Continued Weak Field Inventories Buoy Lumber PricesMadison’s Lumber Reporterhttps://madisonsreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/cropped-logo_M-02-32×32.png

This has historically been a time for lumber prices to start dropping as the season changes to autumn. Generally speaking, construction activity starts to slow down after Labour Day. For the past year of rising interest rates and some unknowns for the housing market, lumber buyers have kept their inventories lean due to uncertainty of […]

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