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TRUSS Building Products

TRUSS Building Products

TRUSS Building Products is an innovator of high-performance, "Next Generation" rainware technology. Using advanced engineering and space technology spinoffs, TRUSS has invented, developed, patented and manufactured a line of rain and drainage control products never seen in the building products industry before.

Unlike other building materials, we utilized a 6000 aircraft grade hardened and extruded aluminum and created the strongest, longest lasting and corrosion resistant gutter and gutter protection system existing in the world today. We have also incorporated compounds such as Ti02 and hydrophilic coatings which were developed by and used widely for the leading edges of super sonic aircraft and exteriors of spacecraft dating back to the Saturn V rocket. Our products are engineered to withstand the harshest of environmental climates. By replicating technologies developed for aerospace in both aircraft and spaceflight, we have created a product line that performs more than five times the typical life cycle of other building products. 

We are headquartered in Boerne, Texas. We engineer and fabricate all our products under one roof.

Our mission is to radically revolutionize the rainware industry and create unequalled value and return on investment using advanced technology and delivering of exceptional customer service.

Partner Level: 
Certified Companies
Street: 
37535 IH 10 West
City: 
Boerne
State: 
TX
Postal code: 
78006
Country: 
United States

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