Increase Your Barn's
Headroom, Strength,
& Aesthetics
Steel & metal roof trusses for pole barns, riding arenas, & ag structures

Increase Your Barn's
Headroom Strength,
& Aesthetics

Steel & metal roof trusses for pole barns, riding arenas, & ag structures

Storage Space

Structural Integrity


Steel & Metal Trusses for South Carolina 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!

Headroom & Storage

Structural design combined with fewer trusses allow for more overhead storage space when working with larger items.

Install Times

Metal truss systems typically install faster than wooden trusses- reducing building installation time!


Enjoy an open and airy interior due to the strength of steel, truss design, and

Structural Integration

Besides being steel, our trusses mount on the top and side of the posts and integrate the post into the roof structure.

Why Work With Buffalo River Truss?

We know how important it is to find reliable suppliers for your South Carolina 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

“Top notch service and super quick turnarounds. I dropped in today and picked up a set of 30 foot trusses. Thanks guys, you saved the day!”

We Make Getting Trusses in South Carolina Simple

  • 1

    Contact Us

    Our team will help determine the trusses you need based on your building’s blueprint or drawings.

  • 2

    Scheduling & Engineering

    We keep you updated on lead times and any additional required engineering.

  • 3


    Receive your new trusses and enjoy the faster installation & increased storage space!

Transform Your Next Riding Arena, Pole Barn, or Ag Structure in South Carolina with Metal or Steel Trusses!

If you are building a new ag structure in South Carolina 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 building a large riding arena, pole barn, or ag structure in South Carolina? 

If so, you probably want to find the best methods and materials for building it. Here at Buffalo River Truss we offer high quality steel roofing trusses to help make your building the best and strongest possible. 

Metal trusses offer several advantages over wooden ones, including increased headroom and storage space, better aesthetics, and faster install time. 

Give us a call today to learn more! 

Located in the beautiful coastal Southeastern region, South Carolina is the 40th largest and 23rd most populous state in the US. It has a population of slightly over 5 million people. 

South Carolina has an incredibly varied landscape. The state’s topography is divided into three main sections: the Atlantic Coastal Plain, the Piedmont, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The climate is varied because of all the diverse topography, but it mainly has a humid subtropical climate with hot, humid summers, and mild winters. It also contains many salt marshes and estuaries. 

The state of South Carolina is known for its earthquakes, being the most seismically active state on the east coast. The Charleston area gets the most frequent earthquakes. 

Even so, South Carolina is a fun state to visit to sight-see and go adventuring. Some neat South Carolina Attractions include: 

  • Falls Park on the Reedy 
  • Fort Sumter National Monument 
  • Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum 
  • Broadway at the Beach 
  • Joe Riley Waterfront Park 
  • Brookgreen Gardens 
  • Middleton Place 
  • Magnolia Plantation and Gardens 
  • Coligny Beach 
  • Ripley’s Aquarium of Myrtle Beach 
  • Boone Hall Plantation 
  • Charleston City Market 

Although the number of farms in South Carolina has decreased since the mid-20th century, agriculture is still alive in the state. Brittanica says this about South Carolina’s economy and industry: 

Previously of limited value, livestock and poultry have come to play an increasingly prominent role in the agricultural economy, especially in the Piedmont. Broilers (young chickens), cattle, and calves are indeed among the most lucrative of the state’s agricultural products. The coastal commercial seafood industry, which focuses on shrimp, crabs, and oysters, is also significant.

With forests covering roughly two-thirds of the state, forestry is a major industry in South Carolina. Hardwoods (e.g., oak) are harvested primarily for lumber, and softwoods (e.g., pine) are harvested for paper production. Most reforestation programs, which generally have been successful, have emphasized the planting of pine.

If you are located in South Carolina and you are interested in steel trusses for your next ag building, pole barn, riding arena, or other large structure, give us a call at Buffalo River Truss. We would be happy to help you find what you need.

We serve all counties in South Carolina: 

Greenville, Richland, Charleston, Horry, Spartanburg, Lexington, York, Berkeley, Anderson, Beaufort, Aiken, Dorchester, Florence, Pickens, Sumter, Lancaster, Orangeburg, Oconee,  Greenwood, Laurens, Kershaw, Darlington, Georgetown, Cherokee, Chesterfield, Colleton, Newberry, Chester, Clarendon, Williamsburg, Marion, Dillon, Jasper, Union, Marlboro, Edgefield, Abbeville, Fairfield, Barnwell, Hampton, Saluda, Lee, Calhoun, Bamberg, McCormick, Allendale

As well as all major cities in South Carolina, including: 

Charleston, Columbia, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Rock Hill, Greenville, Summerville, Goose Creek, Sumter, Florence, Hilton Head Island, Spartanburg, Greer, Myrtle Beach, Aiken, Anderson, Bluffton, Mauldin, Socastee, Carolina Forest, Fort Mill, North Augusta, Taylors, Simpsonville, Lexington, Easley, Greenwood, Conway, St. Andrews, Wade Hampton, Hanahan, Five Forks, North Myrtle Beach, West Columbia, Clemson, Red Hill, Berea, Seven Oaks, Dentsville, Gantt, Ladson, Cayce, Lake Wylie, Parker, Beaufort, Orangeburg, Port Royal, Moncks Corner, Gaffney, Tega Cay, Oak Grove, James Island, Irmo, Forest Acres, Garden City, Boiling Springs, Newberry, Fountain Inn, Red Bank, Little River

We look forward to hearing from you!