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  • Portland, OR
    (503) 222-5566
  • Vancouver, WA
    (360) 887-2399

Tough On Pests, Easy On You

Your health and safety is our primary concern

EcoCare is a pest control service that eliminates pests in the most environmentally sensitive manner.

We are tough on pests but easy on what matters most – your family.

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We are Committed to Customer Satisfaction

Brandon was professional and quickly identified both issues. He detailed the steps required to eliminate the rat problem as well as what our expectations should be up to the end of the process.

- Judy T. | Portland, OR

I've used Eco Care before and they are always prompt and professional. Although we did not find signs of pests in the home, which was a relief, they still set outdoor and indoor traps as a precaution.

- John F. | Portland, OR

Super Service Award 11 years in a row!

Angie's List Super Service Award for 2016

Since Angie’s List started in Portland in 2006, we have had the most reviews of any pest control company in our area. Additionally, we are the only company who has won their Super Service Award every year for the last 11 years. It is only presented to the top 5% of companies in any category.

Pest Insurance Program

We offer protection against pests with pest insurance, including seasonal treatments four times a year by one of our experienced technicians. With our pest insurance program, you can save hundreds of dollars over individual service calls to treat new or recurring problems. With regular inspections, we can identify pest problems before they become entrenched.

Norway Rat

Norway Rats

Category: Rodents | Prominent Season(s): Fall/Winter

The two most common Rats in our region are the Norway Rat and the Roof Rat. The Norway Rat, also known as the House Rat, Sewer Rat or Wharf Rat, is the largest of the commensal rodents and the most common Rat in the United States. They not only damage materials by gnawing, they also eat and contaminate stored food, making them an important health concern as well. Despite its name, the Norway Rat is thought to be of Central Asian origin, but they are now found worldwide.