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Meet County Truss

Your Partners in Building Dreams

Welcome to County Truss, where we turn architectural visions into tangible realities. With a strong commitment to quality, precision, and customer satisfaction, we’ve been crafting top-notch roof and floor trusses for several years.

Our team comprises knowledgeable designers, engineers, and installers who work in synergy to deliver truss solutions tailored to your specific needs. At County Truss, we see ourselves as not just service providers, but as partners invested in making your buildings structurally sound and aesthetically appealing.

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Why Choose Us

Build with Confidence, Experience, and Expertise

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Our Focus

We are dedicated to understanding your unique requirements and delivering truss solutions that exceed your expectations.

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Our Process

Our process combines cutting-edge technology, refined craftsmanship, and rigorous quality checks, ensuring precision and excellence.

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Our Assurance

We adhere to strict safety standards throughout our operations, from design and manufacturing to installation and inspection.

Meet Our Expert Team

Our team boasts a blend of experienced designers and savvy engineers, all dedicated to making your construction project a success.

Training for Success

We invest in ongoing training to keep up with evolving industry trends and standards, ensuring we deliver nothing but the best to our clients.

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Some of our FAQ's

How are wood trusses made?

Wood trusses are building materials made of wooden beams which support the roof or floor of a building, acting as a framework. They consist in a network of connected triangles secured with truss plates. The interior triangles are called “webs” and they are supported by external triangles known as “chords.” There are various types wood truss designs, but they are all based on a similar principle and their size depends on the building. Wood trusses are widely used for their durability, as they are rust resistant, can be treated against termites and ensure good insulation.

Wooden trusses are used in a wide range of constructions, from residential to commercial and agricultural buildings, both for roofs and floors. Generally speaking, wood trusses are usually found in residential buildings, while steel trusses are used in commercial construction.

Roof trusses have replaced rafters in most home designs because they are less expensive. Roof trusses have smaller wood members that are engineered to provide a superior strength without all the expensive wood. It’s really about being efficient with both materials and labor.

To determine how many trusses to create, you will first need to measure both the width and length of the structure you are building. The trusses should be a little longer than the exact width to allow for overhang, and you will need enough trusses to mount across the length. Most are spaced between 18-26 inches apart or as its known in the trade at 16″ centers or 24″ centers. Wider spacing is allowed but requires specially engineered trusses and and wider introduces other challenges in the building process. Talk to an expert! Call 207-488-7740 to discuss your project.