Kingdon Truss is a leading supplier of roof and floor trusses to both production and custom builders and private homeowners.
Trusses are used on top of your walls, forming the ceiling and roof of your home. We design them to fit your exact specification and engineer them to provide many years of beauty and protection for you and your family.
Floor Trusses are manufactured with an open web design to allow wires, plumbing, and HVAC chases to be run with ease.
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Microllam headers and beams can be built-up on site to cut down on heavy lifting. Moreover, installation is quick with very little or no waste. The advanced manufacturing process minimizes many of the natural inconsistencies found in wood, such as knots, splits and wane.
Years ago, homeowners weren't concerned with squeaky floors. Today things are different; in fact the Trus-Joist Silent Floor system employs today's most advanced technology in order to create a floor system far superior to any conventional framing method available.
Mini-Barns & Sheds
Are you are sick of those old beat-up sheds made of low grade plastic or steel sheeting that last for 5 years, if you’re lucky, before they are an eyesore? Give one of Kingdon Truss sheds a chance. A Kingdon shed will save you headache, time and money in the long run.
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Kingdon Truss has a rich history in the Kawartha’s – we began manufacturing in Peterborough in 1840 and expanded to include our Lakefield location in 1927. Kingdon Truss is a branch of Kingdon Timber Mart. Read More
Wood trusses are one of the greenest and most cost effective ways to build because of the characteristics of wood, since the manufacturing of wood has a much lower environmental impact than concrete or steel.
Wood products hold a large amount of CO2 over their lifetime which offsets their environmental footprint.
At this point the North American reforestation plan exceeds the harvesting of trees by 40%.
Another way in which wood truss manufacturing is successful is due to the fact that it uses young growth trees, leaving those big beauties to marvel at. Wood manufacturing Life Cycle Assessments show us that wood products have a lighter footprint than most other comparable products.
The next time you're thinking of building a residential, commerical or agricultural structure, think wood.