Common (flat bottom) Truss
The most affordable and widely used truss design in residential, commercial and farm building.
Sloped bottom chord can be up to half the slope of the top chord, this truss provides more headroom on first level. Provides cathedral ceiling.
Slopped bottom chord is the same slope as the top chord, the high heel provides more room for insulation.
Dual Pitch Truss
Top chords are built with two different roof slopes, with a front slope usually steeper than back slope.
Single sloped roofs or longer-span Common truss with center support.
Used mainly for its style to resemble a "barn look". May also be built with storage attic.
Also know as Vault or Scissor truss is used to provide a Vaulted ceiling.
Studio Truss (Studio Vault)
Used to provide an extra headroom or a Vaulted ceiling in certain application.
Has a dual pitch top chord where the slope significantly increases from the heel to the peak.
Has two parallel chords and is used to build a floor or a roof.
Is used to provide storage space up in the attic. Bottom chord of the room floor is built with heavier timber and is designed as a floor joist to carry required live loads.
Gambrel Style Shed
Shed including a front and back wall along with rings, makes a complete shed package giving you a barn style shed. Sizes available 6, 8, 10 and 12’.
Gable Style Shed
Shed including a front and back wall along with rings, makes a complete shed package. Sizes available 6, 8, 10 and 12’.