Custom Trusses Could be That One-of-a-Kind Feature Homeowners Are Searching for
Today’s custom homeowners are looking for that one thing that sets their home apart. Exposed trusses, particularly in log and timber frame homes, can add that special wow factor. Trusses are commonly used in interior and exterior entryways for a dramatic effect. They can also be used in great rooms to complement high-vaulted ceilings and be added to a master bedroom to make an ordinary space jaw-dropping.
While trusses add spectacular visual appeal, they actually serve as a home’s primary support system, supporting the roof and helping to distribute weight on load-bearing walls. In conventional homes, trusses are typically hidden within the ceilings. Yet many log and cabin homeowners prefer exposed trusses as a way to showcase the natural wood beauty, the architectural design of a home, and create a rustic look and feel.
There are many different truss styles to choose from that can be used to reflect the style and design preferences of your clients. From elegant scissor trusses and classic king post trusses to soaring hammerbeam trusses, the design options are pretty endless. Choose decorative truss connectors to bring attention to the truss construction, or stick with a classic look where the connections are hidden and the focus remains on the beauty of the wood. Curved brackets in a king post truss, alternating stain colors, and sandblasting are all ways to create a unique aesthetic for your customers.You can further customize the design by choosing erough-sawn, hand adzed or smooth timber or logs.
Wow Your Customers with a Custom Truss
Whether your clients already have a truss designed or are still searching for just the right features for their home, you can take the job on with the help of Heartwood Mills. Our skilled craftsmen can handcraft your truss using carefully inspected wood that has gone through our rigorous kiln-drying process. Heartwood Mills is better equipped than most manufacturers to accommodate your designs because we have the equipment and expertise to cut structural beams up to 30 feet in length. Once crafted, we then wrap and ship the truss fully pre-assembled for easy installation. After your truss arrives at your job site, our team is available to consult with you to help ensure installation goes smoothly.
We can also help create custom designs for truss systems. Our staff will collaborate with you to bring your ideas to life, or we can present designs to your team to help you get inspired.
Get in touch to start a conversation about how we can work together to add the crafting of beautiful custom trusses to your list of services.