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Glulam Structural Heavy Timber Beams can be supplied in much larger depths than solid timbers; which are normally limited to 16-24 inches of depth.


Common materials used for manufacture of Glulam beams are: Southern Yellow Pine and Douglas Fir. Like solid wood, each of these species has different appearance, structural performance properties and resistance to the elements.


Various Glulam Structural Heavy Timber Beams appearance grades are also available, including Commercial, Visual, Architectural and Premium grades. Each of these Glulam Structural Heavy Timber Beams is determined by characteristics such as amount of wane, number of knots, surface finish applied and number or size of defects filled.

Glulam Structural Heavy Timber Beams may also be treated using a variety of water or petroleum-based treatments, depending on the components application and level of protection required. 

Species Available:

  • Douglas Fir

  • Oak (Red & White)

  • Southern Yellow Pine

  • Western Red Cedar

Wood Product Specialties:

  • Lengths up to 44 ft.

  • Available in Rough, Smooth,
    Tongue & Groove, Sloppy "V"
    and "V" Joint.

  • CAN S4S up to 24 x 24 ft.

  • CAN S2S, S1S1E, S1S2E

  • Hand Hewned Timbers & Poles

  • Mortise & Tenon

  • Any Thickness, Any Width, Any Length

  • Drilling, Boring and Angle Cuts

  • KDAT (Kiln Dried After Treatment)

  • Unusual Shapes and Sizes

Treatments Available:

  • ACQ (.25 - .60)

  • CCA (.60 - 2.5)

  • Copper Azole,
    Copper Naphthenate

  • Interior & Exterior Fire Retardant

Grades Available:

  • #2, #1, #1 Dense

  • Select Structural

  • Dense Select Structural

  • DS 65

  • Marine Grade

For any general inquiries, please fill in the following contact form:

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Apache Forest Products

  • Facebook - Black Circle

5017 Craig Rath Blvd.
Midlothian, Virginia, 23112​


Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm, EST
Tel:  804-744-7081

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