Bug Box

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about our pro-grade pest control solutions? Buzz around our faqs.

Bug Box Application

Have questions about the application of Bug Box? Buzz around the FAQs or reach out to us directly.

Bug Box is super easy to apply! Your kit will include everything that you need and it only takes a few minutes. Honestly, it couldn’t be easier. Everything can be disposed of when finished (except for the sprayer head and glasses, those you keep).
You can rest easy with our industry proven solution, which is used in schools, hospitals, nursing homes, pet kennels, and supermarkets. All of our products are registered with EPA for use inside and outside of your home. Each shipment will include instructions on how to apply so that you can feel good about using Bug Box around your home. If you have any questions about these instructions, or anything else, we are always here to help.

Your plan will be customized with different professional ingredients to ensure efficacy in both the short term, and the long term.

Yes, you can spray in cracks and crevices around the inside of your home.

With that said, the best way to get rid of pests is to prevent them from getting in your home in the first place by creating a strong barrier around your home.

We highly recommend reapplying Bug Box every 2-3 months in order to keep the barrier around your home active. With the Bug Box subscription, you never have to worry again, we automatically send you a new shipment every 3 months. You'll never forget when to reapply or wonder why the bugs are back!

While application rate can play a factor in the coverage area, Bug Box can typically cover homes of up to 5,000 square feet.

Subscription & Plan

Have questions about subscriptions or the Bug Box guarantee?

We offer (3) different pest control plans, customized to your home and location:

  1. Yearly Subscription (recommended)
  2. Quarterly Subscription
  3. One-time purchase


Although we will be sad to see you go, we make cancelling your subscription easy. Just contact our support team and we’ll get you taken care of without hassle.

We’re so confident that you’re going to love Bug Box that if you’re not completely satisfied with the results or the products we sell, we will do whatever it takes to make it right. Just contact our support team and they will be more than happy to help you - new treatment plan or full refund.

Traditional pest control companies pay their salesmen up to 50% of the contract value. That can be upwards of $300! Plus they need to pay techs, trucks, and office space, all just to spray the same solution we’ll send directly to you.

At Bug Box, we take out the middlemen and put money back into your pocket.

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Bug Box Guarantee

We’re so confident you’ll love it, we guarantee it!

At Bug Box, we are so confident that you are going to love your custom plan, that we offer our own personal guarantee.

Need a replacement? We’ll send it to you.

Need help with application? Talk to one of our pest control specialists for personalized help.

Not happy with the results? We will do whatever it takes to get rid of your pests including sending you a new professional product, video-chatting you with our professionals to diagnose the problem, or even receiving a full refund.

No stress. No hassle. No bugs. That is the Bug Box Guarantee.

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What's Included

DIY Pest Control Like A Pro!

We alternate between the following pesticides for greater efficacy:
Syngenta Demand Duo Insecticide (EPA Reg No. 100-1653)
Control Solutions CSI 16-145 Lambda Cyhalothrin (EPA Reg No. 53883-389)
Bayer Environmental Science Temprid SC-F Insecticide (EPA Reg No. 432-1544)

Bug Box sends out pest control ships on a one-time and quarterly basis to its customers. These shipments include an EPA registered pesticide in the original packaging (based upon location and state requirements), the approved EPA label, and various application equipment. Shipments contain a combination of separately named products shipped to the customer to help control bugs.

Controls household bugs.

Acorn and nut weevils
American cockroach (AKA Palmetto Bug)
American house spider
Antlike flower beetles
Argentine ant
Asparagus beetles
Bald-faced hornet
Bark beetles
Bark-gnawing beetles
Bess beetles
Black house ant
Black widow spider
Blister beetles
Boll weevil
Borer beetles
Boxelder bugs
Branch and twig borers
Brown recluse
Carpenter ants
Carrion beetles
Casebearing leaf beetles
Checkered beetles
Chinch bugs
Click beetles
Cobalt milkweed beetle
Colorado potato beetle
Comb-clawed beetles
Cucumber beetles
Cypress household spiders
Cypress household ants
Daddy long leg spiders
Darkling beetles
Deathwatch beetles

Dermestid beetles
Dogbane beetle
Dung beetle
Eastern hercules beetle
Feather-winged beetles
Flat bark beetles
Flat grain beetles
Flea beetles
Fruitworm beetles
Fungus weevils
Flower chafers
German cockroach
Grain weevil
Ground beetles
Ground digger wasp
Hobo Spider
Harvester ant
Hairy fungus beetles
Hister beetles
Harlequin beetle
Japanese beetle
June beetles
Jumping spiders
Leaf beetles
Leaf-rolling weevils
Lizard beetles
Long-bodied cellar spider
Long-horned beetles
Mud wasp
Metallic wood-boring beetles

Northern paper wasp
Oedemerid beetles
Odorous house ant
Oriental cockroach
Pharaoh’s ant
Pleasing fungus beetles
Plum curculio
Potato beetle
Powderpost beetles
Predaceous diving beetles
Rhinoceros beetles
Rove beetles
Sac Spiders
Sap beetles
Scarab beetles
Shining leaf chafers
Silken fungus beetles
Skin beetles
Small Flying Moths
Soldier beetles
Spider beetles
Stag beetle
Stink Bugs
Sugar ant
Thief ant
Tiger beetles
Tortoise beetles
True weevils
Tumbling flower beetles
Water scavenger beetles
Whirligig beetles
Wolf Spiders