The Termimesh System
There are many termite protection options for building projects out there, none of them are of the same quality and specifications.
You only get one opportunity to choose your termite protection barrier system, which means choosing our proven, no-kill, non-poisonous pre-construction termite barrier will be the greatest decision you can make when constructing your new building project.
The purpose of a termite management system is to prevent hidden termite entry and reduce the risk of a disastrous termite infestation, so it is imperative that you select the safest option. In our opinion, and many of our clients, that means the Termimesh System.
How is Termimesh Installed?
Our effective proprietary termite barrier system is designed to prevent concealed termite access from the ground.
It is vitally important for a successful termite barrier installation to have an understanding that termites live underground and can infest buildings from the soil at any time and are generally unnoticed.
Our termite barrier is customized by our experienced architects and are installed by our accredited technicians to block this concealed entry into your building.
A critical area requiring termite protection is around service pipes or clusters that extend through concrete slabs and walls. Termi-flanges are fixed to these pipes and then the concrete is poured, making sure that the mesh barrier is embedded into the concrete and sealed, protecting the gap between the pipe and the surrounding concrete.
Other critical areas to be protected are the building's perimeter, planters & substantial landscape areas adjacent to buildings, and all necessary construction, isolation & expansion joints.
An architectural-scaled shop drawing plan should be submitted for the installation of the proposed bespoke termite protection system.
The installation of a physical barrier is extremely technical and this is where we thrive.
We know that construction methods are very complex and building sizes and difficulties are common on any project.
For us to provide you with an effective termite management system our understanding of construction design, detail and processes are crucial.
Our architects are highly experienced at working alongside our accredited technicians and installers giving you a sought after experience from start to finish.
How Does Termimesh Work?
The Termimesh System is a proprietary stainless steel mesh physical termite barrier that does NOT include any “Poisons” during or after the construction of the building for protection against termite infestation.
The Termimesh System does NOT spray poisons into the soil beneath the building slabs.
Our installation of Termimesh barrier does NOT require any government department approval, therefore, speeding up the building process.
Our Termimesh Protection barrier is an amazing ultra marine grade TMA725 stainless steel mesh, functioning as the long term protection barrier which will keep termites away from any building.
The Termimesh System is professionally crafted by our highly skilled team of architects to stop all the hidden ways in which termites can enter any building .
The Termimesh protection barrier is installed at any required location where the termites can gain access into the building.
Our research has shown that termite entries occur at the following places:
Cold Joints, Control Joints, Isolation Joints and Expansion Joints
Around pipes that pass through the concrete slabs & walls
Can the Termimesh System be partially installed into a premises?
The short answer is no. Here is why:
The Termimesh System is an integrated system that only works well when ALL potential points of entry are protected. For example, take the setting of a commercial office. If the Termimesh System is installed from the ground floor up, everything below ground is fair play for the termites, which has now provided them with the internal entry points. YOU have now wasted your money, and have jeopardised your building.
Even something as small as a single rooftop planter box can be an access point if not treated with upmost care. That 1m Square of dirt can be the future home of a termite colony.