Standard McIntosh Glulam Beams

Standard McIntosh Glulam Beams from Mcintosh Timber Laminates Ltd

By: Mcintosh Timber Laminates Ltd  05-Aug-2011
Keywords: Timber, Beams, Renewable Resource

Structural support to roofs and floors can be simply and attractively achieved using McIntosh Standard Glulam Beams.  Standard beams can be accurately cut to length and arrive on site sealed or stained and finished ready for installation.  Manufactured for interior or exterior use, these members provide a stability that is not possible in standard timber. There are many examples of available for you to view.

Keywords: Beams, Glulam Structures, Laminated Timber Beams, Renewable Resource, Structural Timber Design, Timber, Timber Construction, Timber Laminates, Timber Manufacturer, Timber Members

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