Trusses

Pre-manufactured building components like roof trusses and floor trusses are an important part of any construction project.

Truss Design and Delivery

We can assist you with the design, engineering, and delivery of trusses Need the product craned once it is on site? We can do that as well with boom trucks equipped to hoist these manufactured products to whatever floor or spot you need them to.

Pre-manufactured building components like roof trusses and floor trusses are an important part of any construction project.

Truss Design and Delivery

We can assist you with the design, engineering, and delivery of trusses. Need the product craned once it is on site? We can do that as well with boom trucks equipped to hoist these manufactured products to whatever floor or spot you need them to.

Truss FAQ

Attic trusses can be used to create additional storage or living space built into the roof system of the house.

Scissors trusses are used to create vaults on the interior of a home for added volume to the interior aesthetics.

Ag building trusses are built specifically to cover large open spans and are usually made to handle stronger loads.

Hip systems are a way to create sloping roof profiles that are different in look than a traditional gable end and can be used to create unique roof profiles.

Parallel chords are specialized trusses that are most often used in floor systems but have uses in roofs as well. They are defined by the fact that they are not triangular in shape but rather rectangular.

Multi-piece trusses are often called a ‘piggy back’ truss. These designs are used when a single truss is too large for conventional building and logistics constraints. They allow a larger truss to be built and shipped in pieces and then assembled into a larger truss on the construction site.

While they are often the most cost-effective roof construction solution, manufactured trusses are not the only option to framing a roof. If the roof system is very complicated with a lot of plane and slope changes, sometimes manually stick-framing those complicated elements is the better way to go. There are also other materials that can be used for long spans and heavy load requirements such as engineered products like LVL’s and I-Joists, or if you are going for a exposed timber look there are timber-frame options out there as well.

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