Join us for a walkthrough of the Trinity Show Home at the 2016 BC Home & Garden Show in 1st Person Perspective.
This 'Hyperlapse' tour focuses on the integrated post and beam construction, demonstrating the solid quality of Trinity homes.
An Integrated Approach
How is Trinity supporting the builders?
Engineered Natural Timber Designs Integrate with
Energy-Efficient Insulated Panels.
Our goal is to Elevate IPP-Certified Developers and Builders by providing them with a
concrete advantage. Our coordinated marketing support team will help direct prospects
and buyers to your projects.
Incentives for Certified Developers and builders include
continuous media exposure surrounding the IPP-related features and benefits of your projects.
Media Kits, Sales Center Materials, Co-Op Programs, and Real Estate Agent Incentives will
help with presentations and pre-sale of each project. Roof Raising and grand opening events
resonates with the media, the public, the industry and, above all, the buyers. This is achieved
through the use of the social media as well as through online and offline marketing strategies.
Trinity's IPP-Certified Developer and Builders will receive buyer leads generated from our
sales funneled "opt-ins". Reciprocal links on our websites will feature IPP-advanced technology
along with your company's profile.
How We're Integrating
Integrating materials and machines
Solid wood is pre-cut, stacked and air dried for quick processing, according to species, size, length and detail.
IPP Architecturally Engineered blueprint data feeds automated CNC
processing machinery for precision-cut output of building's timber exo-skeleton components and connections.
Integrating precision with energy efficiency
The patented IPP system combines the strength and beauty of Post and Beam
construction with the energy efficiency of Polyurethane Structural Insulated Panels.
This airtight technology delivers sustainable savings and quiet comfort by
substantially reducing the energy requirement and the reliance on mechanical
systems to heat or cool a building.
Integrating materials and design
The simplified Post and Beam design and OSB Panel skins use less timber while
creating an eco-friendly, recyclable and longer lasting building with options for spectacular cathedral spaces.
How Trinity is Integrating its approach to building with Community and Eco-friendly Values
Next generation buyers appreciate the value of smart construction technology, safety, green building methods, energy conservation, and humanitarian initiatives
that transcend home communities and reach out into the corners of the world.
Currently, we are working on expending our involvement with the third-world
fresh water supply systems.
The Integrated Post and Panel system, as the name implies, integrates materials at the factory level.
At the building-site level, the IPP exo-skeleton means Fewer Parts and Less Waste.
The job site becomes more environmentally friendly by virtue of being cleaner and safer with
fewer material deliveries that save time, money and trips to waste disposal.
Likewise, at the community level, we endeavor to go beyond the physical
structures in order to impact the community in a positive way.
Getting involved in training, consultation, affordable housing, etc., are some of the ways in which our approach to building becomes a metaphor for our
involvement in Community life.