Lumber prices are falling, but don’t expect prepandemic level markdowns for your next DIY project

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Kerrisdale Lumber employee Max Swan at one of their storage yards in Vancouver British Columbia, June 6, 2022.Jimmy Jeong/Jimmy Jeong/www.jimmyshoots.comConsumers will likely see cheaper lumber this summer but shouldn’t expect prepandemic prices, as many retailers will still have leftover stock purchased at higher prices and producers are avoiding flooding the market.Wholesale lumber prices began dropping…

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