Affordable Steel Roof Truss Design, Roof Truss CAD Drawing Services
Added: (Tue Oct 13 2009)
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Engineered roof trusses are the most preferred choice of builders today and are far better than the old roof frames. The primary advantages of using pre-fabricated roof trusses are construction speed and cost savings. Each type of roof truss is designed to suit specific structural and aesthetic needs of a home or building. It is important to understand different types of roof truss designs when planning a new home to achieve better performance and aesthetics for your home’s roof.
OSD Engineering services focus on providing accurate, time-bound and affordable CAD detailing and Drawings services for Steel and Prefabricated roof trusses. Our team of skilled draughts men & structural engineering professionals can convert your hand-drawn sketches/scribbles, existing paper drawings and design data into a set of complete structural details in CAD and deliver editable, multi-layered drawings in DWG, DGN, DXF, etc format.
Detailed aesthetic, functional and load considerations are required while choosing the best roof truss design for a given roof shape, size and installation complexity. We discuss all of these factors with your architect and roof truss engineer before providing CAD drawings of roof trusses for any new home or major remodeling project.
Using advanced CAD technology (AutoCAD, Revit, StruCAD, Microstation) and 3D Imaging, we provide unique framing details and expressions in quicker turnaround time. Whatever truss type you need - we have the expertise and design software to bring it to life. Our truss design experts work with your exact loading specifications to consistently provide you with precision built, custom trusses, time and time again!
Save upto 60% of your costs by outsourcing Roof Truss Design and CAD Drawings related requirements to us today!
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