Increased Housing Construction Activity Brings Higher Lumber PricesMadison’s Lumber Reporterhttps://madisonsreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/cropped-logo_M-02-32×32.png

True housing construction activity finally got going across the North American continent as the month of June closed. Many builders found themselves short of the lumber supply they would need for existing projects. While no one was yet building inventory, the availability of wood remained quite tight due to ongoing sawmill curtailments and lessened production […]

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