- Apr 29, 2008
- Liberty,WV - Putnam Co.
- 2003 Zetor 4341 w/FEL, 1970 MF 150, 2012 JD X530
I noticed the exposed ZIP Siding and my first thought is how rich you have to be to have some of that nowadays. $80 a sheet the last time I looked!!!! I bet you are so happy that you bought your materials before the world went crazy.
Looking good! My dad had a brake we used for all sorts of trim work, siding, flashing, etc, and it was awesome. I was a whiz on it as a kid. I've spent the past 30+ years wishing I had my own. I rent them from time to time and probably just need to bite the bullet and buy one.
Prices are coming down. 9 foot sheet is now only $65!!! What's really odd is how they have mountains of materials at all the stores, and more is being delivered every day. They have so much sheetrock that they are storing it in the parking lot during the day, and forklifting it into the store at night if it might rain. There are mountains of OSB on the sides of the buildings. It's just crazy!!!You aren’t a kidding! I paid 18.50 for the 9’ sheets and 22.00 for the 10’, if I remember correctly.
I need several 2x4’s to finish a few items on the porches and in the basement and I just hate the thought of what I will pay for them.
I spent most of the weekend in Fairplane/Ripley working finances for the Mountain State arts and craft fair. I spend a lot of time traveling 77.
I’m about 20 minutes off 77 at either the Haynes Branch or Kenna exits.