The story of Tridon
Back in the 1990s, a woman by the name of Mary Beth Yannessa owned a tank testing company. She had an environmental background and for years had cleaned up other people's messes. After awhile, though, she'd had enough. She was tired of seeing people pollute the earth and wanted to add value to an industry. She kicked around the idea of a pressure-washing company. She wanted to name the company something that was appropriate for what she'd be doing--something to do with dirt, or eliminating dirt, or no more dirt. The term "No Dirt" kept swirling around in her brain, and one day, she realized that "no dirt" spelled backwards is tridon. That sounded like a pretty cool name for a company--Tridon. But by then Mary Beth had set her sights higher. She wanted something bigger, and there was still the issue of cleaning up other people's messes. Ever the entrepreneur, she decided to start an insulation company and call it Tridon. The company would install masonry foam insulation in residential and commercial buildings to make them more energy efficient. No more messes; her company would be adding value to buildings, and making them last longer and perform better.
In the late '90s, no one talked about energy efficiency, or sustainability, and the whole "green" movement was a decade away from becomming a sought-after industry. But Mary Beth had the foresight to realize that arming buildings with the best-performing products was crucial to making them run efficiently. So in 1998 her dream became a reality with the creation of Tridon Industries, Inc.
The company started out small--one truck and two field workers. Mary Beth did all the sales and marketing and office administration. The company grew quickly into a multi-truck enterprise with several field workers. This eventually led to the need for more space, and in 2003 the company moved to its current location in the Circle of Progress in Pottstown, Pennsylvania.
Around the same time, Tridon added spray polyurethane foam insulation to its line-up of products it installed (a product that was VERY new to the construction industry at the time), and soon after other products were added: blown in fiberglass, pour foam, acoustical insulation, and spray-applied fireproofing.
More trucks, more field crews and more office staff were added to keep pace with the growth of the company. Despite the growth and changes and challenges that the company has encountered, all these years later, Tridon Industries stays true to its initial Vision Statement: to become the leader in the insulation and fireproofing installation industry by educating and helping every single customer, and providing excellent service along the way.
Helping customers oftentimes meant we had to think outside the box to solve their unique problems. And there have been some doozies. (Next time you contact us ask us about them!) But we're a bunch of problem-solving fools who love a challenge and are willing to step up to the plate to tackle those wacky jobs. So much so that we've now become known as the go-to people for unique and unusual projects that other contractors can't handle. Hence the catch-phrase:
"Need someone to think outside the box? Contact the people inside the circle!"
A silly play on words? Sure. But is it accurate? Absolutely!
All companies claim to think outside the box to help their clients. But how many companies tell you to search inside the circle? Just one that we know of: Tridon Industries, your source for insulation and fireproofing installation.
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