Laminated Wood

A piece of wood made from two or more smaller pieces of wood glued together.  We avoid laminating wood for most of our products because we feel it results in a better product in most cases.  There are some situations where lamination can be useful, such as with curved railing.  By using multiple wood strips bent around a form and glued, we are able to produce a curved rail with no end grain exposed which results in a very smooth, beautiful rail.