wooden, laminated veneer lumber
roof, for floors
LVL consists of several thin, glued layers of wood. Compared to traditional construction wood these structural beams are straighter, offer better fire-safety, are length-independent, have a more homogeneous structure and can boast more consistent physical and mechanical specs. The beams are not subject to deformation from temperature or moist and are highly resistant to torque, bending, cracking and shrinking. High rigidity per unit of weight and a low susceptibility to bending and vibration make LVL beams particularly suitable for large spans.