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People like my wife just want stuff painted. haha Kills me when I make something out of walnut or oak and she'd rather have barnwood or paint on it!You would think with building costs up, and new home construction strong, that oak would be in demand. There must not be as much demand for oak in flooring, millwork etc...as there used to be.
You would think with building costs up, and new home construction strong, that oak would be in demand. There must not be as much demand for oak in flooring, millwork etc...as there used to be.
All my walnut will end up in China, so there is not a direct correlation. Global markets are up though.I’ve heard Walnut is still very good. You would think the building material/lumber market would translate to higher prices for timber? But I don’t know if that’s the case?
yup.... use to do alot of wood working and submerging Walnut does several things. Namely it makes all the sap wood look like heart wood. Back in high school we made deer plaques to sell. Those slabs were cross cut and put in a trash can full of water for several months before starting the drying process. They come out pretty sweet.*side note for fun.... some of it sunk to bottom of ocean for the pressure which I believe impacts the color/grain & pattern of it on veneer quality walnut.
Getting good prices on pallet wood is highly dependent on property proximity to a mill that can process them. Due to the lower value of the wood itself, trucking can eat into your $$$ quickly.