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We offer a variety of plans and services to fit your needs. If you have pests, we can help ease your mind.
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We’ll keep you up to date with the latest news. Sharing advice and solutions for every season to help you prevent outbreaks.
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What kind of bug is that? Ask Erich, our board certified entomologist. He’ll quickly identify your pest and find a solution for your problem.
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Howard County Maryland’s Premier Pest Control Solution

We Service Columbia, Ellicott City, Howard County Maryland and Surrounding Areas

Eco Care is backed by scientific understanding and 60+ years of experience

Once they’re dug in, pests in your home are tough to root out. To get the job done right, you have to know how they feed, reproduce and control them where they live.

To manage pests correctly, You have to understand them. We do!

Helping Maryland Families For Over 19 Years

We are family owned and operated, based in Howard County. Our service area extends throughout Maryland including: Baltimore, Laurel, Ellicott City, Glenelg, Glenwood, Columbia, Catonsville, Mt. Airy, Woodbine, Sykesville, Woodstock and surrounding areas.

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Call Us Now For Service

Whether you are confronting the re-emergence of last year’s Stink Bug invasion, the annual march of the common Odorous House Ants, or your home is at risk from Termites or Carpenter Bees, give us a call at 410.465.3709.

Our services are environmentally responsible. The EcoCare team has one of the very few board certified urban/structural entomologist in the area and that means you have science on your side.

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The Good, The Bad, The Ugly About Beetles

Here at EcoCare we love The Beatles! Yes, we know that’s the world famous British pop band. But we’re also interested in beetles. You know, the kind creep crawly kind. June 25th is actually Global Beatles Day, and we thought it’d be a good time to discuss some of the 115 beetle species you might see in Maryland, which ones are good, which ones are bad, and which ones are just plain ugly.

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What to Plant to Attract Good Bugs

We spend a lot of time thinking and talking about insects that are dangerous or at least a nuisance, but there are actually a few good bugs to have around! There are many insects that help control the populations of other insects, and since May is a great time to do some planting, here are a few things you can put in your garden or around your house to attract the good bug.

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