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  • VTCR Valley Truss Connectors
  • Source: REMODELING Magazine 9/15/2010
  • Erecting or retrofitting valley trusses just got easier. The VTCR Valley Truss Connector can be installed on top of roof sheathing or directly to the framing below, eliminating the need to add a support wedge under the valley truss or to bevel the bottom chord to match the roof pitch. For time savings, the VTCR connector installs after the valley truss has been set. The connector installs from one side with nails or with the maker's Strong-Drive SD structural connector screws, for 30% greater uplift capacity. Suitable for beveled or non-beveled bottom chords, the VTCR is clearly marked for fast setup of pitches from 0:12 to 12:12. More

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  • Screen Tight Introduces MINITrack Aluminum Screen Porch Framing System
  • Source: ebuild 8/5/2009
  • Screen Tight has expanded its line of extruded aluminum porch screening systems with the addition of an ultra low profile system that's perfect for second floor or higher porch applications. The versatile MINItrack system is ideal for any housing style and blends in without any visible obstructions to create a clean, rich seamless look. More
  • Socket Systems Manufactures a Steel Coupling System Called Lumber Link
  • Source: ebuild 7/29/2009
  • This 1/4 inch plate steel joins 6 x 6 timbers to create a clear span building up to 30 feet wide and 60 feet wide using 6 x 8 timbers. Frames are assembled on the ground with your choice of gable or gambrel roof and raised into place using the foot locking system. No cranes of lifting equipment is needed. More

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