Around the world, the integrity of the Termimesh System has been demonstrated on major commercial projects from schools and hospitals, to residential apartments and retirement villages. We urge architects and commercial builders to increase their understanding of materials, manufacture and guarantees so they can make the most informed decisions.
We invented the stainless steel mesh termite barrier and we see it as our responsibility to help architects and builders understand these products and the key factors that provide genuine protection.
The proof in the capacity of our system lies in our unmatched history of commercial construction projects. The Termimesh System delivers lasting protection in challenging termite environments from Australia and South East Asia, to the USA and Europe. Some of our projects include:
Changi International Airport Changi Airport, Terminals 3 and 4, Singapore
Nanyang Technological University Sports Hub, Singapore
Macquarie University Library, Sydney
Mother Teresa Catholic College Stage 3, Perth
Our Lady of Grace Primary School, Perth
Austin Resource Centre for the Homeless, Austin Texas, USA
IBM Tivoli Building 101, Austin Texas, USA
Specification by international construction professionals endorses Termimesh’s capability to deliver outstanding performance over time.
The Termimesh System has also been used in many diverse buildings including shopping centres, education campuses, medical centres, commercial precincts and airports.
Key to understanding termite management is barrier quality and while steel mesh barriers might look the same, the quality of stainless steel alloys varies greatly. The true story lies in the materials, production methods and installation techniques.
Termimesh exceeds the Australian Standard and delivers the highest protection levels when compared to 316 or 316L meshes. Our proprietary TMA725 stainless steel specification comprises an austenitic grade of stainless steel with a molybdenum content more than double that of 316 stainless steel.
This project is a great example of where we deliver maximum value and the most effective termite protection. Our solution is also chemical free and environmentally friendly, an important consideration in today’s climate.
The Termimesh System was installed at Mother Teresa Catholic College to safeguard campus enhancements constructed in 2018/19 during a Stage 3 Capital Development Program. This included new classrooms, playing fields, sports courts and extended parking.
The Baldivis college is situated on a typical, flat WA site with sandy soils and substrates, a site that carries are high risk of termite attack. A safe, clean and non-chemical solution was the intelligent choice given children are at the heart of the facility. The Termimesh System delivers the project effective termite protection for the long term .
The Pledge Guarantee is exclusive to Termimesh, developed to give architects, builders and investors a superior level of security covering materials and installation. Pledge delivers unique protection from a company with more than 25 years international stainless steel termite mesh experience.
"Pledge is about true financial protection. Like the mesh itself, we developed Pledge specifically to give architects and builders the highest level of protection. The quality of our mesh system combines with the strength of Pledge to provide maximum long term protection". - James Damianopoulos - TMA Corporation, Director & COO
We recommend that Architects and commercial specifiers look carefully at the details of termite barrier warranties because these are the last line of defence.
Standards vary from company to company and understanding key details regarding materials, manufacture, installation and guarantee, is the best preparation any architect or commercial builder can have when assessing the termite management options for their project. We encourage you to use Termimesh and our Pledge Guarantee as the industry benchmark.
The fact is that the material specifications of Termimesh are unmatched. A termite barrier’s ability to deliver effective protection, now and into the future, is dependent on the quality of the stainless steel and the manufacturing standards of the mesh. This is well worth consideration by construction stakeholders.James Damianopoulos TMA Corporation Director & COO