Glen Burnie is both the largest and most populous city in Anne Arundel county. It is home to one of the very first Shopping Malls in America. Harundale Mall. It is also home to the North Anne Arundel Hospital and the North Arundel Aquatic Center. Glen Burnie is a suburb of Baltimore just a 5-minute drive to Downtown and the inner Harbor. Glen Burnie is a mixture of vast residential, commercial and residential areas along the waterfront. With this comes a wide selection of pests including cockroaches, bedbugs, spiders, and more, many of these pests are a danger to you and especially children.
As a locally owned pest control company we know the pest of Glen Burnie and their habits. We know that in Glen Burnie you want fast, convenient, effective, and affordable pest control with a guarantee. With Old Bay pest control you will get all 4 in one company. We will custom design a solution based on your family, location age of home, and many other factors. Our service will be performed with the newest most effective methods using environmentally safe products to keep you, your family, pets, and the environment safe. And we will do this all at prices that are affordable to everyone. Call Old Bay today and your home will be pest-free and stress-free today.
Remove rodents and prevent their return.
Don’t let mosquitoes invade your home.
Remove wildlife and keep them out.
Keep your furniture free of bed bugs.
Ryan was very informative before starting the job. He always kept us in the loop, he was compassionate and understood what we were going through. He always followed up and made sure things were good with the service he performed. I would highly recommend working with him if you are looking for the best pest control.
D Sawyer – Glen Burnie, MD
Old Pest Control has been wonderful. Ryan is prompt and responsive and uses pet friendly material which is so important when you have an animal. We get quarterly treatments and they started treating our home for mosquitoes this summer and the difference was REMARKABLE. We were able to sit outside and enjoy the weather without being bitten up. Would absolutely recommend this company for your pest control needs.
Megan H. – Severn, MD
Ryan took care of our issue on his first visit. Although no more issues, we’ve had him visit a couple times since to maintain the protection. Very courteous, prompt and professional. I would highly recommend him.
William Bullies. – Glen Burnie, MD
With its vast area, waterfront and industrial parks Glen Burnie is home to gophers, raccoons, opossum. Groundhog and the occasional fox or coyote. The carry virus, disease, rabies and are very dangerous to you and your children. Please leave this to a local trained wildlife expert such as old bay pest control. We will humanely remove all your wildlife and prevent there return thru exclusion work to ensure peace of mind for you and your family. You need Fast, effective solution for you Glen Burnie home.
Glen Burnie residents love their homes and want to maintain them. That’s why we offer a variety of maintenance programs to keep you pest free 365 days a year. Our maintenance programs are custom designed to combat YOUR pests in your home. No cookie cutter programs, a program custom designed for your pest and your home and are available monthly and quarterly. If a pest should appear between your regularly scheduled services just give us a call. We will be right out, free of charge. Call today to be pest free and stress free tomorrow and every day.
Do not tolerate sharing your home and even your food with rodents. Rodents spread disease while eating leftovers and snack that are left out and thru their droppings. Mice, rats and squirrels can also do extensive damage to your Glen Burnie home as they chew wires, baseboards and furniture. Rodents multiply very quickly making it critical to act as soon as you suspect they are in your home. Old Bay Pest Control will do a complete inspection of your Glen Burnie property finding the rodents point of entry. Using the safest methods possible we will not only remove the rodents but with our exclusion work will prevent their return. No one should have to share their home with rodents.
Glen Burnie is a city in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States. It is a suburb of Baltimore. Glen Burnie is in the northern part of Anne Arundel County, where the Patapsco River meets the Chesapeake Bay. It is about 7 miles north of Annapolis and 21 miles south of Baltimore. It is bordered by Linthicum to the west, Baltimore-Washington International Airport to the north, Ferndale to the east, and Severn to the south.
The city of Glen Burnie got its name from Elias Glenn, who established a county seat near what is now Harlem Park in Baltimore City in 1812. He named his property “Glennsburne,” which was eventually changed to “Glenburnie” as it was passed down through his descendants. In 1830, the post office opened, and the community was renamed “Glen Burnie” by postmaster postmaster Louis J. DeAlba. Glen Burnie was incorporated into a city in 1975.
Glen Burnie was originally a farming community. The main crops were tobacco, corn, and wheat. The first industry in Glen Burnie was a grist mill, which was built in 1810. The mill was powered by a stream that ran through the property. The town’s original boundaries were only one square mile in size.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has now grown to a total area of 15 square miles, of which 14.6 square miles is land and 0.4 (2.93%) is water. The population of Glen Burnie was 67,639 at the 2010 census. Glen Burnie is mostly residential, with a small town center that includes a historic district with two museums, the Heritage Museum and the Railroad Museum. The Glen Burnie Town Center also has a number of shops and restaurants. Glen Burnie is also a convenient location for commuters, as it is located just outside of Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Some of the most popular things to do in Glen Burnie include going to the movies, shopping, and visiting one of the many parks or recreation areas. There are also a number of historical sites and museums in the area, and various fairs and festivals held throughout the year.
Glen Burnie is the home of North County High School, which is one of the oldest public high schools in continuous operation in Maryland. The school’s first graduating class was in 1924. The school mascot is the Gopher. Glen Burnie is also home to Maryland’s first and oldest continuously operating drive-in movie theater, The Bengies Drive-In Theatre. Glen Burnie is home to the Glen Burnie Carnival, the oldest continuously-running carnival in Maryland. The carnival is held every year in June, and features rides, games, food, and entertainment.
The Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad Museum is also located in Glen Burnie. The museum is housed in the former B&O Railroad Station, which was built in 1887. The station is on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum has a collection of artifacts from the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad, which operated from 1884 to 1958.
Glen Burnie Park is a large public park located in the southern part of the CDP. The park contains a playground, picnic pavilions, a basketball court, a softball field, and a nature trail. Sawmill Creek flows through the park.
Glen Burnie is a great place to live and raise a family with something for everyone from boating and fishing to great youth sports programs and the arts.