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After all, we have over 39 years of experience providing expert-level pest control. Founded and managed by a board-certified entomologist (in other words, a bug expert), we apply a science-backed approach to get rid of termites, ants, wasps, mosquitos, mice and whatever other pests might be bugging you.
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Eco Care is backed by scientific understanding and 39+ years of experience
Termites, ants, bees, mosquitos, mice and more. No matter what type of insect or wildlife pest you have, we can help. We’re here to present you with the best treatment options so you can make an informed decision.
We have over 39 years of experience backed by scientific training. With one of the region’s only board-certified entomologists, we understand bugs better than anyone else. Our knowledge and training ensures we take care of your problem quickly and effectively.
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With the nicer weather upon us, it feels great to be able to spend more time outside. But when we do, there’s always a chance we’ll unintentionally bring some unwanted guests into our house with us. Like most insects, spring is the time when fleas and ticks become extremely active. What’s worse, once they’re in your home, they can be particularly tricky to get rid of. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to prevent them from getting in.
Ants are one of the more common home invaders in spring. Looking for new food and water sources, your home is an easy target for these quickly spreading nuisances. Ants are explorers and can easily get in through cracks, gaps, and other openings. And once they’ve found something they like, they create a scent trail that can attract other members of their colony.
As soon as the weather gets warmer and the ground begins to heat, termites like to come out of their winter hiding places searching for food, water, a new place to colonize, and probably a mate. Here are a few tips to ensure you survive the spring swarming season!