Wood Product Categories

What begins with timber in its most basic form can these days result in the most advanced of products.

From the versatility of plywood, the creation of massive glulam beams or even beautifully crafted veneer, engineered wood products provide a varied range of materials that use timber for an increasing list of both structural, functional and design applications.

These products are not only helping to redefine modern construction practices, but show that wood can rival more traditional building products in terms of its environmental impact, strength, cost, finish and workability.


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  • Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) is the engineered wood product of the future.

    Cross Laminated Timber (CLT)

    Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) is an engineered wood product used for pre-fabricated structural applications and is making the construction of entire buildings from timber a reality.
  • While the look of this kitchen won't cater to all tastes, there's no denying the use of veneers creates a striking finish.

    Decorative Wood Veneers

    Decorative wood veneers highlight the natural beauty of timber. They are produced by either slicing or peeling a much larger piece of timber log into thin slices or veneers.
  • A pedestrian bridge made from glulam in Norway


    Glulam, short for glued laminated timber, is an engineered wood product manufactured by gluing together pieces of timber, known as laminates. This process produces larger size and longer length members, which can be curved or straight.
  • I-Beams used in a residential building development


    I-Beams offer a high-strength, long-span structural timber beam which can be used for residential and commercial building applications.
  • Alpine MDF Industries' new warehouse has been constructed using LVL building materials.

    Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL)

    Laminated Veneer Lumber is a high-strength engineered wood product made from veneers bonded together under heat and pressure. It is used for permanent structural applications including beams and rafters.
  • A close up image of an MDF panel being routed by a carpenter

    Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF)

    Medium Density Fibreboard is an interior-use engineered wood panel product, manufactured from wood fibres.
  • An image of an I-Beam that uses OSB for its web

    Oriented Strand Board (OSB)

    Oriented Strand Board (OSB) is a structural panel product produced by bonding together thin wood strands with adhesive.
  • Particleboard flooring is used for a residential build

    Particleboard also know as Chipboard

    Particleboard is an interior-use engineered wood panel product, manufactured from wood particles.
  • Curved plywood is used on the ceiling of a large function room


    Plywood is an assemblage of wood veneers bonded together to produce a flat sheet. An extremely versatile product, plywood is used for a wide range of structural, interior and exterior applications - from formwork through to internal paneling.
  • A house built on steep terrain that utilises a pole frame structure


    Roundwood is any timber product supplied in log form, which is usually used for structural applications.

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