Roof trusses produced by our company have seen a wide range of uses in residential housing – both in single- and multi-family houses.
You are welcome to contact us right at your house's planning phase to let us help you calculate the costs and see where it's possible to look for savings.
Having received the technical parameters concerning the type of the planned roof, the chosen roof covering and insulation as well as the building location, our team of designers will advise you on, estimate the costs and design the structure according to your expectations.
Buildings of this type are usually single-storey and are characterized by the lack of a loft. Applying a roof structure based on a roof truss technology thus allows to eliminate the need for a heavy, expensive concrete ceiling. This is due to the lower chord of the trusses being used as a load-bearing structure that supports the ceiling. A lighter structure allows for the use of thinner, cheaper walls and foundations. High quality sawn timber used for production makes is possible to create trusses with a span of up to 28-30 metres without intermediate supports. In the case of single-family houses this translates to the possibility of doing away with some of the thick interior bearing walls that would be necessary when applying a more traditional building technology. Prefabrication at the production plant enables a quick and precise assembly of the trusses at the building site, which normally lasts about 2 to 3 days.
Producing the trusses from dried sawn timber yields another advantage – in the case of most single-storey buildings we can avoid the support load costs since the trusses are very light.
Such buildings make use of attic trusses. The lower cord of the trusses constitutes in this case a load-bearing ground-floor ceiling structure as well as the attic's floor onto which OSB or a flooring board is fitted.
Assuming the maximum use of the available habitable attic space, it is worth contacting the technical department at our production plant at the earliest possible moment. Our designers will advise you on how to cut costs at the initial phase of construction by optimizing the building's structure.
Owing to modern design solutions our structures allow for making a habitable area available at the attic without the use of support columns or load-bearing walls. Owing to this, one is able to arrange the space in any desired manner by placing partition walls inside.
By using trusses, we may also lift the roof with knee walls and eliminating the need for a concrete ceiling significantly reduces the construction costs.
Through the use of our structures, we may easily and cheaply assemble a flat roof superstructure, which were extremely popular in the second half of the 20th century. The truss structures allow for any kind of arrangement of the habitable attic area without the use of supporting columns as well as for quickly enlarging the habitable or work area of the building they're applied to.
This solution is quick and economical, which is especially crucial in the case of construction works aimed at extension and renovations of old buildings. It allows for performing works without the risks related to weather conditions and to the flooding of rooms located below.
The modern housing industry is often characterized by simple building outlines and flat or arched roof shapes. With state-of-the-art technological solutions and the experience of our constructors we are able to plan and put into practice any concept put forward by you – the architect and investor.
This makes interesting architectural designs possible to carry out, which would be difficult when using more traditional technologies.
Frame structure buildings, both wooden and steel, are growing more and more popular in Poland. Trusses produced by our company are perfect for assembling roof structures on such buildings as they are light and eliminate the need for a concrete ceiling. Due to their stabilizing work, the use of trusses also does not generate expansion forces within the building's walls.