LP® SolidStart® I-Joists

LP® SolidStart® I-Joists

LP® SolidStart® I-Joists are lightweight, straighter and more uniform in strength, stiffness and size than traditional lumber. They also offer wide flanges for greater stability.

LP® SolidStart® I-Joists

LP® SolidStart® I-Joists are more versatile than open web floor trusses, and more uniform and dimensionally stable than lumber. They can be trimmed on-site, and long lengths allow ceilings and floors to be designed with fewer pieces, saving installation time. Build sturdy, stable floors with wider flanges. Benefits include:

  • Quick Installation: Weighs less than traditional lumber.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Long lengths allow ceilings and floors to be designed with fewer pieces.
  • Peace of Mind: Less likely to split, shrink, twist, warp or bow.
  • Durable Design: Larger nailing area and increased stability.
  • Sustainability: Wood sourced through programs certified under the Sustainable Forestry Initiative®.
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty: Extensive product line backed by warranties you won’t find with traditional lumber. See complete warranty details for more information.”

 



PRODUCT SPECIFICATION:

Available thickness: 2-1/2″, 3-1/2″

Available depths: 9-1/2″, 11-1/4″, 11-7/8″, 14″, 16″, 18″, 20″, 22″, 24″

Available with solid sawn lumber or LVL flanges

Flanges on LP SolidStart I-Joists are wider than typical flanges

All solid sawn flanges are machine stress rated and proof loaded

Suitable for a variety of applications, including floor and roof framing

Can be cantilevered to accommodate various floor framing details

Can be used as roof rafters; ideal for cathedral ceiling


AVAILABILITY

  • AMBRIDGE, PA
  • DELANCO, NJ
  • EDISON, NJ
  • NORTH BERGEN, NJ
  • HOLTSVILLE, NY
  • PALMER, MA

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HOW ITS MADE:

LP® SolidStart® I-Joists feature an advanced design and tough build for superior performance:

  • Combines laminated veneer lumber (LVL) or finger-jointed sawn wood flanges with a web of oriented strand board (OSB) to produce an I-shaped structural member.
  • Both materials work together to resist deflection, bending stresses and shear.
  • LVL and MSR lumber flanges up to 3-1/2˝ wide for greater stability.