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Protect your home with non-pesticide termite barriers

Protect penetrations

Termite Sealant Barrier

The penetrations where plumbing and electrical pipes and conduits come through the top of the slab doesn’t look like a termite entry point.  But it is – termites can get through a 1/50” opening.  

Seal penetrations easily with TERM Sealant Barrier

Protect perimeter (sill)

Sill Moisture|Termite Barrier

Termites climb up the exposed vertical concrete perimeter and enter the structure at the base of the exterior sheathing.  

TERM Sill Barrier, in combination with TERM Base Flashing Barrier, will block entry at that point.

Protect perimeter (flashing)

Flashing Moisture|Termite Barrier

In combination with TERM Sill Barrier, TERM Flashing Barrier blocks termites, moisture, and energy leaks around the perimeter.

Protect bath traps

Termite Particle Barrier

Another common termite entry point is through the bath trap opening in the slab, which is a wide-open gate to the interior of a structure.

TERM Particle Barrier consists of angular stone particles in a narrow size range (sieve size 8-14).   Particle barriers have been used throughout the Pacific Rim since the 1980’s in Hawaii and Australia to exclude termites                    

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Protect foundation

Termite Water|Termite Barrier

Shown above is an ICF foundation protected by TERM Water|Termite Barrier.  The wall is primed with our water-based primer, and terminations are treated with TERM Sealant.

Protect tile floors

TERM Tile Flooring Underlayment Barrier

TERM Tile Flooring Barrier stops moisture and termites, and acts as an anti-fracture and sound reduction layer.

Protect wood floors

TERM Wood Flooring Underlayment Barrier

TERM Tile Flooringt Barrier stops moisture and termites, and acts as an anti-fracture and sound reduction layer.

Protect from every aspect

TERM All Pest Bath Trap Barrier

This bath trap barrier uses TERM Micromesh 02 and TERM Termite Sealant to use as a barrier to termites, rodents, snakes, fire ants, and larger pests.