Our ProductsOur building components are engineered to provide time, labor, material and cost savings over conventional products.
Manufactured in a controlled environment using the latest computer technology, modern plant facilities and advanced equipment, Building Components Group, Inc. produces the highest quality components in the industry.
Metal Roof Trusses
Key Benefits of Metal Roof TrussesLight gauge steel roof trusses have proven to be the building industry’s answer for a highly engineered, totally non-combustible and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional building materials. Consistent structural performance, flexibility in design, and cost-effective fabrication and delivery make cold formed light gauge steel trusses an excellent solution for roof systems.
- Does not warp, twist, bow, shrink, swell, shift or rot.
- Virtually limitless roof and ceiling profiles that can accommodate almost any roof geometry.
- 100% non-combustible support.
- “GREEN SYSTEMS” produced from recycled steel.
- Mold- and termite-resistant.
- High strength-to-weight ratio maximizes building design flexibility and provides rigid structural integrity.
- Fabricated in controlled environment to ensure quality, consistency and safety.
Light-weight and easy to handle, metal trusses are 100% non-combustible "green systems" offering the most versatile solution for architecturally appealing, sustainable structures that meet and exceed fire code requirements.
Using recycled LEED-friendly, uniform quality materials, our light gauge steel trusses are pre-engineered and pre-fabricated by experienced truss professionals committed to delivering quality, value and performance.
Building Components Group, Inc. utilizes the cutting-edge design software and professional engineering services of Aegis Metal Framing. Additional technical support is available through the links below. These print and on-line educational resources and tools are designed to help you and your installers achieve an on-time, on-budget performance.
Wood Roof Trusses
Key Benefits of WOOD Roof Trusses
- Stronger and capable of much larger spans than dimensional lumber.
- Ability to be creatively designed for a variety of distinctive roof shapes.
- Light in weight but capable of carrying heavy loads.
- Designed to eliminate deflections, providing level ceilings and less chance of plaster or drywall cracks.
- Able to withstand greater loads than conventional framing.
- Long, clear spans provide more flexibility in placing interior walls, beams and columns.
- Expand vaulting options and decrease internal load bearings.
Wood Floor Trusses
Wood Floor Trusses
- Can span great distances, creating larger open spaces below, unobstructed by columns and partitions.
- Open web design allows for the trusses to expand and contract with humidity and heat, thereby ensuring greater long-term stability and reducing the chance of annoying floor squeaks.
- Manufactured in a controlled environment so there’s less chance of warping, shrinking and twisting of lumber.
- Saves timber resources by reducing the amount of waste wood generated during construction.
- When compared to traditional beam construction, manufactured wood floor truss systems are stronger and easier and faster to install.
- Allows for utilities to be run without drilling or cutting holes.
Stairs & Railings
Stairs & Railings
- The most efficient and cost effective method of stair building.
- Pre-fabrication in our factory allows for greater precision and cost saving over job-built stairs.
- Provides a significant cost advantage over steel and concrete stairs.
- Easily adapts to upgrade treads, risers, and railing systems.
Pressure Treated Trusses & Stairs
Key Benefits of PRESSURE TREATED Trusses and Stairs
- Protection against decay, fungus and wood-destroying pests such as termites.
- Borate-treated wood products are safe for people, pets and the environment, and require no special handling or disposal.
- Provides better quality and durability with no need for design or construction changes.
- Does not adversely affect the strength properties of the treated lumber.