These engineered trusses have been cut on both ends, covering a 30 foot span. It appears they were cut because the support wall was too high, or the builder didn’t account for the added height above when building the house. The house was built in 2009. It would seem they need to sit on the block support wall. This design and the way they were cut make it look like they are “floating”, and hanging from the top 2x4.
I saw similar pics in a different thread here somewhere, and the poster was informed this is normal, and the trusses are designed that way. I can’t wrap my head around these trusses not being support underneath.
Any thoughts before I tell them to panic and get a structural engineer? :-k