Three builders tell us how lumber prices are affecting business, how they are managing, and the lessons learned along the way. Plus, the Structural Insulated Panel Association’s executive director tells builders everything they should know about SIPs on this installment of the Weekly.
"It's probably affected business our by 50%," says Christopher Semenza of Semenza Homes and Semenza Contracting in Clifton Park, N.Y. "We're probably going to do half of what we would normally do in a year. We're getting hit left and right and anything else now that's lumber related. We're getting notifications of increasing pricing in windows."
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