lumber costs per square foot

The national average cost of framing a house is between $3500 and $35000 depending on the size.House framing costs are generally priced by square foot and your total price will depend on the house's floor plan site elevation design of the home and regional material and labor costs. 【Get Price】

For example at GardenWeb.com a Pacific Northwest resident reports on two projects: a 5600-square-foot two-story home with a three-car garage and 9'-10' tall ceilings at $42000 for lumber (about $7.50 a square foot) and $27500 for labor ($4.91 a square foot) or $69500 total framing costs ($12.41 a square foot); and a 3500-square-foot ... 【Get Price】

According to the National Association of Home Builders current lumber prices are just under $350 per 1000 board feet. The labor costs to frame a home typically run $5 to $10 per square foot. This can fluctuate a bit depending on local labor costs and seasonal rates. It should work out to an average total of $15000 to $30000 to frame a building. 【Get Price】

Framing a 2776 square foot home costs about $42850 or $15 per square foot which includes framing the home and the roof trusses sheathing and any metal and steel. The cost of lumber to build a house does fluctuate some and it is the only variable that could have a significant impact on the final cost of framing your home. 【Get Price】

The sizes usually range between six to 60 inches. Finally they can be sold by the square foot meaning if a homeowner needs the lumber in thicker or thinner pieces it will cost them more or less respectively. All of these will range anywhere from $3 per inch to $7 per square foot. 【Get Price】