Trusses

  

Mobile Lumber & Millwork’s state-of-the-art truss plant, located in Bay Minette, Alabama, utilizes Mitek CAD-based, proprietary wooden truss design software to ensure exacting standards are met. In addition to traditional plan view layouts, we also generate 3-D graphics that give an accurate representation of what any roof line will be – from virtually any perspective- by showing every truss in place.


We manufacture our metal plate connected wood trusses to the highest quality, nationally recognized standards using state-of-the-art computerized equipment.


Our Bay Minette production facility is housed in a 164,000 square foot building and is home to two 120 ft. steel top tables sporting three gantries with exacting laser technology. Mobile Lumber’s truss delivery trucks are some of the best in the industry. With 53’ and 66’ Trussmaster heavy-duty stretch roll-off truss trailers we are able to get almost any size load safely to the jobsite.


Why should you choose Mobile Lumber trusses?

Whether your next project is a production home, custom home or a multi-family project, our Mitek CAD software ensures that your truss package will be a structurally sound and cost effective solution for your building needs. We can handle any project, large or small, in common sizes or designs, or to your custom specifications. In addition to eliminating the problems associated with building trusses onsite, our services save you time, money and materials. Engineered trusses go up faster and easier, with less skilled labor requirements, no matter how complicated the roof or ceiling is. 


  • Floor Trusses
  • Roof Trusses
  • Wood I-Joists
  • LVL Beams
  • Engineered Seals
  • Superior Service
  • State-of-the-Art Laser Technology
  • CAD Designs


A Quick Note on Bracing

It is essential that trusses be securely braced, both during installation and after permanent installation. Individual trusses are designed as structural components. All trusses should be installed straight, plumb and aligned at the specified spacing. Trusses should be inspected for structural damage.

Temporary restraint/bracing is an important element of safe truss installation. Refer to Recommended Design Specifications for Temporary Bracing of Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses (DSB-89) by the Truss Plate Institute or Building Component Safety Information BCSI 1-03 Booklet by TPI and WTCA. For your convenience, we’ve included a link to the B2 Summary- Truss Installation & Temporary Restraint/Bracing. This 8-page document provides options for safe temporary restraint/bracing installations and strongly emphasizes how all lateral restraint needs to be stabilized with diagonal bracing, while showing how to get the first five trusses erected, restrained and braced efficiently and safely for the benefit of the crew and the project. Temporary bracing should remain in place as long as necessary for the safe and acceptable completion of the roof or floor. 

We've also included the BCSI-B1 Summary Sheet- A Guide for Handling, Installing, Restraining and Bracing of Trusses

Mobile Lumber Truss Plant
2423 Hwy 31 South
Bay Minette, AL 36507
251-937-8842