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Keeping termites out with Termimesh means zeroing in on the areas where termites will try to get in. For that reason, Termimesh is a non-chemical, permanent barrier, that is used in very specific places in the home's slab. It's essentially a stainless steel barrier to keep termites out.
For example, even before your builder pours the concrete for your slab, we encase all of the pipes that come through the slab for your plumbing system, with Termimesh, leaving no gap for termites to slip through.
In short, if there's a way termites will try to get in, we block it with Termimesh.
The EPA reports that steel mesh barriers "have been shown to perform effectively as physical barriers” for termites. Termimesh takes that basic principal and improves on it with a unique, woven mesh of non-corrosive stainless steel that termites simply can't penetrate.
Termites can't eat through it, crawl through it, break through it or get around it. And to ensure proper installation and high quality, Termimesh only allows accredited and licensed installers—such as ABC Home & Commercial Services in Austin—to perform installations.
In a word: yes! Termimesh has been around for more than two decades and Termimesh technology protect hundreds of thousands of homes.
Leading architects and builders recognize the value that Termimesh delivers. Homeowners appreciate the fact that Termimesh is an environmentally friendly, non-chemical solution that lets you avoid the use of chemicals.
There are a number of effective ways to address termite problems. However, Termimesh can only be installed as part of a new construction. We are experienced at working with architects and home builders to ensure proper installation of your Termimesh barrier.
We offer other effective termite treatment options for existing constructions.
You can rest easy with ABC's friendly and experienced service team at your home. Not only do all employees undergo a thorough criminal history check and drug screening, but ABC carries all required licenses and certifications for services.