It’s been a while since we have discussed the topic of lumber pricing, and it’s time we rekindle the conversation. Since early November of 2020, the forecast for lumber pricing has changed quite drastically.
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The initial slump was a product of the global shutdown in response to the novel Corona Virus outbreak. Construction operations in most locations were shut down, and lumber mills and other processing facilities were left with an excess supply of material. So, are you wondering what caused lumber to increase from roughly $200 per 1000 board feet to over $350 per 1000 board feet?