How Termimesh Is Installed
The objective of an effective termite barrier is to prevent concealed termite access from the ground.
Crucial to a successful termite barrier installation is the understanding that termites nest underground which means homes are attacked from the subterranean soil and are generally unseen.
A critical area requiring protection is around service pipes that extend through the concrete slab. Termiflanges are fixed to these pipes before the slab is poured ensuring the mesh imbeds into the concrete and seals the gap between the pipe and the surrounding concrete.
The other critical area to be protected is the perimeter cavity wall of the home where the Termimesh barrier is installed and fixed to the concrete slab with Termiparge.
The Termimesh System termite barrier is designed and installed to prevent concealed entry into the home or building.
To find out more about installing the Termimesh System in your home contact your Local Centre.
Termimesh Accredited Installers
Installations of the Termimesh System can only be undertaken by Accredited and Licensed Installers and we have our own training and licensing program to ensure that installations are always of the highest standard.
There are seven levels of installer accreditation and all installers must pass both theoretical and practical tests at Termimesh training facilities.
Accreditation is valid for two years and each installer must be independently assessed to have their accreditation renewed.
A regular independently assessed quality control program is undertaken of both the licensed outlets and the individual installers to ensure our high standards are maintained.