Laminated Veneer Lumber is a high-strength engineered wood product used primarily for structural applications. It greater strength than solid timber and is manufactured by bonding together rotary peeled or sliced thin wood veneers under heat and pressure.
LVL was developed in the 1970s and is today used worldwide for permanent structural applications including beams, lintels, purlins, and truss chords.
In short, LVL provide an ideal solution, when features such as durability, light weight, and dimensional precision are essential.
These attractive features lead an ever-increasing usage wherever sawn timber is used, one of the major advantages is that it can be manufactured to almost any length, and is restricted only by transportation to site.
Some samples of our recent work, manufactured in our production plant in McAllen, TX.