Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Aber Roof Truss

Aber Roof Truss is a well known Roof Truss manufacturer operating in North Wales and servicing the surroundings areas such as Chester, Wirral, Merseyside and the Manchester regions. They are also able to deliver their products to other regions within the UK no matter how big or small the project may be.

They are well equipped with the latest technology and up to date equipment and machinery to carry out projects ranging from residential to large million pound contracts, providing top class service at every step of the way from tender through to after sales. Aber Roof Truss is able to produce over 1000 trusses a week.

Their highly skilled workforce offers a specialist service in the Trussed Rafter Industry offering a free site survey to all customers regardless of the size of the project. This guarantees the customers a set price from the dimensions they take for the Roof Truss adding no additional cost to the customer.

They also offer Oak and Feature Trusses, which are hand crafted features created to add style to any room. These can be made in a variety of timbers such as Green Oak, Air Dried Oak, Douglas Fir and Pitch Pine to name just a few.

More recently they have announced that they now manufacturer Eco-Joists which is an alternative to the more traditional joists which are becoming more popular within the Building Industry. The advantages of these joists are; light and robust to handle on site, quick to install, plenty of scope for servicing including electrical work and plumbing, they are also a lot stronger than traditional joists which eliminates a lot of issues such as creaking floors, cracks in plaster board and tiles.

They value their service and offer all their Customers, Value for money, Outstanding customer service every step of the way, Free site survey, Fast turn around, Quality end product, and Crane off-load on delivery.

Aber Roof Truss is proud to announce that they only use timber from companies that are PEFC certified, a non profit government organisation which promotes the way forests are managed.

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