Steel & Metal Trusses for Massachusetts State
Wooden trusses are often the go-to product for ag buildings, but they have a few problems: they reduce usable headroom, take longer to install, and do not have the enduring quality of steel.
At Buffalo River Truss, we offer a better solution for your new structure: metal & steel trusses!
Why Work With Buffalo River Truss?
We know how important it is to find reliable suppliers for your Massachusetts construction projects. That’s why we focus on the following:
- Keep standard truss sizes in stock for shorter lead times
- Engineer approved drawings on all standard trusses
- Keep our set of engineer drawings updated and to code
- Offer trusses up to 100’ in width on a variety of roof pitches
- Customer satisfaction through rapid problem resolution
- High-capacity production and raw materials kept in stock
We Make Getting Trusses in Massachusetts Simple
Our team will help determine the trusses you need based on your building’s blueprint or drawings.
Scheduling & Engineering
We keep you updated on lead times and any additional required engineering.
Receive your new trusses and enjoy the faster installation & increased storage space!
Transform Your Next Riding Arena, Pole Barn, or Ag Structure in Massachusetts with Metal or Steel Trusses!
If you are building a new ag structure in Massachusetts but have some concerns or frustrations about traditional wooden roof trusses, then take a look at steel trusses.
These steel truss systems not only increase your building's headroom and interior aesthetics but are also faster to install and will increase your barn's structural integrity.
Call us today to see how we can take your structure to the next level!
Are you a homeowner seeking steel and metal roof trusses for your pole barns, riding arenas, and agricultural structures? At Buffalo River Truss, we're committed to offering an innovative alternative to the traditional wooden truss system, ensuring that your new construction project in Massachusetts is built to last and withstand the test of time.
Massachusetts, a state steeped in history and culture, provides a unique backdrop for your building endeavors. Located in the heart of New England, Massachusetts is characterized by its rich heritage, diverse landscapes, and a blend of bustling urban areas and charming small towns.
For those exploring Massachusetts or considering making it their home, here are the top ten attractions to explore:
- Freedom Trail in Boston
- Fenway Park
- Cape Cod National Seashore
- Plymouth Rock and Plimoth Plantation
- The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Salem Witch Trials Memorial
- Harvard University
- Martha's Vineyard
- Old Sturbridge Village
- Mount Greylock State Reservation
Massachusetts boasts a diverse demographic makeup, with a mixture of ethnicities and backgrounds contributing to the state's cultural richness. Its history is deeply intertwined with the founding of the United States, with significant events like the Boston Tea Party and the signing of the Mayflower Compact.
Economically, Massachusetts is a powerhouse, driven by sectors like technology, healthcare, education, finance, and biotechnology. The state is home to renowned universities and research institutions, fostering innovation and economic growth. The Greater Boston area, in particular, serves as a hub for startups and established companies alike.
If you are located in Massachusetts and want to use steel trusses for your next building project, contact Buffalo River Truss today. Our cutting-edge solutions are designed to withstand Massachusetts' varying weather conditions and ensure the longevity and structural integrity of your pole barns, riding arenas, and agricultural structures. We would be happy to help you find what you need.
We serve all counties in Massachusetts, including:
Barnstable County, Berkshire County, Bristol County, Dukes County, Essex County, Franklin County, Hampden County, Hampshire County, Middlesex County, Nantucket County, Norfolk County, Plymouth County, Suffolk County, Worcester County
As well as all major cities in Massachusetts, including:
Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Lowell, Cambridge, New Bedford, Brockton, Quincy, Lynn, Fall River, Newton, Lawrence, Somerville, Framingham, Haverhill, Waltham, Malden, Brookline, Plymouth, and Medford
We look forward to hearing from you!