## How much does a 4/12 truss cost?

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**What is a 4/12 truss?**

A roof truss forms the skeletal structure of a modern gable roof. The 4/12 pitch is a roof that rises vertically toward the peak 4 inches for every 12 inches of horizontal run.

### What size roof trusses do I need?

Divide the length of the roof by two to determine how many trusses are needed. Trusses are generally secured 24 inches on center along the top plate. For a 30-foot long roof, a total of 15 trusses are needed.

**How much does a 20 ft truss cost?**

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## What is a 4/12 roof pitch?

A roof that rises 4 inches for every 1 foot or 12 inches of run is said to have a “4 in 12” slope. The slope ratio represents a certain amount of vertical rise for every 12 inches of horizontal run. For example, a “4 in 12” slope can be expressed as the ratio of 4:12. A “6 in 12” slope is expressed as 6:12.

**What is the angle for a 4 12 roof pitch?**

about 18.4°

What is roof pitch angle? So, the 4/12 roof pitch angle is about 18.4°. A 3/12 roof pitch angle is about 14°, so on and so forth.

### Are trusses 2×4 or 2×6?

Trusses only use 2×4 lumber and are constructed using a “web” of 2x4s for strength. Rafters simply rely on a center ridge beam and the outside walls for support. While there are benefits to both, only rafters vary in the size of lumber that is used.

**Is a 4/12 pitch roof steep?**

4/12 is quite typical. Anything under 3/12 is a low pitch roof. Anything above 6/12 is a steep roof pitch since it becomes harder to walk on the roof.

## What’s a 4/12 roof look like?

A 4/12 roof pitch indicates the roof rises 4 inches in height for every 12 inches, as measured horizontally from the edge of the roof to the centerline. The gentle slope of a 4/12 pitch roof falls on the cusp between low-pitch and moderate-pitch.