“It's not a significant drop, it's fallen off 10-15 percent," said Overland Lumber manager Jeff Adams.
BOISE, Idaho — If you're getting ready to or have been trying to do some of those summer projects, like build a fence or a garden box, you've no doubt, been keeping an eye on the price of lumber. It was only a couple of months ago, when KTVB first reported a lumber shortage and as a result higher lumber prices, but that could be changing.
"I'm pretty surprised at the length of time it's taken," said Boise homeowner Chris Skidmore.
He has been trying to get his fence built since the end of March. We first introduced you to the Boise man last April when he was notified that the company building his fence ran out of wood.
"Got a couple updates along the way, but still no fence," Skidmore said.
Two months …