The Roof Truss, also referred to as the rafter is the frame of the roof which holds the walls in place and gives structure to the house.
They are normally triangular shaped and connected together with timber or galvanised metal shapes. They can either span between block work or be built into the wall construction. Wooden trusses are more common in domestic properties but galvanised metal, mainly steel is used more frequently in commercial properties due to it being good value for money, strong, weather durable and easy to repair.
As Roof Trusses are such a massive part of the construction of the house, it is imperative that they are to the correct quality and standards needed in order to provide support for the roof, so the rest of the structure does not become affected. It is important that when you are at the stage of development that involves incorporating these roof trusses that you find a reliable and reputable company that is going to help do a perfect job.
Aber Roof Truss are specialists in roof trusses. They are based in North Wales and have a wealth of experience in the industry. They have a long history in roof trusses and understand all the different designs, materials and latest technology such as Eco Joists and Oak Feature trusses.
Many people are very concerned with the aesthetic appearance of their roof trusses but do not let this be your only concern when choosing a roof truss to have installed in your new property. Different structures need different support and trusses vary a great deal so always consult professional roof truss specialists regarding the truss you use before purchasing.