Many people understand the benefits of using wooden trusses to build a roof for a home or business. Trusses are lightweight, strong, flexible, and very-cost effective when compared to traditional rafters. However, there are also benefits to using trusses that many do know about. When you consider these benefits in addition to the well-known advantages of trusses, it makes even more sense to use wooden truss construction, no matter what type of building you are contemplating.
Three Ways Trusses Work For You
Trusses are some of the hardest working components of any build. Not only do they support your roof with strength, they are also some of the most long-lasting and flexible elements of the entire construction project. Trusses are able to bend slightly, due to the light woods used, and they spread force over a wide area and in different directions. This means that wind shear, heavy rain and other weather issues are no problem for trusses (within limits).
However, these aren’t the only benefits of using trusses. You can actually design three basic types of roofs, each of which have their own benefits and functions, using only truss construction:
At Stone Truss, we have decades of experience in helping you choose the right trusses for your job. Our professionals can work with you from the design phase right up through delivery to your job site, on time and on demand. Whether you are building a large commercial project or a small home, we are here to help! Give Stone Truss a call today to see how much easier and better your building experience can be when working with an experienced truss roofing manufacturer.