• http://www.interiorexpressoutlet.com chicago furniture store guy

    The emerald ash bore really tore apart chicago a few years ago, devastating a lot of north shore tree lined suburbs. Something interesting on this subject is that the price of ash lumber really went down. We were doing some production pieces for a private residence and the price of the lumber was just about nothing (the labor to produce single lot furniture is outstandingly expensive though, to the point where the guys making the works of art end up getting paid less than $10 per hour in the end).

    Usually though, “wormwood” or wood that has been gnarled through is pretty expensive compared to normal lumber because you can make some really exotic pieces from the wood, especially if you are doing cabinet refacing.

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    Grade A stuff. I’m unueqstoinalby in your debt.