Ticks

Ticks

Do you like spending time outside in the spring and summer? While these warmer seasons are a great time for you and your family members to enjoy the outdoors, ticks will be there too, hiding in the foliage of your garden and ready for a bite.

Why should you be worried about ticks? Ticks are responsible for the transmission of many diseases to both humans and animals. Out of all the arthropods, ticks spread the widest array of disease-causing organisms. When ticks feed on human blood they are capable of transmitting serious tick-borne diseases including Queensland tick typhus, Flinders Island spotted fever and Lyme disease.

Ticks are ectoparasites that live on the blood of mammals, including humans.

Call to kil on 1300 307 825 to discuss our range of tick control solutions.