LVL - Laminated Veneer Lumber - comparable in strength to steel and concrete with all the flexibility and environmental benefits of wood
Design guides, installation guides, available sizes and safety data sheets can all be found here
Wesbeam’s Design Centre offers an engineering and design service in the use of Wesbeam and other complementary products for residential, multi-residential and commercial structures
Wesbeam's comprehensive library of technical documents is available here.
Readily available and lightweight for its strength. Strong, sustainable and carbon capturing, wood is the greatest renewable resource
LVL is lighter, stronger and straighter than traditional sawn timber. It’s also manufactured in lengths up to 13.2 metres meaning fewer joins and less wastage. Every piece of Wesbeam LVL is manufactured under strictly-controlled factory conditions guaranteeing consistent performance, uniformity and compliance with all relevant Australian Standards.
LVL is easy to handle and simple to install making it an ideal material for frames and trusses, floor systems construction, stick roofs and tall timber buildings. All Wesbeam LVL is made from sustainably sourced timber.
Welcome! Our website is a great resource for learning about our ever-growing range of products and services. If you’re new to Wesbeam or LVL, you’ll find a wealth of information to get you started here
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Wesbeam LVL - the versatility of wood and the strength of steel
Wesbeam products can be drilled and routed with ease and used to replace larger timber section sizes, steel or concrete
Tips for looking after your Wesbeam products
Design criteria driving the performance characteristics of Wesbeam LVL are available for download
Wesbeam is committed to the health and safety of our customers. Safety and Technical information for e-beam and e-joist can be found here
From forest to factory, take a closer look at how our Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) is made
Frequently asked questions about using LVL