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As business in January 2024 got going after the annual Holiday Break, the price trendline for benchmark construction framing dimension lumber commodity item Western Spruce-Pine-Fir KD 2×4 #2Btr continued nicely from where it ended last year. A quick look at the graph above to compare the yellow line of 2023 to the blue line of […]

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Some Lumber Specialty Item Prices Increase

As January 2023 got going, while hardly a big rush, there was an increase in sales — and therefore prices — of several specialty lumber items. Even benchmark WSPF 2x4s popped up a little bit, although more due to significant supply being taken offline than growing demand. There were inklings, however, that customers are making […]