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Since Glulam can be produced in almost any shape and size, from long straight beams to complex curved arch configurations, it provides the builder/architect's specific requirements to express their artistic concepts in a building. Glulam can be produced with many existing wood species. Tree species such as pine, spruce and fir are generally used in the production of glulam.

Benefits of choosing glulam

  • Warm-looking, atmospheric; Glulam is the popular alternative to cold concrete and steel.

  • Glulam is popular, because it’s:

  • Versatile – Glulam can be used for almost any type of structure. 

  • Light – Glulam is one-sixth the weight of a reinforced concrete beam (two-thirds the weight of steel).

  • Economical – Our competitive pricing aside, Glulam’s lower weight leads to savings in transport, foundations and building.

  • Flexible to your specifications – To your specific needs, with short delivery stock available in standard sizes.

  • Easy fixing – Material that’s easy to handle, work and erect.

  • Fire resistant – An important safety factor.

  • Durable – Glulam is very durable with standard coating or preservative, but extra durability can be provided with special pressure-impregnated preservative, too.

  • Good-looking – Glulam has a natural and attractive appearance.

  • 'Specification for Glued Laminated Timber Structural Members’.

  • Energy conserving – Glulam is a renewable resource that’s ecologically attractive and uses only a tenth of the energy it would take to produce an equivalent steel beam.

  • Competitive pricing – We can supply glulam beams to your chosen specification at a competitive price. No order is too large, too small or too complicated.

  • Fast delivery – For all stock sections delivery 5-7 days, collection 2-3, special order lead time to be confirmed at the time of the order.

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