THE BETTER WAY TO ROOF CONSTRUCTION
Whether it's a small townhouse or large industrial building above span with 6 meters, prefabricated timber trusses are an excellent solution to reduce costs on your project.
We use the best quality spruce timber with C24 strength material for our trusses. Our manufacturing process is certified with the European Union standard – EN 14250:2010, which makes our product a great and durable construction for your roof.
WE DELIVER OUR TRUSSES TO ALL EU COUNTRIES
We have certified our prouction process with Europien standarts and our trusses can be applied with C2 class impregnation.
TIMBER TRUSS PROJECT
Our engineers will create the best and most economical solution for your building. We create our projects using PAMIR which is special design software for designing roof and wall structures. Just send us your project and receive a free price quote and timber truss plan.
OUR FEATURED PROJECTS
TIMBER TRUSS DESIGN
The designing process starts with a consultation with the client, builder, and architect. The required information like floor plan, location and other is provided and then the information is sent to the designer. Using a specific software called PAMIR and MiTek the designer creates an individual project with drawings and price estimate and sends it to a client for confirmation.
TIMBER TRUSS MANUFACTURING
Timber is chosen according to size and grade specified on the cutting bills. Each piece of the timber truss is then cut to the required length and angles using cutting machines.
Timber Trusses are positioned on a special steel floor to form a specific template. After that, our professional position Mitek nail plats and using specialized hydraulic press is used to press the nail plates into the timber.
TIMBER TRUSS INSTALLATION
As for the installation process, we recommend the use of a crane for the installation of timber trusses, saving both time and labour costs. However, if there isn’t available a lifting crane during the installation of the roof structure, all the initial attention should be directed to a gentle lifting of the truss from the ground without risk or damage roof truss