Here are three reasons why wooden trusses are better for the environment.

Currently, more than 70% of all sawn timber in South Africa is used in buildings, mainly in roof structures. We’re part of that large volume of manufacturers, and for good reason, it’s better for the environment. While this may not seem so on the surface, it’s the better choice for those who are environmentally conscious. Here are our top three reasons why wooden trusses are better for the environment.

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How to Transport Trusses Safely

It can be a daunting challenge for the uninitiated. Delivering a truss from point A to B is a coordinated effort. That’s why you should always leave it up to the experts, but for those of you too anxious to let someone else take the reins, here are the main pointers that even the pros…

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Why you need proper wooden trusses over your head!

When constructing a home, homeowners have multiple options to choose from. Whether to go for real wood or laminate flooring, a timber structure or bricks and mortar, or to install an internal combustion verse the old-school Jetmaster fireplace. Each of these decisions can make or break a budget. But we highly recommend that you go for a professionally designed, fabricated, and erected truss for your house.

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Three Things You Need To Know About Trusses

Our customers often ask what are the most important things to know when erecting trusses for their homes. It’s a fair question because truss building is a specialised craft that requires expert planning and production. While you can purchase your own gusset plate* (*the metal roof plate) from a local DIY store, let’s just say…

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