Laminated Veneer Lumber or more commonly known as L.V.L, is an engineered product constructed using multiple layers of thin timber binded with an aheasive. L.V.L members have several advantages over traditional building materials, including its high strength, its consistency of enginered properties, and its availability in long lengths. It is far less likely than conventional products to warp, bow, twist or shrik due to its composite nature. As an example, L.V.L 14 is a comparatable strength member to that of F17 Hardwood.
Structural Beams, Floor Joists, Bearers & Lintels
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