Pre-Construction Termite Barriers

There are many termite management options for new homes, yet not all termite protection is the same. You only get one chance to specify your termite management system, which means choosing a proven, non-poisonous pre-construction anti-termite barrier could be the wisest decision you will make while building your new home.

The purpose of a termite management system is to deter hidden termite entry and reduce the risk of termite attack, so it is imperative that you select the safest option.


Why Choose Termimesh For Your Pre-Construction Termite Barrier?

Our team at Termimesh provides highly effective termite protection barriers for new homes during the construction stage, without the need for chemical sprays. Think of our barrier as a heavy-duty security screen against termites. It won’t break down, doesn’t require retreatment and will save you money over time in comparison with other methods. Our Termimesh system protects your whole home and is safe for your family, pets and the environment.

Benefits of our Termimesh pre-construction termite protection include:

  • Once-off installation built into the home during construction
  • Requires no ongoing retreatments
  • No compulsory annual termite inspections required
  • Made with ultra-marine grade stainless steel mesh
  • The mesh apertures are too small for termites to squeeze through
  • So strong that termites cannot eat or destroy it
  • Blocks concealed termite entry points
  • Backed by our industry leading Pledge Guarantee
  • Invented and developed right here in Australia
  • Over 500,000 successful installations in Australia and overseas since 1992
  • Poison free, environmentally friendly, and safe for your family and pets


Why Are Pre-Construction Termite Barriers So Important?

Termites or white ants are active in all mainland areas of Australia. Therefore, it is a requirement by the National Building Code that all new homes be equipped with a termite management system or be built with termite resistant structural materials. Here are some facts about termite damage and repair costs.

  • 34,000 homes each year are attacked by termites.
  • The average damage cost is approximately $10,000.
  • Termite damage is not covered by home or contents insurance.

It’s important to remember, treated timber and steel roof homes are not termite proof. Other areas of the home are still vulnerable to termite attack. For example, timber floors, kitchen and bathroom cabinets and even electrical wiring can be susceptible.

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For free advice about how we can provide you with a pre-construction termite protection barrier system, complete our enquiry form or contact us today for a no pressure quote on 1300615708

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