Termi Home & Commercial (Macquarie Valley) proudly supplies termite control systems for new home and commercial construction.
The Termimesh System is our proven stainless steel and poison-free termite control barrier for any type of new home or building. Backed by our exclusive Pledge No Dollar limit guarantee, the Termimesh System has been the preferred termite control method for many of Australia’s leading builders and architects for over 20 years. Only the Termimesh barrier uses superior durable TMA 725 grade stainless steel. Our track record in over 400,000 installations means peace of mind for homeowners and builders.
Termi Home & Commercial (Macquarie Valley) is owned and operated by Andrew and Jenny Murphy. Andrew is a qualified Termimesh installer and Termitrust pest technician who is actively involved with installations and supervision of sites. He and his team have an outstanding relationship with builders and on-site trades.
This family run business has qualified and experienced installers based in Dubbo and Bathurst who provide coverage of the eastern region. The installers combined have over 20 years’ experience in the installation of the Termimesh termite barrier.
During the time the business has been operating, thousands of new homes in the Macquarie Valley area have been protected from termites by the Termimesh termite control barrier.
Andrew prides himself in providing efficient coverage across the Macquarie Valley region and can service: Lithgow, Bathurst, Orange, Cowra, Dubbo, Broken Hill, Lightning Ridge, Bourke and everywhere in between. Our manager in the Central West, Mal Thaw, is a licensed pest controller who specialises in termite protection barriers. Mal can provide obligation free quotes for the Termimesh System in West Wyalong, Griffith and Surrounding areas.
Andrew and Jenny are actively involved the local community and sponsor the Orana Swimming Club – Annual Swim Meet and the Dubbo Clay Target Association – annual Golden Fox Championship Shoot.
On a personal note Andrew participated in the 2012 WomDomNom 4 day paddle from Wellington to Narromine along the Macquarie River. This is an annual charity event with all money raised going to Muscular Dystrophy Foundation Australia.