BOISE GLULAM® beam products are manufactured with exterior-grade or wet-use adhesives that comply with all recognized standards. The benefit of the BOISE GLULAM® beams is the flexibility of the product. Our beams are manufactured in a variety of widths and depths with lengths up to 66 feet, with or without camber. A wide array of appearance options and layups make this one of the most versatile engineered wood products available. BOISE GLULAM® beams are available through nationwide distribution.
|Sizes||Available in a variety of widths and depths for multiple applications. Widths range from 3⅛” to 14¼” and depths from 6” to 48”. Other sizes available upon request|
|Performance||BOISE GLULAM® is a strong cost-effective wood beam solution which can be used as beams or columns in a multitude of building design applications. Products work well in single or multi-family residential as well as light commercial projects. Curved beams and custom fabrication is available. APA certified for quality assurance.|
|Grades||Grades range from Industrial to Architectural appearances where customers can choose the ideal strength and appearance combination. Laminations are 10-12% MC maximum 15%.|
|Applications||BOISE GLULAM® are manufactured with exterior-grade or wet use adhesives. Designers have recognized the flexibility to specify this product in many different interior and exterior applications. BC CALC® software helps the ease of design and other design services are available.|
|Species||Manufactured from Douglas Fir / Larch or Port Orford Cedar (POC). POC is a naturally resistant species that is a green alternative to pressure-treated wood.|
|Misc||One of the original engineered wood products. BOISE GLULAM® beams are available SFI® Chain-of-Custody or Certified Sourcing to earn LEED® or NGBS™ green building credits.|
|Availability||BOISE GLULAM® are readily available thru nationwide distribution and many inventory common sizes of stock beams to expedite the delivery process. Most custom projects can be supplied within a few short weeks depending on complexity and size of project.|