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Pricing Framing
« on: April 23, 2005, 08:40:21 PM »
   I know this has been asked at least a dozen times,but as I'm unable to find the answer ti the archives ,here we go again. I'm right in the middle of cutting out a shop,16 x32 for a customer ,an he asked for a price rough and green,and one for dry ,and dressed.
   Mumbled something unintelligable,and told I'de let him know first of the week.So guys whata pine franing worth in northeastern N C ,or eherever you are?
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Re: Pricing Framing
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2005, 07:05:33 AM »
My price for framing is by the board foot, the same amount as any other flat sawing.   I believe that others' on the forum also charge the same.   I can't help you with the
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   I don't think anyone would want to pay my price for kiln drying and planing 2x stock. ;D
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Re: Pricing Framing
« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2005, 08:53:16 PM »
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 I didn't see in your message if you were furnishing the logs or he. If You are then if you want the job, you will have to be a reasonable about cheaper than Lowes or your lumber yard or I would think your customer will get his lumber from them. When I was in Lowes recently their framing lumber was averaging around $600 per thousand bf. So How much Cheaper do you want to be than them? If your Customer is furnishing the logs-------then You will have to be even cheaper. Its Hard to compete with a Big Operation. Me personally------I am not set-up to Dress lumber, so I wouldn't even try. If I had a source that wanted to buy 1000's of BF a week of hardwood Dressed  like Oak, poplar etc. I might get set-up. You ever priced a 8" x8ft oak or poplar from Lowes-------------------Its Gold. My Opinion is there is not ALOT of money for the time it takes in cutting, stacking, then drying, then dressing, Framing material, but if you got the equipment, then you might as well use it. Make some bucks!! Randy

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Re: Pricing Framing
« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2005, 06:18:22 PM »
I like to run off framing mtl--2"x 2,4,6,8 goes quick-I payed-.165$ per BF for Hemlock delivered charge .20$ for the wood, .20$ for the sawing and .02 for the blades = .42 per BF--small amounts .45--I am retired so not trying to make a living----Pine is about the same but over 9" wide 4/4 is .50 BF JP
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