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Termimesh Launches New Website

Termite Control Products

Company says new site is focused on information for pest management professionals.

| September 7, 2012

AUSTIN, Texas - Termimesh has launched a new, updated website featuring valuable content for pest management professionals, builders and architects, the company announced.

TermistopUSA.com features a new blog, news, case studies, photo gallery and customer reviews.

"The new site will allow visitors to more easily identify and find the information that pertains to their specific market," says Glenn Bjornaas, general manager of Termimesh. "We partner with several diverse industries and each requires content specific to their needs and interests. The new site will greatly expand our content offerings going forward."

The new blog will follow "The Barrier Guy" as he interacts with architects, builders, pest management professionals and homeowners explaining the benefits of using the Termimesh technology, the only approved physical barrier against termites, Termimesh said.

Visit the site at TermistopUSA.com

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