Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Timber Truss Frame Roof

Timber roof walls are usually framed or sturdy. Traditionally shaped truss frame roof walls use a combination of several materials including processed timber products such as plywood or other laminated timber products, fiberglass insulation, exterior cladding, interior sheet metal, and several types of wall cladding. 

A solid truss frame shelter wall made of tree trunks or lumber has one product – timber or lumber. The consumption of energy and CO2 produced in the production of timber and lumber is less than that of producing all the different materials in traditional wall frames.

Consumers are far more aware of the environmental effects of using different materials and increasingly sensitive to the hazards of exposure to chemically treated substances. Trunk and timber 100% natural. 

As a natural product, this ingredient does not emit VOCs or other contaminants on the outside or inside. Trees are made of soil, water, and air which combine with solar energy in the amazing process of photosynthesis. 

Solid truss frame roof is environmentally and ecologically friendly and the only building product that is biodegradable, renewable, energy-efficient, recyclable, and exquisite. Sustainable plantation growth reduces greenhouse gases by consuming CO2 from the atmosphere as the trees grow. 

Political pressure to reduce carbon emissions such as the Kyoto Protocol is likely to continue and it becomes increasingly important to find solutions. The use of solid truss roof structures such as timber houses can make a positive contribution.