I am removing some white oak hardwood flooring (going from hardwood to
tile in the kitchen) and will have about 90 SF of perfectly good
hardwood that can be reinstalled.
Is there any value in this lot of wood? I'd prefer to sell it instead
of storing it for some next project down the road...
firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Stoic) wrote:
Yeah, its worth some money. 90sf isn't very much for flooring but maybe
someone has an entryway or something. For lumber, it is worth less but
still worth something. It is around 90 board feet if it is 3/4" thick,
figure $1-3 a bdft is a decent price depending on how many nails/holes etc.
OK, Thanks, David & Bruce!!
If anyone is interested in this lot of hardwood, please let me know. I
am looking to see it go to use rather than dumpster or storage in the
On Tue, 17 Feb 2004 06:08:56 GMT, email@example.com (Bruce) wrote:
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