After the logs have aged and naturally checked in the drying process, each is again inspected to make sure it will meet BOCA building codes. Then they are brought into the production building for scribing and assembly by our experienced craftsmen. It will take approximately 40 to 50 hours to produce one White Cedar or Spruce log truss. It takes time to get the perfect fit we demand of ourselves.
To achieve the natural log home look without jeopardizing our truss’ engineering load requirements, we bury as much of the connecting steel as possible. Many of our customers do not want steel exposed on the face of their log / timber trusses, so we keep the bolts and steel hidden from view.
Then comes the finishing touch up peeling process. When our log or timber trusses leave the yard, they are wrapped and ready for installation and staining.
We specialize in custom trusses and will work with you to create a truss that adds stability and beauty to your project. Contact us to discuss your project needs.