TEGG.com Features a User-friendly Design for Contractors, Clients, and Media
ABM (NYSE:ABM), a leading provider of integrated facility solutions, announced its subsidiary ABM Franchising Group, LLC, has launched the redesigned TEGG website, TEGG.com. TEGG, a franchise brand of ABM Franchising Group, launched their new website in November to provide visitors with the ultimate user-friendly experience through improved navigation and functionality.
ABM Franchising Group, a portfolio of franchise networks that deliver electrical and mechanical service and preventive maintenance solutions to commercial, industrial, and residential buildings, consists of four franchise brands: TEGG, Linc Service, GreenHomes America, and CurrentSAFE. TEGG has been working with facilities worldwide since 1992 to help them protect their employees from dangerous electrical hazards and to prevent unplanned downtime. TEGG's international network is comprised of more than 110 independent electrical contractors.
The new TEGG website features a modern design and enhanced functionality. Focused on potential and existing clients, industry vendors, and TEGG Contractors, the new site is more user-friendly and informative. The site includes a new Locate Contractors section with individual profile pages for each TEGG Contractor, designed to provide clients with more information on the contractor located in their area, as well as testimonials from TEGG Contractors that provide insight into what it means to be a part of the TEGG Service Network. Furthermore, the new website features a list of the Top 10 Reasons to Become a TEGG Service Contractor and steps on how to join the growing international network.
Visitors can stay informed on the latest company news, including new contractor announcements, under the News section. Industry providers interested in showcasing their products and services to the franchise network can search for sponsorship information under the Vendor Opportunities section.
In addition, the redesigned website features a Training Programs section highlighting a number of onsite, mobile and online educational courses on NFPA 70E electrical safety in the workplace that TEGG provides to professionals in the electrical industry. The training programs offered focus on how to protect employees from hazards, stay up-to-date on energy efficiency trends and maintain building systems.
"We are excited to launch the new, more useful and informative TEGG.com," said Brian Myers, Senior Vice President of TEGG Service. "Our mission is to provide customized solutions to help facilities become safer and more efficient. The new website allows us to fully showcase our network's breadth of capabilities through a more streamlined user experience."