Tampa Hall trusses are available as either stand-alone roof systems or part of our complete
Lumber is either surfaced-dry (S-DRY) or kiln-dried (K.D.), and in many
cases is heat-treated as well, per your plan specification. Lumber grade is
as specified by our truss design engineers, and is SPF No. 2 & better,
including for webs. High strength MSR lumber is used on certain trusses to
obtain efficiencies and cost savings for our customers.
Sealed engineering drawings are prepared for each truss order we
manufacture when required. Drawings are made available to the customer for
permit approvals, as required by your building official.
Each Tampa Hall truss bears the individual line inspector’s seal and
number, as part of our assurance of quality. The truss is stamped only
after the inspector conducts a final visual check during the final assembly
stage of the manufacturing process.
Our quality standards are applied consistently and rigorously to our
Tampa Hall is the first Canadian manufacturer to be Wood Truss Council of America (WTCA) QC-Certified.