Glued laminated timber is a technologically-created lumber material with improved exploitation parameters, which consists of several layers of wooden lamellae. VitalHouses uses lamellae that are as long as possible for manufacturing glued laminated timber, to avoid losing the natural structure of timber. Softwood timber – pine, spruce and cedar - is most frequently used for manufacturing glued laminated timber, however, it can be made of hardwood timber as well. In order to improve the exploitation parameters, VitalHouses manufactures combined glued laminated timber, that have an outer lamella made of hardwood, while the inner lamellae are made of pinewood.
Aesthetic – the visual properties of glued laminated timber.Healthy indoor environment – wooden houses made of glued laminated timber create a pleasant and healthy environment.
Environmentally friendly material – the glue that’s being used for connecting the layers of lamellae is compliant with the safety regulations of European Union.
High durability against cracking and deformation - the drying of lamellae and the glue that’s used in for connecting their layers, provides a higher stability of geometric measurements, ensuring that the timber doesn’t warp, doesn’t crack and doesn’t get deformed.
High levels of thermal isolation and durability – minimum amount of settling (0,4-1,5% throughout the whole exploitation period of the house).
Implementation of custom projects – glued laminated timber allows creating complicated and bent shapes, building long walls without partitions and joining the beams together. In addition to that, it also provides the option to combine walls of different thicknesses.
Easy and quick assembly – the construction of a wooden house from glued laminated timber can be performed in almost any weather conditions, which facilitates quick and financially beneficial implementation of construction projects.
Why choose glued laminated timber for construction?
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