Lumber Prices Tick Up Slightly Even as Demand Remains LowMadison’s Lumber Reporterhttps://madisonsreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/cropped-logo_M-02-32×32.png

At this time of year, the historical trend would normally be for lumber prices to be rising. Usually by mid-April the building activity for housing is ramping up, and sales volumes of construction framing lumber are approaching their high for the year. This year, however, is proving to be quite the exception. The biggest reason […]

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