US LBM opens new floor and roof truss plant in Atlanta
May 5, 2022 | 11:07 am CDT

Brand Vaughan, a division of US LBM, opened a 25,000-sq.-ft. floor and roof truss manufacturing facility in Georgia.

ATLANTA -- US LBM has opened a new floor and roof truss manufacturing facility in Lithonia, Ga. The new location operates as part of US LBM's Brand Vaughan division and supplies floor and roof trusses to residential and commercial builders in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area.

Situated just outside of Atlanta in southeastern DeKalb County, The 25,000-square-foot truss facility operates one roof truss line and one-floor truss line, provides in-house design, and uses computerized saws and technology for accurate truss setup and profiles. 

In addition to the new truss facility, Brand Vaughan operates seven locations across northern Georgia, providing professional builders with a wide range of materials, including lumber, engineered wood products, windows, exterior and interior doors and trim, rebar, roofing, and siding.

"Providing builders the resources they need to get the job done on time and on budget is what Brand Vaughan is known for across Georgia, and this new truss plant expands both our capabilities and commitment to our customers," said US LBM Southeast Region Vice President of Operations Jon Vaughan.
 

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