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Wood Trusses

162 Verified Suppliers (Page 1 of 4)
FEATURED SUPPLIERS
Knapp Truss, Inc.  
Edgemont, AR
 
Salem Truss LLC  
Salem, MO
 
PREFERRED SUPPLIERS
Piney Flats, TN
 
Cambridge Springs, PA
Engineering wooden roof & floor trusses
 
Rutherford, TN
Colored and natural, wholesale and retail
 
Marshall, MN
Wooden floor & roof trusses, LVL headers, I-joists, hangers, 2x6 & 2x8 columns, wall panels, engineered lumber & cultured stone
 
Gray, GA
 
Idaho Falls, ID
 
Griffin, GA
Roof & Floor Trusses, Engineered Wood
 
Wantage, NJ
Wooden trusses & light gage, cold formed steel trusses
 
Tucson, AZ
Doing Business for over 20 Years
 
San Antonio, TX
 
OTHER SUPPLIERS
Mount Airy, MD
Troy, MO
Batesville, AR
Emlenton, PA
Steamboat Springs, CO
Westminster, CO
Montrose, CO
Commerce City, CO
Alcoa, TN
Marshfield, WI
Flemingsburg, KY
Eloy, AZ
Lexington, KY
Middlesex, NC
Frisco, TX
New Braunfels, TX
El Paso, TX
Fort Lupton, CO
Phoenix, AZ
Hesperia, CA
Maryville, TN
Mount Horeb, WI
Cullman, AL
Emmitsburg, MD
Lewisville, TX
Walla Walla, WA
Mebane, NC
Nicholasville, KY
Fort Pierce, FL
Evansville, IN
Meridian, MS
Ash Flat, AR
Fairfield, CA
Woodbury Heights, NJ
Wanatah, IN
Marysville, OH
Madison, AL
Russell Springs, KY
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Five trends in building materials
Monday, July 24, 2017
The architecture and construction industry certainly isn't stagnant when it comes to innovation and progress. Many are aware that green building, for example, has become hugely popular in both residential and commercial building design. While construction techniques change with times as industry leaders find more effective ways of building, the materials used in construction have the biggest impact on future building design. Wood will always play a major part in building construction. It is the most traditional material used and few buildings are constructed without wood products being used. Unfortunately wood alone has many downsides when it comes to longevity, durability, availability, and sustainability. Wood isn't a weak material, but it certainly has weaknesses that many would rath...(Full Article)
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