Boxelder Bug Control
Adult box elder bugs will enter structures in the fall, looking for a place to spend the winter. They will usually seek shelter in and around houses and other buildings often gaining entry through cracks and crevices in walls, doors, under windows and around foundations, particularly on south and west exposures.
Once box elder bugs become established in the home, there are fewer treatment options available. PREVENTION by spraying the outside walls of the structure during the early fall months yields the best results.
Recommended insecticides for Boxelder Prevention:
$39.52 As low as: $39.21
Spectre 2 SC, with Chlorfenpyr 21.45%, may be compared to the popular non-repellent Phantom Insecticide, but more economical. As a non-repellent insecticide, Spectre 2 SC is not detectable to the insects (so the insects do not avoid it). It is a very low odor (almost odorless) and a long-lasting residual insecticide. It will kill many types of ants (see label), bed bugs, grain beetles, boxelder bugs, house crickets, roaches, spiders, scorpions and more. As these pest come in contact with it, they share it with other insects, spreading it to those that have not come in contact with it.Learn More
Starting at: $28.21
Cyzmic CS(Compare to Demand CS ) micro encapsulated insecticide combines the extended control of a microencapsulated formulation with a powerful knock-down effect providing long lasting control. Cyzmic CS is a controlled release insecticide with little to no odor. Cyzmic CS has reduced applicator exposure.Learn More
Starting at: $49.50
Onslaught Time Release Insecticide
Onslaught is a microencapsulated esfenvalerate insecticide. Since Onslaught is encapsulated, it lasts longer against the pests that you want to control. It has controlled release technology that provides longer-lasting residual control. Controlled released formulations release the active ingredient slowly over time.
Onslaught Microencapsulated Insecticide consistently delivers fast knockdown and kill of the toughest insects, with cost-effective residual control. If you can only have one liquid insecticide Onslaught is the choice.Learn More