13 Best Pest Control Foggers

List Updated April 2020

Bestselling Pest Control Foggers in 2020


Hot Shot Indoor Fogger With Odor Neutralizer, 4/2-Ounce

Hot Shot Indoor Fogger With Odor Neutralizer, 4/2-Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • KILLS ON CONTACT: Hot Shot Fogger With Odor Neutralizer kills on contact and controls heavy infestations - and keeps killing for up to 2 months.
  • KILLS HIDDEN BUGS: Creates a fine, penetrating mist that reaches deep into cracks and crevices to kill the bugs you see and kill the bugs you don't see.
  • WHERE TO USE: Use in enclosed spaces such as apartments, attics, basements, barns, boat cabins, cabins, campers, crawl spaces, garages, homes, households, sheds, storage areas and trailers.
  • NON-STAINING: This clear, non-staining formula won't leave a wet, messy residue.
  • EACH CAN COVERS 2,000 CU FT: Treats 2,000 cubic feet of unobstructed space (15.5 feet x 16 feet x 8-foot ceiling) - in rooms smaller than 5 feet x 5 feet, allow fog to enter from other rooms.

Smith Performance Sprayers Professional Pest Control Electric Cold Fogger

Smith Performance Sprayers Professional Pest Control Electric Cold Fogger
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Cold fogger ideal for topical use
  • Flexible hose to help reach into confined spaces
  • Nozzle changes from light mists to heavy coatings
  • Comfortable carry handle and integrated hose storage
  • Utilizes a 110V power supply

Hot Shot 96181 Indoor Pest Control Fogger, 4-Count Bonus Size Style: Single Pack, Model: HG-96181, Home/Garden & Outdoor Store

Hot Shot 96181 Indoor Pest Control Fogger, 4-Count Bonus Size Style: Single Pack, Model: HG-96181, Home/Garden & Outdoor Store
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

Wondercide Natural Indoor Pest Control Home and Patio Spray 32 oz Cedar

Wondercide Natural Indoor Pest Control Home and Patio Spray 32 oz Cedar
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • KILLS AND REPELS OVER 100 HOME-INVADING PESTS including ants, roaches, spiders, moths, flies, mosquitoes, scorpions, wasps, silverfish, earwigs, fleas, ticks, mites, and more.
  • WORKS FAST WITHOUT TOXIC CHEMICALS. KID-SAFE & MOM-APPROVED. Contains NO pyrethrins, pyrethroids or permethrins. Safe for use in kitchens and around food prep - made with natural, food-grade ingredients. Spray & play with no wait time!
  • NON-STAINING, Spray around perimeter of home, around doors, on baseboards, carpet, furniture, pet bedding, and mattresses. Spray on fabrics, flooring and furniture to kill the full pest life cycle. 32 oz treats 400 sq ft or the perimeter of a 2,000 sq foot home.
  • ORGANIC & AROMATHERAPEUTIC. Made with organic essential oil. Cedar is naturally calming, soothing and comforting. It's great at bedtime!
  • 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Naturally-derived, non-toxic, biopesticide pest control spray backed by our money-back happiness guarantee. Made in the USA and never tested on animals!

[2018 UPGRADED] Ultrasonic Pest Control Repeller - Electronic Pest Repellent Plug In for Insect, Mice, Rats, Spiders, Fleas, Roaches, Bed Bugs, Mosquitoes, Eco-Friendly, Human & Pet Safe (6 Pack)

[2018 UPGRADED] Ultrasonic Pest Control Repeller - Electronic Pest Repellent Plug In for Insect, Mice, Rats, Spiders, Fleas, Roaches, Bed Bugs, Mosquitoes, Eco-Friendly, Human & Pet Safe (6 Pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • ADVANCED PEST CONTROL TECHNOLOGY: Bos Ultrasonic pest control repeller repels pest and mice with the ultrasonic and electromagnetic waves by attacking their nerves system, which makes them extremely uncomfortable. It only needs three weeks, get rid of bed bugs, fruit flies, rats, mosquitoes, spiders, cockroaches and so on, none are immune! No longer scaring mice!
  • KEEP HUMANS & PETS SAFE: The ultrasonic pest repeller device is only audible to pests such as mice. Humans and pets won't hear anything, and no harm to pregnant women and children. But if you keep hamster as a pet in your home, do not use this pest control repeller.
  • EASY TO USE: Just plug the pest control repeller into the socket. Please make sure to install it vertically 80-120cm away from the floor for the best effect. And make sure there are no sound absorbing barriers like curtains or cabinets covering in front of the repeller. Then we can say goodbye to pest and mice!
  • UNBELIEVABLE EFFECTIVE COVERAGE: The ultrasonic pest control repeller is effective in an indoor area up to 1600 sq. ft. To receive the most effect, we recommend you to purchase one for each room because the ultrasound cannot penetrate walls and solid objects. No mice can escape our ultrasonic waves.
  • HIGH COST-EFFECTIVE: The Pest Repeller should work for 24 hours to achieve an all-round protection. The power consumption of each device is only about 0.096 Kwh/day! Compared to an expensive exterminating company, it's cheaper and a longer-lasting way to repel pest and mice.

Durvet 011-1135 No-Bite Multi-Pest Indoor Fogger (3 Pack), 6 oz

Durvet 011-1135 No-Bite Multi-Pest Indoor Fogger (3 Pack), 6 oz
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • For use in homes attics basements garages apartments household storage areas kennels boats horse stables and more
  • Combines three insecticides that kill a wide range of fleas ticks larvae and other insects
  • One 6 Ounce fogger can treat up to 6000 cubic feet of unobstructed area which equals a 30x35 foot room with 8 foot ceiling
  • Kills on contact
  • Water-based formula - no unpleasant odor

Ever Pest Pest Repellent

Ever Pest Pest Repellent
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Hot Shot No-Mess! Fogger With Odor Neutralizer, 3/1.2-Ounce

Hot Shot No-Mess! Fogger With Odor Neutralizer, 3/1.2-Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • KILLS ON CONTACT: Hot Shot No-Mess! Fogger With Odor Neutralizer kills on contact - and keeps killing for up to 6 weeks.
  • KILLS HIDDEN BUGS: Creates a fine, penetrating mist that reaches deep into cracks and crevices to kill the bugs you see and kill the bugs you don't see.
  • NO NEED TO TURN OFF PILOT LIGHTS: Deeper-reaching, dry fog technology.
  • WHERE TO USE: Use in enclosed spaces such as apartments, attics, basements, barns, boat cabins, cabins, campers, crawl spaces, garages, homes, households, sheds, storage areas and trailers.
  • NON-STAINING: This non-staining, odorless formula won't leave a messy residue.

Big D BGD 341 5 oz Odor Control Fogger Aerosol

Big D BGD 341 5 oz Odor Control Fogger Aerosol
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Manufacturer: BGD341

Cutter Backyard Bug Control Outdoor Fogger, 2/16-Ounce

Cutter Backyard Bug Control Outdoor Fogger, 2/16-Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • KILLS MOSQUITOES ON CONTACT: Spray areas infested with annoying flying insects.
  • PERFECT FOR BACKYARDS, DECKS, PATIOS AND PICNIC AREAS: Enjoy your outdoor spaces in comfort.
  • ALSO KILLS OTHER ANNOYING FLYING INSECTS: Kills gnats, flies, wasps, flying moths and ants (except carpenter, fire, pharaoh and harvester ants).
  • COVERAGE: Treats up to 1,200 cu ft (an area 8 feet x 10 feet x 15 feet).
  • REAPPLY AS NEEDED: Treat as necessary, but no more than once per day.

Cutter Backyard Bug Control Outdoor Fogger, 2/16-Ounce

Cutter Backyard Bug Control Outdoor Fogger, 2/16-Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • KILLS MOSQUITOES ON CONTACT: Spray areas infested with annoying flying insects.
  • PERFECT FOR BACKYARDS, DECKS, PATIOS AND PICNIC AREAS: Enjoy your outdoor spaces in comfort.
  • ALSO KILLS OTHER ANNOYING FLYING INSECTS: Kills gnats, flies, wasps, flying moths and ants (except carpenter, fire, pharaoh and harvester ants).
  • COVERAGE: Treats up to 1,200 cu ft (an area 8 feet x 10 feet x 15 feet).
  • REAPPLY AS NEEDED: Treat as necessary, but no more than once per day.

Smith Performance Sprayers Professional Pest Control Electric Thermal Fogger

Smith Performance Sprayers Professional Pest Control Electric Thermal Fogger
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • The same effective system used by professionals to kill mosquitoes that may carry the West Nile virus.
  • Professionally kill and repel pests for up to 6 hours
  • Specially designed heating element to propel fog instantly when reaching adjusted temperature
  • For thermal fogging only use products formulated specifically for thermal fogging: oil or water-based solutions containing propylene glycol oils
  • Utilizes a 110V power supply

Black Flag Concentrated Fogger, 6/1.25-Ounce, 4-Pack

Black Flag Concentrated Fogger, 6/1.25-Ounce, 4-Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • KILLS BY CONTACT: Controls a variety of household pests, including roaches, ants (except fire, carpenter, harvester and pharaoh ants), fleas, spiders (except brown recluse), mosquitoes, silverfish, brown dog ticks, houseflies and more as listed.
  • EACH CAN TREATS UP TO 2,000 CUBIC FEET: Use one can to treat a room approximately 15.5 feet by 16 feet with an 8-foot ceiling.
  • DUAL ACTION: Kills insects and leaves a fresh scent.
  • USE INDOORS: Treat in apartments, homes, attics, basements, garages, and household storage areas.
  • GUARANTEED: Guaranteed to work or your money back. See product label for details.

I HAVE TERMITES!: Choosing a Pest Control Provider

Springtime brings homeowners concern about the dreaded termite. Sadly the company they hire can cause even greater stress for the homeowner. There are four things every homeowner should know before hiring a pest control provider.

For much of the southern and east coast of the nation, March brings warm weather, longer days and those dreaded words, "I have termites." So what does the homeowner do now? Simple, they call a local pest control company. But if the desperate homeowner is not careful this phone call may have just made their problem bigger.

For almost twenty years, each February/March I have gathered in the meeting rooms of pest control companies to plan for what is commonly referred to as "Swarm Season". When all the conditions are just right, this pesky wood eating insect begins to propagate their colony by sending reproductive termites, or alates, out into the world. The termites swarm from their castles in incredible numbers, quickly falling to the ground, dropping their wings and begin looking for a mate. If this happens on the exterior of your home it is unlikely that you would ever notice it. But when it happens inside, in your kitchen or the master bath, the overwhelming fear of termites destroying your home or business crowds in with the same explosiveness of the Termite Swarm. Pest control operators greedily anticipate this biological and psychological event every spring. Knowledge that the phone will ring and monies brought in wets the appetite of owners and technicians alike. Now there is nothing wrong with this, providing protection for your homes is how these businesses prosper. But for the homeowner knowing how to choose the right company can be critical.

Termite treatment options have evolved greatly over the last 10-15 years. The products, termiticides, have increased in efficiency while decreasing the negative impacts to the environment and health of the applicator and homeowners alike. The average cost of treating a home has actually come down, almost on an annual basis over the last 10 years. This being a direct result of less labor and less chemical required in protecting the home. The invasive treatments that included drilling many holes in your home and applying hundreds of gallons of smelly chemicals are all but gone. There are a handful of single-operators that have a hard time adjusting to the new sciences. They are easy to recognize by the nervous twitches caused by chronic exposure to unneeded and outdated pesticides.

If you think you have termites the first thing to do is shop smartly for a company that can meet your needs. Initially call at least 2 different companies to schedule and inspection and provide you with a written estimate. Calling a third company can mean surrendering some of your own precious time, but if you can afford the time, a third is certainly recommended. Below is a list of what you should expect from the inspectors. Don't waiver on these; the list is not lengthy and definitely not unreasonable to demand from the company of your choosing. The cost of treating your home will vary from region to region, but within your own community the quotes you receive should be with 3-5% of each other as long as you are comparing apples to apples. Throw out the high and the low; pest control companies spend time and money knowing what their competitors are charging and what the market is bearing. So if someone's quote is too low or too high when compared to the others you can bet that they haven't done the research needed to run a successful business. Do you want them "protecting" your home?

The Inspection-A good inspector will take his time learning your home. An inspection on a 2000 square foot home built on a slab should take about an hour. If you live on a crawl space (pier and beam) home, the inspection could require an additional hour depending of the accessibility of the crawl space. If the inspector does not get into the crawl space, all the way, (not just his head) thank him for his time and move on. The same rule applies for the attic, especially if you live in a region that is susceptible to drywood termites.

The Report-The inspector will provide you with a written report that includes a graph of the home. If his drawing appears to be done in haste and without the aid of a straight edge, move on to the next inspector. The graph of your home is how the inspector communicates with the technician that will ultimately treat your home. It should look professional and include every treatment specification that the inspector promises you they will do. The graph of your home tells a story, make sure it is a not a fairy tell.

The Proposal-Many states dictate by regulation what is required to be included in the proposal, such as the chemicals that will be used, cost of treatment and future renewal costs. Also and just as important, the length and conditions of the warranty must be clearly communicated to the consumer. This is where it is most important for you to ask questions. Chemicals and methods of treatment are very similar from company to company; we all go to the same trade shows and buy from the same distributors. But when it comes to how a company responds to a warranty situation there should be no uncertainties. A good warranty is only good when its design is responsive and written to ensure a long time relationship between consumer and provider. Ask the inspector what happens if the termites come back. After he answers ask him to show you on the Agreement where it states that, be sure it reads the same as what he has told you. Also ask what happens if damage occurs to your home as a result of a re-infestation. Wait for his answer and again ask him to show you where it is written on the Agreement. Most good companies offer some type of Damage Repair Warranty; you do not need to settle for less than that. The construction of your home may dictate the level of restitution, but this too should be very clear in the Agreement.

Last but not least, if the inspector urges your decision to be made quickly because of possible termite damage, invite him or her to quickly leave your home. First, termites are slow eaters; your home is not going to suddenly collapse. Second, the inspector is probably not qualified to assess any structural damage that may already exist. If he shows concern in this area then the professional course would be for the inspector to recommend a structural engineer be called. And third, rushing you to make a decision shows little respect for your time. Ask yourself what else does he disrespect?

I hope you didn't, but if you do or have seen these swarming pests this season keep in mind that the only person that really wants to protect your home is you. For all the others it is how they make a living, the strength of what they provide is in the paper they want you sign…READ IT.

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