What’s better than a truss that fits just the way it’s supposed to? A truss that works even better and more cost-effectively than planned. And that’s just what you’ll get from us.
Our designers analyse your plans and customise a solution for you. A solution capable of handling the exact loads specified. And one that fits your building requirements – no matter how complicated the project is.
Our trusses are capable of handling long clear spans. So you can say goodbye to costly intermediate supports – and say hello to an increased bottom line.
Even better, we use our job tracking program to ensure we deliver your trusses on time. Every time.
Our Timber trusses are engineered to carry a variety of loading conditions. So you can decrease or even eliminate the number of interior load-bearing walls, columns, and beams, ultimately reducing materials costs.
Exclusive Truss Benefits:
Open web design allows for easy passage of mechanical ductwork, plumbing, and electrical wiring.
Floor truss chords design allows for larger nailing surface
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Using Steel Roof Trusses For Your Home Roofing
Steel roof trusses are the perfect type of roof if you are wanting something that is simple to maintain, aesthetically pleasing, and easy to install.
Steel roof trusses are one of the cheapest roofing materials that you can buy. It’s affordable because of its awesome maintenance abilities and the fact that you don’t need as much material as you would if you were using shingles. For the price that you are getting, you will be getting a great quality that is going to last a long time. Because a steel roof truss will last approximately fifty years, it’s easy to say that the money that you will save from not having to replace your roof will outweigh the total cost of what a replacement roof will cost you.
The benefit of using a steel roof truss is that it is lighter weight than packing on thousands of tiles to your roof because it comes in large sheets that you only have to place every few feet. There is no layering with other materials or meticulously applying them one at a time. Since it is just a large panel, you just have to lay it down, nail it in and move on.