Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL)

Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL)

Laminated Veneer Lumber – abbreviated LVL, is an engineered wood product consisting of multiple thin layers of wood stacked and bonded together with a strong glue in order to form a support member.   Common uses of Lamented veneer lumber include beam, header and rim joist.  Due to a controlled manufacturing process and it’s composite nature laminated veneer lumber is stronger, straighter and more uniform than milled lumber as well as being less prone to warping, splitting, bowing or shrinking.


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Tony is a life time resident of North Carolina with over 30 years experience in multiple facets of the industrial, commercial and residential construction industry. For the past 23 years he has owned and operated Wood's Home Maintenance Service, providing services primarily in Johnston, Wake and Sampson Counties of North Carolina. ______________ ______________________________________________________ The information contained in this Blog is opinion derived, from hands on experience of over 30 years in the construction industry and by extensive research by the author. All postulations are referenced to the geographic location in which this experience was gained.
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