Our sprayers work for applying both herbicides and pesticides. As long as you rinse the sprayer tanks out with water before switching chemicals, you should have no problem using them to kill both weeds and bugs.
If you need to treat a larger area, try a backpack or cart sprayer. These can hold several gallons of chemicals and can make the application process much easier. In addition, most of our power and pressure sprayers can be used as a tree sprayer, with the nozzle adjusted to shoot a narrow stream. You can also purchase extenders to reach even higher.
We Only Carry the Best Sprayers
Depending on the size and location of the area being sprayed, the right kind of sprayer can really make a difference in the effectiveness and simplicity of the application. For some people, having a nicer sprayer helps them do a more thorough job, which in turn provides better results. One example of this is weed control, where you have to spray each weed directly and as close to the root as possible. Most of our sprayers have long tubes and wands, which makes them great weed sprayers. You can also buy wand extensions to reach even closer to the ground without bending over as much, which is nice if you have a large yard.
Based on customer feedback, and our own testing, we only carry sprayer brands that pass the test of professional application and durability. We carry brands such as Chapin and B&G sprayers, which have proven to work well, especially for the money.
Types of Chemical Sprayers
We sell several different types of sprayers, including: pump sprayers (pump up sprayers), electric power sprayers (battery powered), backpack sprayers, cart sprayers, hand sprayers, and garden hose end sprayers. We will soon be carrying ATV sprayers as well.
In addition to finding some of the best chemical sprayers on the market, we also carry all the repair and replacement parts you will need to service your sprayers.
We currently carry the following sprayer brand parts: