The most recent PPI report offers little relief for builders bogged down by record high prices for building materials
Housing demand is cooling across the U.S., and as some builders pull back, a glut of lumber inventory is sending prices to post-pandemic lows
Some market experts seem to think that the lumber bubble has finally burst as elevated interest rates cause a drop in demand
Prices for most in-demand building materials are still rising after consecutive monthly gains at the start of 2022
The look of real wood with faster installation and lower total cost versus fiber cement and engineered wood – ASCEND.
The average price of framing lumber in 2021 was the highest since 1996, and more volatility could be on the way
By ordering efficiently and making the proper preparations, builders can stay one step ahead of fluctuating lumber prices in the new year
When it comes to lumber prices, the detrimental implications of climate change may outweigh even the heavy hand of the coronavirus
Productivity in home construction lags behind almost every other industry, while inefficiencies and waste hurt profits and growth. Is off-site construction the answer to building homes faster and more affordably and easing current supply and labor issues?