Steel Truss Buildings
What some companies tout as upgrade options are standard features on Worldwide Steel metal buildings. Our Steel Truss design has proven to be the strongest truss available, yet easy to work with during the assembly process. Plus, we back the open web truss in our steel building kits with an industry-leading 50 year warranty. When you want to build a steel structure that’s truly DIY, dependable and durable, you want Worldwide Steel.
Our complete steel & metal building packages can be customized and combined with other materials to create a long-lasting, beautiful building designed for your special requirements. Whether you’re building a metal home, a pole barn, or any other kind of steel structure, Worldwide Steel Buildings offers a metal truss design to suit your needs:
Open web truss: This truss offers unmatched strength with the ease of assembly not requiring heavy equipment to set your trusses.
Rigid frame truss: This truss is ideal for commercial buildings and is available in clearspans up to 225′.
Gambrel truss: This truss is designed primarily for the agricultural/farm building look.
All our trusses are available in standard or long bay options. Your building can be designed to virtually any desired dimension to achieve the optimal solution for your building requirements at the most economical price available.
Steel Truss Building Colors, Sheet Metal and Trim
Worldwide Steel Buildings uses high quality 26 & 29 gauge sheet metal with an 80,000 PSI tensile strength. With class 4 impact rating to withstand the most severe weather, your steel structure will be tough enough to resist abuse yet not brittle like harder versions that are on the market. Economical 36″ coverage is cut to length and is available in 18 colors and galvalume.
Plus, all WorldWide Steel Buildings come with a complete deluxe trim package to give your building a beautiful finished look.
Worldwide Steel Buildings Color Selector
Steel Building Sizes and Options
Open Web Truss Buildings are available in widths of 12′ through 80′ clear span and with side walls of 8′ through 30′ in height. Custom sizes are also available upon request with an additional engineering charge. For additional space, half trusses are available in 12′– 40′ widths to match your building. Self-supporting roof overhangs are available in 1′–14′ widths. Either can be added before or after the erection of your building. Steel trusses are spaced to meet your local snow/wind load building requirements.
How We Build Our Steel Trusses
All of our trusses are built with high quality American steel. Precision jig fitting tables are used in manufacturing all of our steel trusses to eliminate even the smallest variations to guarantee you a precise, easy to erect truss.
Each truss is 100% pre-welded and pre-punched at our factory, even the clips for the 2 x 6 purlins and 2 x 4 girts are pre-welded to greatly cut down on your valuable erection time. Only after all of these steps have been completed, then the finished truss is taken and completely submerged twice in a rust proof coating to insure your building truss a long maintenance-free life. All our trusses are backed by a 50 year warranty on materials and workmanship.
Rigid Frame trusses available with bay spacing 15′ through 30′ and widths up through 225′. Other spacing and widths available.
Other Building Options
Full line of Sliding or Overhead Doors
Walk doors — solid or with glass
Sky light panels
Stamped, engineered drawings
Steel Truss Building Erection Manuals
We manufacture our trusses & buildings with the do-it-yourselfer in mind. All WorldWide Steel Building Trusses are pre-punched and easily bolt together and have the purlin and girt clips factory welded for ease of construction. All steel purlins and girts attach to the clips with self-drilling screws. Your sheet metal, roofing, eaves and trim attach to the purlins and girts with colored, self-drilling screws that are flanged and self-sealing to prevent leaks. Your building also comes with a step-by-step erection manual to guide you from start to completion.
Open Web Truss Erection Manual