Friday, November 18, 2011

Composite Wood

Leading the way in building new systems and high-tech products manufactured wood products. Offer high performance, consistency, reliability, and are an environmentally friendly choice in the construction of new housing.

Glued engineered wood is manufactured by gluing strands of wood, veneer, wood or wood fiber to produce a greater unity and integral composite is stronger and stiffer than the sum of its parts. The phenomenal growth of the use and acceptance of engineered wood is proof that a new era in the way housing is constructed.

The reason for its popularity is that it allows flexibility for designers to design a more open flat owners want both. The benefit to the owners of an apartment is more durable and solid, the walls and ceiling. The product is easy to use and lightweight, making it a material between the favored home builders.

With regard to costs, most engineered wood products cost more than wood regular class, but remember, there is less waste. Engineered wood products have no natural defects, so they use 100% compared to traditional wood. Nearly 35% of natural wood is wasted, while building a home because of imperfections in the wood.

Finally, the cost of the product outweigh the final bill for construction, because you have fewer products and suppliers can work faster and easier - installation costs cutting.

Here is a list of products of wood for building your new home:

Plywood - Wood products designed home

From thin sheets of cross-laminated veneer and bonded under heat and pressure with strong adhesives, wood has been one of the most popular products for residential construction.

OSB (Oriented Strand Board)

OSB is made from waterproof heat-cured adhesives and rectangular-shaped wood strands that are arranged in cross-oriented layers, similar to plywood. This leads to a structural engineered wood panel that shares many of the power and performance characteristics of plywood.

Glulam : lower cost, higher value of design

Glued laminated timber or a product of the voltage rating of plywood made of wooden slats, or "LAMS" which are attached with strong adhesive, water resistant. Laminated wood components can be a variety of species and the individual "lams" are typically two inches or less in thickness.


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