S.R. Sloan, founded in 1960, is one of the oldest truss companies in the country and a leading manufacturer and wholesale supplier of wood components for the construction industry. They have operated as a family owned company for going on three generations. With over 250 years of combined experience in the industry, they have completed projects ranging from large multi-family and commercial developments, to single family track and custom homes. Other areas of specialty range from agricultural buildings down to garages and various other commercial type buildings designed for the medical, fast-food and banking services. S.R. Sloan has the resources and expertise available to provide a customized engineered solution for almost any construction project.
Quality is the focus of their experienced team at S.R. Sloan. You can rest assured knowing that when you use an S.R. Sloan product, it is built exactly to your specifications and will not only fit perfectly, but will be durable and delivered to your job site on time with your construction schedule. Whatever the scale of your project, they have the knowledge, technology and skills to help you accomplish it. They guarantee precision, their roof trusses are custom manufactured for a perfect fit for your project. Their roof trusses are engineered with framer friendly layouts to provide a solution to any architecturally drawn design. This process and their experience allow them to engineer the most affordable and time saving roof trusses on the market. You can rest assured that you will get the strength and durability from an S.R. Sloan truss because they are built for optimal structural integrity.
Knowledge is power…and S.R. Sloan's knowledge center is full of it. There you will find a one stop shop for information on the trusses and other industry materials. Gather information on their complete product line, get industry news updates, manufacturer’s literature and association links all in this one location. When you need information to help you work on your next construction project know that it’s all right there at your fingertips. Helpful technology tools include a Truss Calculator. Links of interest include Truss Technology, Truss Configurations, Truss Placement Plan, Truss Bracing, Truss Installation Guide and so much more.
Boise Cascade has a proven track record of providing quality wood products and a nationwide building materials distribution network for their customers. They manufacture plywood, engineered wood products, lumber, and particleboard and supply a broad line of wood products and building materials through their 33 distribution locations.
Boise Cascade Engineered Wood Products are among the most environmentally friendly “green” building products on planet Earth. They build better homes with stronger, stiffer floors using only wood purchased in compliance with Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI®) programs.
Boise Cascade manufactures and markets engineered wood products (EWP). These building products provide improved structural characteristics that use wood fiber more efficiently. Boise Cascade owns and operates the world’s two largest laminated veneer lumber (LVL) and I-joist manufacturing plants.
Boise Cascade Company manufactures a limited amount of Western framing lumber in both dimension and stud grades, which are used in a wide variety of structural framing applications.
Hem-fir dimension lumber is manufactured 2X4-2X12, and comes in 8’ – 20’ lengths. This lumber is graded std/#2&Btr, util/#3, and economy.
Studs are produced in hem-fir, fir-larch, ESLP, and WW 2X4 and 2X6 sizes. Lengths are PET 8’ -10’.
Boise Cascade relies on natural resources – air, water, energy, and trees – to make and distribute the wood products people use every day. They operate in ways that sustain these natural resources and protect the environment today and for generations to come. Boise Cascade has a solid record of responsible environmental commitment and performance, including protecting the air and water quality near their manufacturing sites, responsibly using energy and wood resources, reducing, reusing, and recycling manufacturing and finished product waste materials, and collaborating with others by listening to and acting on constructive ideas to demonstrate their commitment