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Roof trusses

Our roof trusses are wooden ones. They are elements that constitute the roof's frame. They are used in many types of buildings instead of traditional trusses or steel structures.

The trusses are designed by our building engineers to fit the specified building's dimensions and are then manufactured at our production plant. Individual elements are cut and pressed by punched metal plates and presses with a pressure of 35 ton minimum. Ready-made elements that are integral parts of the whole roof are transported to the building site to be assembled.

We have been producing our roof trusses for over 25 years. We are one of the oldest operating companies in Poland specializing in these type of structures.

The basic advantages and benefits of using roof trusses:


  • 5, 10 or maybe 15 metres – the possibility of building structures of a large structure span – even up to 30 metres, without intermediate walls and the chance to freely arrange the building's interior with partition walls

  • No pecking, no messing around – A fast and easy assembly of the installations inside the building, e.g. electrical, lighting, ventilation, as well as gates or a dropped ceiling

  • The sky's the limit – The chance to optimally adjust the roof's shape to architectural requirements and evaluated investment costs

  • Not enough space for storage? - The option to prefabricate whole wooden halls of a span of up to 25 metres without intermediate supports

  • How about another room in the attic? - The converted attics can be constructed on the lower chord of the trusses, making it possible to forego support columns which provides much greater freedom in arranging the space made available


  • No cementing today – the trusses allow to eliminate the need for a very expensive concrete ceiling thanks to using the lower chord of the structure as a load-bearing ceiling structure,

  • Tougher but cheaper – the computer software optimises the sawn timber's use which enables to make savings in comparison to traditional structures (20-60% less material used) which also amounts to a lower construction price compared to the traditional truss,

  • Honey, could we demolish this wall? - wide truss spans and the option to include only exterior walls lets you save money by eliminating interior load-bearing walls, columns, binding joists and other foundations,

  • Environment-friendliness doesn't have to be expensive – Wood is a relatively cheap material in comparison to steel or reinforced concrete – wooden trusses are even 50% cheaper than their steel counterparts of similar characteristics,

  • Rome hasn't been built in a day but still... - transporting ready-made trusses onto the building site allows for their quick and easy assembly – often several times quicker than in the case of trusses built at the site. Due to being manufactured from dry wood, the trusses are very light, which makes manually mounting many of the elements possible, without the use of a crane or other heavy equipment,

  • Winter is coming, so what? - the trusses can be assembled even in winter. This way their construction season is extended,

  • You draw, we count – Your cooperation with the production plant can lower the structure's costs as you, the Commissioner only specify the trusses' geometrical outline and load conditions. Static calculations, technical and production documentation are performed by our production plant and delivered as a finished design plan,

  • No made-up costs – Right at the ordering phase you know the exact final cost of the structure – in the case of a traditional assembly done by carpenters, you only receive an approximate price evaluation and the final cost is impacted by factors such as: the sawn timber's price, its transport, waste output, carpenters' labour, wood connectors, wood priming oils etc.,

  • I could become the main protagonist – mounting the trusses onto the building can be done by the investors themselves – not commissioning the works to specialized companies is often an option to consider. The structures are easy to assemble on your own and together with them you receive complete construction and assembly manuals.


  • Building a roof under a roof – the trusses are manufactured at our production hall, in dry, stable conditions. The structures becoming affected by moisture is out of the question,

  • Solid raw materials – The trusses are made from a quality raw material – a Scandinavian, four-sides planed, kiln-dried, strength graded sawn timber of C24 class minimum. Each board is thoroughly checked and examined at the sawmill by sorting lines,

  • A roof over your head in one day – a quick and easy assembly means lower costs and eliminating the risk of moisture affecting your building during construction,

  • Cutting precision – The elements that constitute particular trusses are cut out on computer-controlled numerical saws integrated with the construction software. The saw's rotational accuracy is of a +/- 0,1 ° range and in the case of the cutting axis it's +/-0,5 mm,

  • All connectors under control – Prefabrication on specially designed tables ensures the structure's elements' accurate and consistent manufacture and guarantees each connector's stability

  •  You're all the same to me - The trusses' production accuracy and repeatability allows to achieve even roof slopes which speeds up the roof's assembly,

  • Dryness comes first – the dryness of the wood used for construction makes it keep it dimensions – we therefore avoid the risk of the roof becoming creaky or of cracks appearing in the plasterboards


  • Sleep tight – Engineering calculations of the highest precision and an experience of over 25 years in the industry guarantee that your sleep is restful

  • No buts – We only use sorted sawn timber and original punched metal plate fasteners that have the required approvals

  • Control, control, control– The whole production process undergoes a daily inspection by the Factory Production Control department, which allows us to label our trusses with the CE marking.

  • What a waste to turn forests into paper – a numerically controlled production process and prefabrication lower the risk of human errors on the building site

  • Dry as bone – using sawn timber with a moisture content of up to 18% has a positive impact on the structure's stability and durability and eliminates the risk it being affected by rotting and fungi

  • If you want us to, we will impregnate. Wood. - When necessary, we impregnate wood with agents that are safe for humans and animals alike which is important in the case of animal houses,



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