Signs that indicate that you’re about to install a lousy truss.

Building contractors can cut corners, we all know this, whether you’ve heard it through the grapevine or experienced it first-hand. The fact is, if you take short cuts when manufacturing or erecting a roof truss, it’s bound to fail sometime in the future. No one wants to think they could potentially be living under a ticking time-bomb.

While we can’t stress the importance of this enough, it’s vital to have an engineer inspect the final installation, but if you can’t get one to come to the building site, here are some tips on how to spot a truss that’s bound to cause a headache in the future.