Welcome to Glulam LTD
Glulam (laminated beams) is the natural alternative to steel or concrete. It is a natural structural material that is economical, strong, and attractive looking. Glulam Ltd has the largest stock of glulam beams in the UK.
Glulam is made by gluing together, under pressure and heat, laminates of timber that have been accurately planed. The resulting product is strong, stable, and corrosion proof with significant advantages over structural steel and concrete.
The beams are made with wood from Scandinavian sustainable forests. Scandinavian forests are some of the best managed in the world, where reforestation and environmental considerations are given high priority. The trees used are usually spruce, though can sometimes be redwood or Siberian larch.
The manufacture, distribution, and treatment of glulam all consume less energy than any other building materials. Glulam is a long-lasting material that’s easy to work with.
Why use Glulam
Corona Virus Update
Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus our priority is the welfare of our customers, staff and our supply base.
We understand that work must continue for many people. As its stand now Glulam Ltd will remain open for business with a skeleton staff, currently for both deliveries and collections where possible. We won’t be asking for you to sign any paperwork, but we will ask the registration of the vehicle collecting beams or a full name for deliveries. All card payments will be taken contactless.
We are following Government advice in relation to COVID-19, and have precautionary measures in our yard, to protect our colleagues and customers.
As you are aware, the spread of the virus is unpredictable and updates are being monitored on a regular basis. We will do our best to maintain all our current services, we are committed to supporting you and your business.
Benefits of choosing glulam
- Easy fixing
- Flexible to your specifications
- Fire resistant
- Approved British standard
- Energy conserving
- Competitive Pricing
- Fast delivery across the UK and Eire