Additional Stability for Stubbed Trusses

Stubbed trusses are an amendment to a standard truss where either one or both ends of the truss are shortened with the addition of a vertical timber member. The truss therefore no longer forms a traditional triangular shape at the ends.

Included in this guide:

Advice on placement of any additional bracing

Specification on type of nails required for fixings

Direction on angle that bracing should be positioned (typically 45 degrees)


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