Termimesh is stainless steel mesh barrier installed within a building’s infrastructure as it’s being built. The mesh is specifically engineered to block out termites. Once Termimesh is installed, there’s no way for termites to find their way in, no matter how fast they scramble, or how much they chew.
If you never want to hear the words, “I’m sorry, but your home has termites,” then you should give Termimesh serious consideration. The Termimesh barrier is impenetrable. What does this mean? It means no termites in your home—ever.
170,000 installations and a 100% effective track record speaks for itself. We know this statistic may be hard to believe, but it’s no exaggeration. Termimesh has completed nine years of USDA Forestry Service Testing with no failures. It is approved for construction by the International Code Council and recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED building program, NAHB Green Building Standard, Green Globe and other sustainable building programs.
How do you install the system?
Termimesh works because it prevents termites from getting into your home through subterranean routes. Homes are particularly vulnerable around service pipes. These pipes are protected by stainless steal mesh before the concrete is poured, which means the mesh is embedded in the concrete. This method effectively seals any gaps between the pipes and the surrounding concrete. It’s important to realize that Termimesh can only be installed during the construction of your home and has to be done in coordination with your home’s builder.
Is it friendly for pets and children?
Yes! Because it is stainless steel, there are no other products or chemicals.