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Canfor 2-in x 4-in x 92-5/8-in (92 5/8-in) Kiln-Dried Whitewood Select Sud - $5.06

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[Lowe's] Canfor 2-in x 4-in x 92-5/8-in (92 5/8-in) Kiln-Dried Whitewood Select Sud - $5.06

Seems like a steal for 2x4 right now. Too bad i finished framing my basement a couple of weeks ago with the $9 2x4's.
Lowe's studs are relatively pretty poor quality (in terms of straightness) compared to HD from my experiences.

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=lws&prod=5637181704

I would order online for store pick up, so no issues with price in store.

It's even showing $4.09 as a low end....
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onthemove wrote: Are these good for planter boxes?
Eventually they will rott out since they're not pressure treated.
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paintballdude05 wrote: Eventually they will rott out since they're not pressure treated.
Pressure treated wood is a no go if the planters used to grow vegetables.

Need cedar or treat the wood yourself.
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marcfar wrote: Seems like a steal for 2x4 right now. Too bad i finished framing my basement a couple of weeks ago with the $9 2x4's.
Lowe's studs are relatively pretty poor quality (in terms of straightness) compared to HD from my experiences.

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=lws&prod=5637181704

I would order online for store pick up, so no issues with price in store.

It's even showing $4.09 as a low end....
Thanks! In for a 20,000 TEU container ship full. Does anyone know if Lowe's helps with loading? As well, anyone foresee any problems getting it through the Suez Canal?
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Thanks OP, been putting off projects because I didn't want to get gouged. This is good! In for a few.
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paintballdude05 wrote: Eventually they will rott out since they're not pressure treated.
Fair enough, I think I will go with these and wrap them in thin plastic sheets
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Also...
2 x 12 x 8 Treated $18
2 x 12 x 12 Treated $28
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MrMello wrote: Also...
2 x 12 x 8 Treated $18
2 x 12 x 12 Treated $28
Ordered both via Incognito... checkout wouldn’t work with regular browser!
RFD has saved & made me $$$
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How ironic... In BC there is none and in AB it's available for pickup...

Don't we produce this in our province? We seems to be always screwed over on pricing for everything in BC
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Bought a couple to fix stud spacing in the basement while prepping for drywall. Even though I’m not expecting great quality, I still think these sticks will disappoint lol.
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DOC SB wrote: Ordered both via Incognito... checkout wouldn’t work with regular browser!
I had no issues. But good to know.
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if my order for basement framing - full bundle - goes through, we need to setup a gofundme for OP
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PerformingAzura wrote: Pressure treated wood is a no go if the planters used to grow vegetables.

Need cedar or treat the wood yourself.
What would you treat the wood with?

And thanks OP, ordered a bit to just keep around for future projects. Just bought a bunch at homedepot last week at $9!
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platinumtiger19 wrote: What would you treat the wood with?

And thanks OP, ordered a bit to just keep around for future projects. Just bought a bunch at homedepot last week at $9!
I just built some garden beds with regular non-PT wood.
I treated it myself with raw linseed oil, as suggested from people online and from some research I did the past couple of months. Don't get the boiled oil, as I hear it's not good for gardens.
Home Hardware sells a gallon @ $39.99.
https://www.homehardware.ca/en/378l-raw ... /p/1675921
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can this be used to build a bathroom in my basement? why is it cheaper than the rest? what is the difference?

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