The aim of this study was to determine the mechanical properties of laminated beams containing selected wood species in the tension zone using a four-point bending test. Three beam types were manufactured with respect to the timber used in the tension zone, i.e., beams containing oak or beech timber of I and II quality class and pine timber with no defects (as defects had been removed). The manufactured beams were assessed with respect to bending strength and the modulus of elasticity. The obtained results were compared with the performance of BSH (Industrial beams GL made in Germany—Brettschichtholz) industrial beams. We concluded that beams made from pine timber are an appropriate alternative to spruce beams. The static bending strength of the beams made with hardwood faces was 70% higher than that of beams made with pine wood. All types of beams manufactured in the laboratory met the requirements of at least the GL24c class.