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The Benefits of Prefabricated Trusses

Last updated 3 years ago

Trusses for roofs, walls and floors are among the most important renovation materials, both for providing a solid structure for different parts of buildings as well as valuable support to carry the load. Prefabricated trusses can be a cheaper option for tradesmen that won't involve sacrificing quality.

Features and benefits

Prefabricated trusses can be made relatively quickly and easily in factories, but this doesn't mean you'll be settling for a sub-standard off-the-shelf product. These triangulated structures can be designed to the specifications of different buildings and delivered to construction sites, ready for use when building roofs or laying foundations. The fast production of prefabricated trusses can be useful for reducing the time and cost of labour involved in building projects of all sizes, including multi-residential, commercial and industrial projects.

Types of prefabricated trusses

Most construction projects now favour prefabricated trusses over traditional options such as timber when building roofs, floors and walls. These truss and roof systems are manufactured from hard wearing and long lasting materials to provide all the support needed in buildings, using sophisticated computer technology to create custom designs. Always make sure you trusses are compliant with Australian and international standards, such as ISO 9001, to guarantee their quality and suitability for use.

Trusses and other renovation materials in Brisbane

Chermside Building Centre sells a range of building and renovation materials in Brisbane, including prefabricated trusses, paving supplies and timber products. Find out more about custom made wall frames and trusses by calling 07 3256 4455.


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