Our roof truss manufacturing plant has the capacity to produce timber roof trusses up to 22m long and 4,5m high in one piece.

Advantages of using timber for your trusses

Whether it is a residential or commercial project, the roof of any structure is a vital component because it protects its occupants from the outside elements. It is vital that you choose roof trusses that are suitable to your needs.
Timber is Flexible and Versatile: Because timber trusses are compatible with other structural products, they can be linked to other trusses and components. Using timber trusses can also create large open areas – ideal for designers and architects to use creatively. Partitions can also be moved without the building’s structural integrity being compromised.

It is Economical: Because timber trusses are light in weight, it’s not always necessary to use heavy machinery to install. The waste generated by timber at a building site is minimal, making clean-up work less costly.

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SA Pine Timber Roof Trusses

SA Pine is mainly used in the South African market. Pine are available in standard sizes ranging from 300mm up to 6,6m’s with no joints, making it an obvious choice for exposed roofs, where the timber will be visible at all times. SA Pine is untreated and you will need to treat the overhangs to prevent timber from decaying.
We supply Prefabricated Timber Roof Trusses based on SANS 10160, 10163 & 10243 and connected with an accredited Engineering System’s nail plates as per their design. We are one of 4 companies in SA that carry the SATAS mark of approval.
Our Timber Roof Trusses are designed using the Engineering Software from MiTek Insdustries SA an Accredited System Members of the ITC-SA.Timber Roof Trusses are generally used for residential and light commercial structures.
These trusses can span from 600mm’s up to 15m’s with ease. We make use of two different types of timber in our designs, SA Pine, and Biligom. SA Pine being the more aesthetically pleasing option of the two are mainly used for exposed roofs where trusses will be visible to the naked eye.

Biligom Timber Roof Trusses

Biligom is a cheaper alternative to SA Pine. Sizes available is from 600mm up to 6,6m finger jointed. The trusses can be spaced further apart than those of Pine, as the timber is much stronger. Biligom is EN24 treated and thus are already safe against all the elements. Should you require a roof that will have ceilings everywhere and the ends will be finished with Fascias, or gutters, Biligom will be the obvious solution.