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Services offered:

      • General Pest Control:  Relax and be free of spiders, get rid of scorpions and centipedes, find no more roaches and ants! Eliminate and prevent rodent infestations.
      • Termite Inspections and Treatments: Learn how protect your home from termites from our expert team and keep clear of termite damage.
      • Lawn, Ornamental and Tree Services
      • Urban Wildlife Control:  (trapping, removal) What creature do you hear in your attic?
      • Mister SystemsAutomated Outdoor Insect Control Systems – for control of spiders, mosquitoes, wasps, gnats, flies, & midge. Click here for a brochure
      • Tawny Crazy Ant Management– Learn about managing central Texas’ latest pest that is tiny in size but able to create big trouble for residents by their sheer numbers.

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    • At Assassin Pest Control, Inc., quality is our business.
    • We are a professional, dedicated, and conscientious company.
    • We take our time and pay close attention to detail so that you can be certain that you have received the best service possible.
    • We will send a professional service technician to inspect and thoroughly treat your home.
    • Our technicians can help you identify your pest problems and control them using an Integrated Pest Management approach. They are friendly, knowledgeable and always eager to answer your questions. You can feel secure with our technicians in your home as they have all passed security background checks.
    • Our solid reputation is built on an outstanding customer satisfaction record.

Our commercial and residential pest control service area extends from Austin to Kingsland along the State Highway 71 corridor. Click here for a map of our area. We concentrate primarily in the Spicewood and Bee Cave communities; which includes Lakeway and other neighborhoods off of Bee Cave Road and Highway 620.

Call us at 512-264-1760 to find out if you are in our immediate or extended service area.

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Rasberry Crazy Ants Managed by Harvey Jacks of Assassin Pest Control In Briarcliff

assassin pest control rasberry ant or tawny cray antHarvey Jacks, owner of Assassin Pest Control, was interviewed by the Austin American Statesman after finding and treating the first Travis County case of Tawny Crazy Ants or “Rasberry Crazy Ants” in Spicewood near Lake Travis.

This newer tiny ant in town has power in numbers-sometimes millions in a grouping! They arrive and fire ants start disappearing.The ant is about 0.125 in (3.2 mm) long and thus smaller than the red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta. It is covered with reddish-brown hairs. The colonies live under stones or piles -have no centralized nests, beds, or mounds- and have multiple queens. It also doesn’t sting or bite.

Crazy ants demand immediate treatment because of:

  • the numbers of ants involved
  • their love of electricity
  • their attraction to human and pet food
  • difficulties in managing them.

Call Assassin Pest Control to get expert help to control crazy ants 512-264-1760.

Here is an excerpt from the April 2012 article:

The ants were first sighted locally when a homeowner found them at a condominium complex in the Briarcliff area on Lake Travis in November, said Harvey Jacks, who has owned a local, family-operated extermination company called Assassin Pest Control for 28 years.

“There were hundreds just covering the floor, and after we cleaned them up more of them just came back in,” Jacks said.

He said he found out that the insects were crazy ants after sending a specimen to an entomology laboratory at Texas A&M.

Now he’s treating three of the units monthly with pesticides and trying to get the rest of the neighbors involved, Jacks said. “There’s no eradication for them; only control,” he said.

Read more about crazy ants here at  the AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN article.