RedBuilt Open-Web Trusses
Commercial-grade floor trusses and roof trusses
Trusses built to last and to order.
RedBuilt’s local technical representatives work closely with architects and engineers to create custom orders of open-web trusses that support floor areas and roof spaces up to and over 100 feet. Crafted by hand to your precise specifications, these strong and light trusses adapt to any structure.
Our engineered wood and steel trusses at a glance:
Strong and lightweight
Available in spans over 100 feet
Custom manufactured to your project specs
Flexible options for innovative, economical design
Open-Web Trusses are available in nine profiles so you can design and build almost anything. Whether your project has an incredibly long span or is a typical light commercial job, we have a solution. With a high strength-to-weight ratio, open-web trusses are uniquely suited for large open spaces and easy installation of plumbing, electrical, and ductwork. We build each truss by hand specifically for your job, then ship it upright for strict quality assurance.
And you get more than a product. Your local representative can assist with design configuration, budget pricing, building system integration, detailed specification, and support throughout your build.
Curious about the possibilities? Our regional technical reps can help from spec’ing all the way through installation. Talk to a technical rep.
Why spec RedBuilt Open-Web Trusses?
|Open-Web Trusses||Other Trusses|
Trusses are built to your exact specs in 1 of 3 U.S. facilities.
Product is sold off the assembly line, each the same as the last.
Manufacturing quality trusses isn’t good enough. Our trusses maintain their quality through installation and beyond.
Shipped However They Fit
Trusses are often shipped lying flat, which could compromise structural integrity.
Get help from technical reps who specialize in your region and are backed by our experienced technical team.
No In-Market Help
Support is indirect, through sales staff who may have limited product experience.
The bottom line? We lighten your load by helping you reduce errors and time cycles.
Our trusses span decades.
Each open-web truss we ship is built on a foundation of history, integrity and quality. In the late 1950s, RedBuilt’s founders invented an innovative composite steel and engineered wood open-web truss. Today, headquartered in Boise, ID, RedBuilt owns and operates four manufacturing plants, five design centers, and a country-wide technical sales team embedded and active in local communities. With the needs of structures evolving, we work collaboratively to provide cohesive solutions from open-web trusses to I-joists, LVL, wall panels, and more.
Reduce errors. Shorten cycle time.
Talk trusses with us.
Installing exposed trusses and solving a skylight dilemma
When the team at Worman Resources Inc., a development and construction company in Kelowna, British Columbia, started designing a two-story, mixed-use building in a trendy neighborhood in Kelowna’s South Pandosy District, they knew they wanted to include exposed trusses.VIEW MORE
X-Shaped School Creates Unique Framing Challenges
The architectural vision provided by Hacker Architects created a unique-shaped building set together with complex angles. Wood was selected for its economical benefits, along with the desire for aesthetic appeal with exposed material.VIEW MORE
How RedBuilt roof trusses helped support Utah businesses
Read about how RedBuilt roof trusses and structural reveals were used in 106 Exchange, a 60,442 square foot professional office space that now stands in South Jordan, Utah. Through hands-on, knowledgeable customer care, as well as close collaboration, a space was created true to the architects' vision using RedBuilt roof trusses.VIEW MORE
Floor strength for a second story basketball court
When you think of a typical basketball gymnasium, you probably imagine a court built on top of a ground-level slab on grade with nothing underneath. But for the Lighthouse Baptist Church multi-purpose building in La Verne, California, putting the gym floor at ground level wasn’t an option.VIEW MORE