Exposing the "grey areas" of the construction industry so you can make smart decisions.

What To Do After A Storm Hits Your Church

After a storm hits, it can leave you with a sense of burden or chaos. You want to steward the church’s assets well, but may not know where to start or who to trust. Here are the six steps to guide you through the restoration journey:

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Built To Serve

At TRIGG, we operate under the christian principles of trust, patience, and generosity to support both the general construction and the spiritual needs of the church.

We focus on building lifelong relationships with the people we serve. Our goal is to assist you in the growth of your church or ministry and we do that by connecting you with our network of Pastors and Kingdom Minded Business leaders. Additionally, TRIGG’s Construction Experts will make sure your facility is taken care of for LIFE.

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3 Ways a Growth Partnership Can Grow Your Ministry

A few weeks ago, I spoke with Mike Ryherd, a pastor at Abiding Peace Church in Flower Mound, TX, who also partners as an ambassador for TRIGG. I wanted to learn more about what it’s like to be a pastor. I grew up in a small town in central PA, and my experience with pastors

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Hiring The Right Contractor

After a severe storm hits your area, it is always a good idea to get a full property damage inspection and at least three qualified estimates from reputable contractors. Some states do not have a state licensing requirement for contractors and storm damage brings potentially unreliable contractors in from other states. To protect yourself, make

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7 Questions About Commercial Storm Restoration

After years of serving building owners in some of the worst storm areas in the U.S., it’s uncommon that we hear a question for the first time. Whether you’re an owner who’s building was recently hit by damaging weather or you’re simply arming yourself with information before the storm – we want as many building owners

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OSHA Safety Standards on the Job Site

Over the past year we have made significant strides in increasing our standards for safety – for our workers and those in and around our construction sites. Safety is something we take very seriously. It means that at the end of every work day our crew members and those on site can go home to

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