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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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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.
Read The Latest From Our Blog
It’s that time of year again when our backyard cookouts, pool time, and other summer fun are all threatened by stinging pests. So we’re here to help you get a good idea of how to keep yourself safe, especially in case of a major invasion.read more
The increase of global trade and travel over the last several decades has been overall beneficial but has also has brought unwelcome visitors: Invasive insect species. What insect species are invasive and how do they impact us here in Maryland? Let’s take a look!read more
One pest that’s highly prevalent this time of year is the common fruit fly. You might see them buzzing around your garbage can or if you keep a bowl of fruit on your counter. These tiny nuisances breed extremely fast, especially in warmer weather, and while they are relatively harmless they can still spread bacteria and disease.read more