How much do I-joist cost per foot?

How much do I-joist cost per foot?

I-Joists, LVL Beams & Glue Lams

We cut custom lengths, use $/ LF
9 1/2″ $5.47 $109.44
11 7/8″ $6.18 $123.53
16″ $8.36 $167.15

How much do engineered floor joist cost?

Cost. At the time of writing, a 2×10 costs, on average, around $30 for a 16′ length. An engineered I-beam of the same length costs around $40.

How far will a 14 inch TJI span?


TJI-230 11-7/8″ 19′ 2″
TJI-360 11-7/8″ 20′ 11″
TJI-560 11-7/8″ 23′ 8″
TJI-210 14″ 21’10”

How much does a 20ft LVL cost?

$6 to $11 per linear foot
The LVL beam thickness is usually between 1.75 and 7 inches. The price for beams that fit 10 feet of space will range from $3 to $5 per linear foot, while a 20-feet span will need a beam that costs $6 to $11 per linear foot. Consult a local structural engineer to determine the best LVL beam size for your span.

How much does a 30 foot laminated beam cost?

A 10 ft. steel I-beam costs $60 to $180, while a 30 ft. steel I-beam costs $180 to $540 on average. H-beams can cost as much as double but are stronger, and support spans up to 3 times longer.

Are TJI joists good?

Engineered to provide strength and consistency, Weyerhaeuser’s Trus Joist® TJI® joists are one of the most fundamental components of a solid, high-performance floor system. And with their light weight and long lengths, TJI joists are faster and easier to install than traditional framing, which can save time and money.

What is the difference between PSL and LVL?

PSL beams are generally more expensive than glulam, LSL, or LVL beams. PSL beams can be stained or finished where an aesthetically pleasing exposed application is desired. Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) is a commonly available engineered product that is manufactured similarly to PSL.

What is a TJI 230?

Sold by lineal foot. Trus Joist® TJI® joists are lightweight, easy to work with, and deliver unmatched dimensional stability and performance. They are engineered to resist the bowing, twisting, and shrinking that can lead to squeaky or “soft” floors. 2-5/16 inches x 9-1/2 inches. Engineered for strength and consistency.