Glue Laminated (Glulam) Beams

Timber Technologies Glue Laminated Beams are superior in all strength characteristics to solid sawn lumber and pound for pound, stronger than steel. Our Titan Timber® beams resist checking and twisting and are job site ready with one-piece construction and more cost-efficient than LVL, and PSL. Unlike other engineered wood products our glulam beams are able to accept many different types of treatment.

Common Uses of Timber TEchnologies Glulam Beams

  • Rafters
  • Ridge beams
  • Garage door headers
  • Basement beams
  • Stair Stringers
  • Window Headers

Common Uses of Treated Timber Technologies Glulam Beams

  • Exterior Decks
  • Porches
  • Trellises
  • Boardwalks
  • Bridge Decking
  • Crane Mats
Treated Glulam Beams

Treated glulam Beams can be used in applications where the beam will be exposed to weather, insects, sunlight and high moisture conditions. Great for decks providing an unobstructed view. Other uses include golf, ATV, and snowmobile bridges, crane mats, and boardwalks. These beams are 24F-1.8E or combination #50 SYP.

  • Width: 3-1/4”, 5-1/4”, 7-1/8”, 9”
  • Industrial Grade in Depths from 9-5/8”, to 41-1/4”
  • Lengths: up to 48’
  • Meets AWPA C-28 Standards for Preservative of Glued Laminated Timbers
  • Uniform lay-up with zero camber
  • ½ the costs compared to other treated, engineered wood products
  • Treatment Options Available in CCA, MCA, CA, and Borate |Enviro-Safe
  • 50 Year Limited Warranty
Custom Glulam Beams

Custom Beams are designed for specific customer applications. We can provide a variety of custom widths, depths, lengths and appearances.

Species Include: SYP, Douglas Fir, SPF, and Cedar.

Uses include: Ridge beams, Rafter beams, and Timber Trusses.

Widths: 3-1/8”, 5-1/8”, 6-3/4”, 8-3/4”
Depths: 5-1/2” - 42”
Lengths: up to 62’

Beams & Rafters Specs
  • Available in Industrial or Architectural Grade
  • Available in lengths up to 62'
  • 2400.1.8E Available in 3-1/4”, 5-1/4”, 7-1/8” and 9-1/8"
  • Available Species: Douglas Fir, SYP, SPF, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Western Red Cedar
  • AITC 24F Span Chart
Other Considerations
  • Eliminate structural columns that can obscure views by spanning with glulam beams
  • Treated beams are resistant to sunlight, moisture, insects, and other elements of nature
  • Boardwalks that will stand the test of time
  • Each beam is straight and true, saving contractors time and money
  • Tool and machine-friendly, allowing quicker and easier cuts, screws, and notches
  • Product sizing and technical support available; can be engineered to building requirements