Research and Testing
The Termimesh System was first invented and developed in Australia in 1989 by a small business proprietor who believed that there must be a viable non-chemical option to termite control.
Since then, Termimesh has been subjected to rigorous testing and assessment by many construction and testing authorities.
The System has been extensively tested throughout Australia, Hawaii and by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Throughout the testing period the Termimesh System has proven to be 100% effective.
Rapid corrosion trials indicate that the marine grade stainless steel mesh will have an exceptionally long life and is likely to outlast the life of the majority of the buildings.
Local government authorities recognise the Termimesh System as a stand-alone method of termite control.
The Termimesh System has already been successfully installed in excess of one hundred thousand Australian homes, and thousands of buildings in Hawaii, Singapore and Japan.
It is now being introduced in the Southeast United States and other parts of Asia, including Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Abu Dhabi, Doha, India.
The Termimesh System is a tested and proven environmental alternative to conventional spraying with pesticides.
Testing of the Mesh Barrier
- CSIRO Division of Entomology (Australia)
- U.S. Department of Agriculture
- University of Hawaii
- Chemistry of Centre of Western Australia
- Thailand Forestry Department
- National University of Singapore
Acceptance of the Termimesh Termite Control System
- SBCCI (USA)
- HUD/FHA (USA)
- All Hawaii Building Departments
- U.S. Navy
- CSIRO Appraisals (formerly ABSAC)
- Australian Standards
- AUBRCC and the Building Code of Australia
- Australian Commonwealth Government Departments
- Singapore Building and Construction Authority
- Singapore Public Works Department
- JKR Brunei
- JKR Malaysia