Residential end frame trusses (also referred to as gable end frames) are widely used above the end walls of a building which save the time and expenses of having to field frame the end wall to match the slope of the roof. End frame trusses are designed to have continuous support along their entire span which is why they are classified as non-structural. End frames have vertical nailers at 2′ on center to allow sheathing to be applied. End frames are professionally designed with state of the art computer programs. The lumber components are precision cut and assembled together with galvanized steel truss plates in a factory controlled environment.
- Built with a 2′ overhang on each side (Note: May be trimmed to desired overhang length)
- Pictures are for illustrational purposes only, actual lumber and web pattern may vary.