41 Truss provides design, build, and delivery services of roof and floor wood truss component systems for contractors, developers, architects, multi-family, commercial, and residential home builders in west central Florida. Following our receipt of our customer's project design, the 41 Truss wood truss design team value engineers the most economical truss system, complete with any engineered wood products required, without sacrificing the integrity or quality of that wood truss system. Our wood truss designs meet or exceed all requirements of the applicable Florida Building Code and are sealed by an outside engineering firm, adding to the checks and balances in our truss design process.
When engineered wood products are the right design choice for any structural roof or structural floor truss project, we provide Boise Engineered Wood Products distributed by DixiePly, located in Tampa, Fl. To see the engineered wood products available for structural floor truss systems and structural roof truss systems, and to review the design, load, and span criteria tables, as well as the software links we use in our wood truss designs, please see the Boise Engineered Wood Products website at www.bc.com/ewp/index.jsp
U.S. based 41 Truss is actively involved in the design and manufacturing of structural wood truss component systems in West Central Florida. We have actively supported our industry, our customers, and community since 1983. We believe in the cost advantages and the social consciousness of designing structural truss systems out of wood, the only renewable, recyclable, and biodegradable natural resource in the building industry.
To learn more about the advantages of wood in the building and construction industry, please see the Wood Truss Council of America's Structural Building Component Industry website found at www.sbcindustry.com and the Florida Wood Council website at www.woodsource.org.
41 Truss uses only the best #1 and #2 graded lumber for both chords and webs in our wood roof and wood floor truss systems. This is not standard practice in our industry. Although this may increase the cost of material to our company, we have chosen to make this investment in the quality, integrity, and value of our wood roof and floor truss systems, and in the reputation of our family of employees and our company. Those familiar with the installation of wood truss systems in the field will verify that the quality of the lumber has a dramatic effect on the Safety Record of a construction project, the truss erection time, the efficiency of correct truss placement, the amount of field bracing required, and the frequency of on-site repairs.
We believe that our decision to purchase better grades of lumber is an investment in our future and is imperative to our long-term success. Our goal is to provide our customers with the best finished roof and floor truss component systems they can buy in terms of quality, integrity, value, and efficiency. We would build nothing less for ourselves.
To see some of our most recent projects, please see the "Portfolio" and "Value Engineering" pages of our website.