Our VP of Hubbell
Our VP of Hubbell Construction Services and our trade partner, Beisser Lumber, break down the recent lumber price increase and many other topics, like:
- Why is hardwood so expensive?
- Why is it so hard to buy decking material or deck lumber?
- How have natural disasters affected lumber prices?
To learn more about HCS, visit https://hubbellrealty.com/businesses/constructions-services
$813 right now. How high will it go?
So let me get this straight....wood prices are at an all time high but yet conveniently not high enough to warrant someone to switch to a different building material, got it.
Less and less logs to harvest due to fire plus insect damage .
It’s a commodity, kids - straight supply and demand!
Stock market they never miss a chance to screw us all
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So why are lumber prices rising? They wont go up forever... peak demand usually is followed by less demand...
This is just the beginning. Oil is next.
Split this stock by 10 to 1
He forgot to mention Rayonier, great price right now and they've risen guidance based on the increase in price of lumber/timber.
So weird looking at this video and then comparing prices now and they are all lower