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GREENZONE CONTINUES TO INNOVATE IN TERMITE MANAGEMENT

With the launch of its new Termite Management Film, Greenzone is continuing to expand its position in the pre-construction termite market.

 

It’s been three years since Greenzone hit the Australian market with their Termite and Insect Barrier and Penetration Socks, and since then they’ve been proactively working towards delivering innovative products to the local termite management space.

“The last two years have busy ones for Greenzone,” explained Stewart Paterson, Greenzone business development manager. “Just prior to COVID-19, we launched our perimeter termite management film to complete our termite management system, and the feedback we’ve received from builders and applicators has been really positive.” In addition to the original construction joint foam, the Greenzone termite management system now includes socks to protect penetrations of different sizes as well as the Termite Management Film (pictured above) which is available in multiple widths to suit any kind of construction and rebate on slabs.

Greenzone recently initiated direct marketing to builders via the Master Builders magazine and the Greenzone website has been updated to include a postcode locator to help builders get in direct contact with accredited Greenzone Applicators.

“I take calls from builders every week asking for more information about the product and details on pest managers who can install them, so it was important to us to find ways to support our applicators and in turn increase business for them by creating more avenues for builders to make contact,” said Mr Paterson. “And we’re not done innovating – we have new products in the pipeline, so watch this space!”