Posted by: Jay Halteman on Wednesday, March 9, 2016
If you live in a wood frame home it was made with “wall panels”. No way? Way; because every wood frame home is built with “wall panels”. That’s right - wall panels have been used on every wood frame home since the onset of dimensional lumber and the invention of platform framing in the late 1700’s. Wall panels (a/k/a/wall-frames) have always been laid-out, parts cut, and assembled on a flat surface, usually on the floor deck or slab of the structure being framed. When completed, the carpenter’s crew gathered together to erect the “panel”, nail and brace the wall in position, then start on the next wall segment. So, wood frame wall panels are nothing new. Everyone uses them; they always have, and they always will.
Posted by: Jay Halteman on Monday, September 28, 2015
Wood Truss Systems, Inc has just launched a brand new website and we're thrilled to share it with the wood component industry. This process has been ongoing since the plan was hatched back in November of 2014. Since then we have ...