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Our preferred solution is called Termimesh, which is a mesh material that can be installed during a home’s construction. It acts as a permanent, non-chemical barrier to future termite activity. It lasts for the entire lifespan of the home and its slab.
We also have an option which is a product that is applied by spraying directly on to the lower twenty-four inches of all studs. After treatment, it will deter and kill termites.
Termimesh is a permanent termite barrier system that can be installed as your new home is being built. Termimesh is a non-corrosive, stainless-steel mesh barrier that prevents termites from entering your home.
As your home is being built, Termimesh can be secured to entry points where service pipes go through a concrete slab, construction joints, and perimeter wall cavities. Termites can’t fit through the mesh, or eat through it. This technology has been proven to be the most effective option in preventing termite infestation and damage.
- Termimesh is sealed inside the concrete slab and is only installed under strict quality control guidelines.
- Termimesh is 100% effective, unlike other traditional pre-treatments that are applied during construction which can degrade in strength over time. It could take up to 250 gallons of a solution to complete the initial protection application!
- The Termimesh System includes installation, remedial services, and a damage warranty.
- If you sell your home, these services can be transferred to the new owners.
Installing a Termimesh system in your new home can provide you freedom from termite worry as well as enhance the value of your home!
Termimesh must be installed during construction. It is sealed into the slab of your foundations and when installed is 100% effective at termite prevention.
Termimesh is non-toxic, so it will not affect the health of those living in your home.
Termimesh has a 100% effective track record at preventing termites.