If you have a pest problem, we’re the people to call
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.
All our technicians receive in-depth hands-on training from our entomologist. So you get the best pest control service possible all at an affordable price.
Howard County’s Top Pest Control Company
We’re the first choice for pest control for residents in Columbia, Ellicott City, all of Howard County, and throughout Central Maryland.
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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One of the more annoying—and sometimes destructive—summer pests you may encounter during Maryland’s hot and humid summers is beetles. That’s a rather broad category for many different critters, some of which are perfectly friendly, others of which are not. Let’s take a closer look at each of these so you can be on the lookout should they invade your home.
Termites are among the most harmful insects known to humankind. Not because they can hurt us, but because they do billions of dollars in damage each year. Unfortunately for those of us in central Maryland, the Eastern Subterranean Termite is common in our region. This destructive critter is responsible for a shocking 80 percent of all termite control costs in the U.S.
Spring 2021 is an exciting year for entomologists and bug lovers alike, as Brood X periodical cicadas are set to emerge after being underground for 17 years.