Do you ever wonder how a tiny house is built strong enough to be towed without warping or incurring any type of damage due to strong winds?
On our last webinar, we talked briefly about what’s known as Simpson Strong Ties. Also known as Seismic Strong Ties. They’re sometimes called Hurricane Ties too.
You use these in stick built structures to help make them stronger, especially useful for the trusses, rafters, and studs on little homes on trailers.
These genius ties make building your dwelling easier and way stronger than they’d normally be without them.
To learn more about Seismic Strong Tie Connectors click here. If you want to place an order for some strong ties for your construction project, see the links below:
You can also get these in packs of 100 right here.
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