An attic truss is a type of roof truss with an open space at its bottom center to accommodate a living space, with webbing above and on either side of this living space.
The Dual Pitch Truss has a different angle or slope on each side of the truss apex. This type of truss is very commonly used, and can conform to the design of many homes.
The most commonly used truss in residential construction, it is a symmetrical truss that has arms which angle upwards from the bottom chord, forming V-shaped webs, which support the interior of the structure.
A Hip Truss is a truss that has a flat top instead of the common peaks you see on traditional homes.
Mono Pitch Trusses are usually used in shed-type roofs and lean-to roofs. They are basically half of a normal truss.
With a barn-like appearance, the Gambrel Roof is a symmetrical, double-sided roof with a double slope on each side
The cathedral truss provides a vaulted ceiling along one portion of the span.
The flat truss is used in roofs or floors. It may be designed as top or bottom chord bearing, or for simple or multiple spans.
A girder truss is typically present in L- or T-shaped buildings due to the fact that the roof changes direction at a sharp angle.
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