15 years of manufacturing roof trusses – a proud milestone

by Tania Wannenburg

Dezzo Roofing has grown its market footprint over the last 15 years.

With nearly 15 years of manufacturing lightweight steel and treated timber roof trusses behind them, Dezzo Roofing has extensive experience in all types of roof designs.

The company was established in 2000 by Brandon Harding and Senzo Mfayela with the main focus on manufacturing lightweight steel roof trusses for the government’s reconstruction and development programme (RDP) and the low-cost housing market. In 2002, Dezzo Roofing started manufacturing treated timber roof trusses, also initially meant for RDP houses, but it soon grew and the company now focuses on the middle to upper income residential market as well as schools, office blocks and smaller commercial requirements.

Dezzo Roofing makes use of International Truss System (ITS) design and machinery. This includes fully integrated software and access to world-class manufacturing equipment. The Institute of Timber Construction (ITC) also audits the company on an annual basis to make sure that its standards are always at their highest.

Estimating service
Dezzo Roofing has two full-time, in-house estimators/designers who are certified by ITS. The company is able to offer design drawings in plan and 3D format for all projects.

Technical support
With its proven track-record, Dezzo Roofing is able to provide technical support for all roof designs, with additional support from ITS South Africa when necessary.

Roof covering
To round it off, Dezzo Roofing supplies roof tiles from Infraset, Marley Roofing and Monier Roofing. Its fibre cement products are supplied by Everite and its steel profiled sheeting comes from Clotan Steel in Gauteng.

Dezzo Roofing
Tel: 031 713 6571
Email: dylan@dezzoroofing.co.za
Website: www.dezzoroofing.co.za

Dezzo Roofing envisions to:
•    Be the market leader in timber truss manufacturing.
•    Build a brand synonymous with quality.
•    Provide the best service possible.
•    Ensure stringent application of ITC principles.
•    Be an employer of choice for staff members.

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