ZappBug Room

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The ZappBug Room™ is a bed bug heat treatment chamber that uses a thermal chamber to exterminate bed bugs. The ZappBug Room™ has the largest capacity of any portable bed bug heating system available on the market today. Measuring at 80" x 111"x 57.5"! You can immediately start treatment with our all natural bed bug heating system. There is no need to pretreat infested items with bed bug sprays, powders or other harmful pesticides. The ZappBug Room™ kills 100% of all bed bugs, in all life stages, including eggs, nymphs and adults as a non-toxic and all natural bed bug killer.

This product is not eligible for returns, but is covered by our 1 year warranty.

The Zappbug Room™ is large enough to heat treat bed bug infested:

  • couches
  • mattress
  • tables
  • chairs
  • shoes
  • books
  • files
  • papers
  • clothes
  • bedding
  • electronics
  • and much more

This large bed bug heater lets you heat treat more items at once, thus reducing your time spent killing bed bugs. Easily transport and store the ZappBug Room™ with the included carry bags.

The temperature typically ranges between 120 F and 155 F, which will kill all bed bugs and is safe for most belongings. The heaters are designed with safety in mind and have a tip-over safety feature. The ZappBug Room™ is designed to operate in residential or commercial locations using four separate 120v, 1500w power sources, and comes with included extension cords. The ZappBug Room™ is extremely easy to use. One person can assemble the Room in less than 10 minutes.

Operate the Room unattended with included timers that automatically shut off. Also included is a wireless digital thermometer with three wireless probes to ensure that temperatures reach above 120 F in your items (bed bugs die rapidly at 120 F and above.)