Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt are a husband-and-wife team from Tampa, Florida, that makes dream homes come true. "What a cool and clever product that I recommend for every framing crew to have in their toolbox.”
The idea of a Billings builder is poised to dramatically change the way building is done – at least the way in which trusses are set into place for roofs.
TrussLox is a temporary truss bracing system made up of a unique light-weight and hands-free spreader bar. TrussLox is designed to self-set and secure trusses 24″ on-center while workers remain safely tied to the outside walls. TrussLox is secured to a truss while on the ground. A crane or lift then…
TrussLox lightweight, tough, and smart truss clips look like they make all the sense in the world. Set for 24-inch-on-center spacing, they’re reusable, TrussLox says, and they save crane time and man hours. They’re safe and—it looks to me like they wouldn’t take long to pay for themselves.
On Tuesday, February 19, 2019, during the Las Vegas International Builders Show, TrussLox LLC received the Safety Award for Excellence (SAFE) for their commitment to strong safety programs. NAHB acknowledges industry leaders for their commitment for innovation and contribution to construction…
The 2018 NAHB / Builders Mutual Insurance Company SAFE Award honors TrussLox LLC of Billings, Montana as first place winner in the category of Innovative Safety Program/Idea of the Year in honor for efforts which have led to a positive impact on workplace safety in the building industry.
A combination of construction labor shortage and tightening OSHA regulations prompted one professional framer to design, develop and patent an efficient and safe method to secure trusses during framing.
TrussLox ~ The most efficient and economical temporary truss bracing system in the world! Buy now and start saving time and Money with TrussLox built in locking technology.
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