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Bed Bug Pest Control Products

Don't let the bed bugs ruin your sleep at night. Get the highest quality and most effective bed bug treatment and removal products from our store and quickly eliminate those pernicious pests from your house.Read more

FAQs About Our Bed Bug Products

How do EcoPest Supply Bed Bug Blockers work?

Bed bugs cannot jump or fly and move around only by crawling. Our Bed Bug Blockers are designed with this in mind, using a textured exterior surface to allow bed bugs to easily climb in and a slippery interior reservoir to prevent bed bugs from climbing out. Bed bugs are attracted by the carbon dioxide that humans and animals emit as they sleep at night. Ensure your Bed Bug Blockers are the only path bed bugs can travel through in order to attempt to reach your mattress.

Where do I use bed bug interceptors?

Our traps are primarily designed to catch bed bugs climbing up and down your bed posts. However, the traps can also be used on the legs of sofas, chairs, dressers, drawers, and other furniture. Bed bugs are attracted by carbon dioxide, and, as a result, the traps are typically most effective when placed beneath the legs of beds and furniture occupied by humans while they are sleeping.

What size are the Bed Bug Blockers and will they fit my furniture legs?

We offer our bed bug interceptors in two sizes. Our “Pro” circular traps have an interior diameter (where the furniture leg is placed) of 4 inches. Our larger “XL” rectangular traps have interior dimensions of 7 inches by 5 inches. Both traps have a height of approximately 1 inch.

Will my order arrive in discreet packaging?

Yes, all our products are shipped in unmarked outer packaging in order to ensure your order will arrive discreetly. If you purchase our products on another online marketplace such as Amazon, you may need to specify that you would like them to ship your order in discreet packaging during the checkout process.

Do you offer free shipping?

Yes, free Standard shipping is available on all orders within the United States regardless of quantity or purchase price.  We also offer Expedited and Priority shipping options at an additional charge depending on your location and product selection.

Do I need to add anything to the pitfall trap/well of the bed bug traps?

No, our traps are designed to trap bed bugs without the need for any added substances or powders. However, some customers have found success adding small amounts of Diatomaceous Earth (DE) powder or soapy water to the moat of the trap. However, when adding substances to the traps, it is important to ensure it is done in a very small quantity and only at the bottom of the well in order to avoid creating a means by which trapped bugs may crawl out of the trap.

How often do I need to inspect the Bed Bug Blockers?

We recommend inspecting the interceptors at least weekly. Even if there are no bed bugs in the traps, other debris such as lint and dust can accumulate which can provide bed bugs traction to climb out.

What do I do when I find bed bugs in the interceptors?

If evidence of bed bugs is detected, empty contents into a tightly sealed plastic bag. Ensure the plastic bag is free of tears and holes and dispose of immediately in a trash bin outside your home. See the FAQ below about washing and reusing the traps.

How do I clean and reuse the bed bug traps?

Simply wash any lint, dust, and other debris out of the trap with soap and water.  No special cleaning solution or supplies are necessary. It is important to ensure the traps are dry before placing them back into use.

How long should I keep them on my furniture legs?

Bed bug interceptors are used as both a pre-treatment detection method and a post-treatment monitoring tool. We recommend that you place bed bug interceptors on your furniture legs at the first sign of a possible infestation. They should remain in use post-treatment for up to 3 months to ensure all bed bugs are eliminated and there isn’t a resurgence.

How long does it take for the product to arrive?

Our free, Standard shipping option typically takes around 5 business days. We also offer Expedited and Priority shipping options that take between 2-3 days and 1-2 days, respectively.

Do you offer bed bug inspection, removal or treatment services?

We partner with leading bed bug pest control companies around the United States. Our partners have exceptional customer reviews and offer free estimates, guarantees, and competitive pricing. To see if we have a preferred bed bugs removal pest control service provider in your area, visit our Services page and enter your zip code.

What is your return policy?

If you would like to return your product for any reason, we offer 30-day protection on all orders. Simply contact our dedicated customer service team through the Contact form on our website or by emailing: Our customer service team will provide a return label. Once we receive the returned item, we will issue a full refund for the product less shipping fees.

FAQs About Bed Bugs

Do I need to hire a pest control service provider to treat bed bugs?

If you have an active bed bug infestation, most likely yes. While EcoPest bed bug treatment products provide great solutions for treating early/minor infestations and identifying larger infestations, the most effective way to get rid of a bed bug infestation is to contact pest control professionals. Bed bugs are notoriously difficult to eliminate, and it is important that you contact a reputable extermination company with specialized bed bug experience as soon as you suspect your bed bug infestation is growing out of control. EcoPest Supply partners with top-rated bed bug exterminating companies across the United States. To see if we have a preferred provider in your area, click here and enter your zip code.

What kills bed bugs permanently?

There are a number of pesticides as well as natural sprays that kill bed bugs. While these methods may eliminate visible bed bugs, they aren’t as effective at killing bed bugs that remain hidden in furniture, walls and other common hiding spots. Heat treatment is an effective eradication method that will kill bed bugs that are not visible.

What is the most effective bed bug treatment?

Bed bug treatments will vary widely by size of the infestation, location of the infestation, and preferences of the pest control company and customer. Effective bed bug treatment plans involve a combination of tools all the way from initial inspection to complete eradication. We recommend using EcoPest Supply’s bed bug treatment products as the first step in your treatment plan in order to identify the presence of bed bugs and the severity of your infestation.

What do exterminators do to treat bed bugs?

Exterminators typically have a multi-step approach to treating any bed bug infestation. This begins with an inspection to determine the severity of the infestation and to plan the treatment protocol accordingly. Exterminators will use a combination of treatments including: heat treatment, vacuuming, installing encasements, placing traps and interceptors under and around furniture legs, and using insecticide treatments.

How long does it take to get rid of bed bugs?

The severity of the infestation is the primary determinant in how long it will take to eliminate an infestation. EcoPest Supply treatment products will begin adding a layer of protection to your family and your furniture immediately. This will help you identify whether you have an active bed bug infestation and the severity of an infestation. If professional treatment services are needed, at least two treatments over a minimum of a few weeks are typically required to eliminate bed bugs. However, larger infestations can take numerous follow-up treatments over the course of multiple months.

Where are bed bugs likely to hide?

Bed bugs are known to hide in a variety of places, typically around their food source (namely, sleeping humans or other sources of carbon dioxide). This being the case, bed bugs are most commonly found in and around:

  • Mattresses
  • Box springs
  • Bed frames
  • Head boards
  • Folds of curtains
  • Seams of furniture
  • Electrical outlets and receptacles
  • Clothing drawers
  • Against baseboards
Where do bed bugs most commonly bite humans?

Bed bugs do not target any specific region of the human body but rather are known to bite everywhere and anywhere they can. Bed bugs feed on the blood of both humans and animals and are attracted to the carbon dioxide (CO2) we emit as we breathe at night.

Can bed bugs tolerate cold temperatures?

Yes, bed bugs are quite adaptable pests and can tolerate cold temperatures. Unlike other pests that are more common in some seasons vs. others, bed bugs thrive in all environments as long as they have a blood meal close by.

What are the main causes and sources of bed bug infestations?

Bed bugs are excellent hitchhikers and find their way into homes in a number of ways. The most common two ways bed bugs make their way into homes are (1) by traveling on used furniture that is infested, purchased on the secondary market, and brought into homes, and (2) by traveling in luggage or on clothing that picked up bed bugs in hotels or via public transportation. For more information on how people get bed bugs, visit the article linked here.

Are there any treatment solutions that eliminate bed bugs instantly?

There are a number of spray or aerosol products that are capable of killing individual bed bugs instantly on contact. Unfortunately, however, there is no easy way to immediately eliminate an entire bed bug infestation.

What are common signs of bed bugs?

Bed bugs are nocturnal pests so they are most active at night. They are also quite small so it is not easy to visually spot bed bugs to confirm an infestation. However, some common signs of bed bugs include: skin sheddings, bed bug eggs, fecal spots on bedding and mattresses, and small blood stains on sheets and clothing.

What types of natural treatment products are available for bed bug infestations?

We recommend using a combination of products and solutions for the identification and treatment of bed bugs:

  • Bed bug interceptor traps
  • Bed bug glue traps
  • Bed bug sprays
  • Diatomaceous Earth (DE) powder
  • Mattress encasements
  • Pillow encasements
  • Laundry additive
  • Professional treatment services

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“The Bed Bug Interceptors were so easy to use and I love that there are no chemicals involved! The setup was simple and then nothing more needed to be done.”


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