Roof, Floor, Pole Barn, and Custom Trusses
in Pasco County, FL
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Services We Offer
Great trusses for residential and commercial buildings in Pasco County.
Hitek is your go-to resource for top-quality, built-to-last roof trusses. We pride ourselves on only sourcing the highest quality lumber on the market from carefully-screened suppliers. Regardless of the style, shape, or capabilities, you are looking for, your Hitek roof truss will meet the need.
We don’t make compromises or cut any corners in building floor trusses. Each product produced by Hitek is designed for the top load capacity in accordance with safety standards. No matter what type of floor truss you need for your residential or commercial building in Pasco County, we’ll make it happen.
Pole Barn Trusses
Pole barn trusses call for a versatile blend of hard-lined construction, detailed knowledge of building codes, environmental factors, and a keen understanding of future usage requirements. When you choose Hitek to build your pole barn truss, you can rest assured it will stand the test of time.
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Serving the Proud People of Pasco County, Florida
Hitek Truss Company is firmly dedicated to helping the people of Pasco County, FL meet and exceed their goals with expert truss design. We serve the entirety of Pasco County, including (but not limited to) the following cities:
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Pasco County, Florida
Pasco County was established in 1887 on the Gulf side of Florida. It was formed from the southern third of Hernando County – as Citrus was formed from the northern third. The county was named after Samuel Pasco, who had been recently elected to the U.S Senate.
Pasco County is surrounded by Hernando, Sumter, Polk, Hillsborough, and Pinellas Counties.
There are many attractions to experience in Pasco County, including Giraffe Ranch, Anclote Keys, Werner-Boyce Salt Springs, and more.
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Frequently Asked Questions
It depends upon how you want them designed. But usually made for 10lbs -12 lbs per sq ft
They are used in different applications please call for more information.
Anywhere from 2x4 to 2x12
You do that in the design phase. Otherwise, it is more work than it is worth.
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