$59.38 A Sheet

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AdvanTech 23/32-in x 4-ft x 8-ft Tongue and Groove OSB Subfloor at Lowes.

The US Dollar is toilet paper. The plan to destroy the economy and do the Great Reset is underway. How will you feed your family? How will you defend your family. Selco is right: the camping trip is over and there are limited options for stocking up on everything.

David DeGerolamo

      
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Quatermain
6 days ago

That’s cheap by local (central Idaho) standards. I heard from a local builder today that it was a bit under $80 a sheet. No one is bidding a house locally at under $400/sq. ft.

a follower
a follower
5 days ago
Reply to  DRenegade

i do not believe ‘Hyper’ inflation is here. Yet.
Things are pricy, certain things. i can still buy many things at slightly inflated prices. This is not “Hyper inflation” as of yet.
Does anyone still believe they can stop the “Great Reset?”
Great Reset, oxymoron?
However preparing for the “Trigger event” may be time well spent? we can not do it alone, so turn to the one that may well be offering His hand and is Trust worthy.

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GenEarly
GenEarly
6 days ago

Most People just will not confront catastrophe until it is at their front door. Then look for Others to Blame for their condition. At least the Vaccine will be thinning this herd of sheeples. Sadly many were told but just would not listen to anything but the constant msm propaganda.

Hammers Thor
6 days ago

Interesting that I was pricing this stuff yesterday. We bought one of those prefab sheds recently, and the flooring is so cheap that I need to add a second layer of 4x8 just to block the holes that are visible between the boards, and make it tolerably strong… what a POS. Now I have to spend a fortune for this material just to make right what I thought we were paying for.
I suggest that instead of, or in addition to buying silver, bullets, etc., that you stock up on non-perishables such as aluminum foil, toilet paper, and anything else that you will need, because the price is going to continue to go up. Need tools? Get them now. Tires for your car or truck? Get them now, even if you don’t need them yet. And stock up on lumber that you THINK you may need… I promise, you’ll need it. Other things like chain saw chains, oil, work gloves, twine, paracord, and batteries. Unlikely any of this stuff will be going down in price, and it will likely go up faster than your salary.

Gryphon
Gryphon
5 days ago
Reply to  Hammers Thor

Thor- Don’t forget Consumables and Parts for Vehicles -- Stuff like Filters, Light Bulbs, Brake Shoes, Bearings, Seals, and longer-term Wear Items like Steering Tie Rods, Driveline Universals, Fuel Pumps, Alternators/Starters, any other Parts that Breakage/Wear stops the Vehicle, within your Tools/Skillset for Fixing things.
Also Think about these types of Parts/Consumables for Generators and other Powered Equipment. Buy Engine, Transmission, and Gear Oil by the 5-Gallon Pail. If in a Rural Area, Store Diesel Fuel.

a follower
a follower
5 days ago
Reply to  Hammers Thor

Been looking into more primitive (quieter things) such as Bushcraft style hand saws etc. also.

Gryphon
Gryphon
5 days ago
Reply to  a follower

Yep. Hand Tools are always important. Do you have Timber Saws? 1- and 2-Man? Fast as a Chainsaw if Sharpened right.
Also, Battery-Powered Tools and a Solar Charger. the currently available 18-Volt Tools are nearly as powerful as small 110-Volt A.C. ones.
And think about Hardware -- Nails, Screws, Hinges, Latches.
Nuts Bolts and Washers. Plumbing Fittings, Electrical Parts.

sawman
sawman
5 days ago

About $5.00 cheaper a sheet in the Brushy Mountain area of NC, but all lumber prices have been through the roof for months now so this is nothing new. A surge in new homes for folks fleeing the cities as well as a surge in multiple family units and rentals have contributed to the problem. Here folks have been having their woodlands logged big time as timber prices have sky rocketed with retail sales. Pine and poplar as well as other hardwoods are bringing more money on the stump than they have in many years. So much so we are considering having our acreage logged this summer if prices hold.

3/187th
3/187th
5 days ago

$7 for a 2x4x8′ last week in the lower pennisula
used to get them for two bux and some change

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5 days ago
Reply to  3/187th

Figured you just carved them out of a tree with one hand while punching the key board with your other? Chuckle.