With over 20 years of evolution, the Termimesh termite control barrier remains the most effective and technologically advanced termite mesh for new homes.
What is the Termimesh System?
A marine grade stainless steel mesh designed to be the superior termite barrier. Termites cannot penetrate or damage the Termimesh System. The apertures are too small for termites to squeeze through and the steel too hard for them to chew through.
How does the Termimesh System work?
It is installed during construction around service pipes coming through the slab and in the cavity walls as a physical barrier, sealing off these hidden termite entry points.
Is Termimesh proven?
Yes. The system has been protecting Aussie homes for over 20 years. Over 400,000 homes are being protected by Termimesh right now.
It has been extensively tested by CSIRO and is included in the Australian Standard for termite control. Termimesh also complies with Building Code of Australia and is CodeMark approved.
How much is the Termimesh System?
The price varies depending on the style of the home. Cheaper products do exist but none give you the total protection of Termimesh TMA 725 stainless steel. Contact us to find out how affordable Termimesh is. Alternatively it's simple for your builder to include it in your contract.
Is Termimesh Guaranteed?
Definitely. Only Termimesh is protected by the Pledge guarantee*.
Our Pledge guarantee is unique to Termimesh and comes with a no dollar limit in the unlikely event of a claim. Pledge is a timber replacement guarantee covering the installation, materials and ongoing effectiveness of the Termimesh System.
*The Pledge guarantee is limited and conditions apply.
What makes Termimesh the safest choice for new homes?
Termimesh is a premium product, technically advanced, poison free and protected by the industry’s safest guarantee. It's a long lasting barrier which saves you money over time. It will protect your whole home, whilst being safe for your family and the environment.
Note: Termite barriers are designed to deter concealed access by termites. Termites can bridge any type of barrier and ongoing inspections are an important component of minimising the risk of termite attack.