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We do not stock pile trusses. We only produce what you request.
By using MSR (machine stress-rated) lumber we can guarantee strength and superior straightness making it ideal for highly demanding engineering applications like roof trusses. Along with roof and floor trusses, Truss Fab also provides engineered I-joist products, wood webs along with a full line of LVL beams.
All component members are custom cut by the latest state of the art robotic and automated saws. All truss members are then assembled on modern gantry tables using a laser projection system to ensure dimensional accuracy. Our trusses are fully constructed at our plant prior to delivery. The finished product receives a thorough inspection on a daily basis to ensure accuracy of dimensions and structural components.
We bundle trusses based on site requirements saving you valuable time during construction. Truss Fab’s roof trusses are designed and built to handle longer spans, thus reducing the need for supports allowing for a greater and more open floor plan.
Truss Fab’s floor trusses are designed for strength and durability. This in turn saves you time, money and reduces jobsite errors. They feature a larger nailing surface for added strength and are engineered using a unique open-web design that accommodates a variety of loading conditions, while accounting for mechanical ductwork, electrical and plumbing. The end result is fewer interior load bearing walls, columns and beams.
I-joists are strong, lightweight, “I” shaped engineered wood structural members that meet demanding performance standards. I-joists are comprised of top and bottom flanges, which resist bending, united with webs, which provide outstanding shear resistance. The flange material is typically solid sawn lumber, and the web is made with OSB. This robust combination of structural characteristics results in a versatile, economical framing member that is easy to install in residential and commercial projects.
LAMINATED VENEER LUMBER (LVL)
LVL is a widely used structural composite lumber product. It is produced by bonding thin wood veneers together in a large billet so that the grain of all veneers is parallel to the long direction. The LVL billet is then sawn to desired dimensions depending on the end-use application. Because LVL is made with scarfed or lapped jointed veneers, LVL is available in lengths far beyond conventional lumber lengths. Popular LVL applications include headers and beams, hip and valley rafters and scaffold planking.