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Bargain Basement Closeouts - The J Yard

jake marshallJoe Hammer (pictured left) created the Bargain Basement, a new offering at Bear Creek Lumber. Bargain Basement products are the part of our inventory that we don't normally advertise because they do not represent our regular product line of high grade materials. The Bargain Basement materials are falldown products (that may have stain, knots, and other defects/damage) that work great for specified uses such as fencing, corrals, and outbuildings such as chicken coops and tool sheds. These products are not recommended for residential use unless its for a backwoods cabin. Bargain Basement products are sold by the unit only and are not exchangable or refundable. They are sold "as is" at discounted prices. As the materials develop in the yard, we will be holding an online auction for these products. Meanwhile, we will be offering them one product at a time with our monthly specials.These products are subject to sale and may not be available by the time the newseltter is published. See our website for regular updates of these products. All pricing F.O.B. Winthrop.

If you are ready to order please visit our Request for Quote page. Our Sales team will contact you shortly to give you shipping pricing and lead times.
Prices listed are subject to additional handling/shipping fees, applicable taxes or other charges that would reflect special circumstances.
All prices are subject to availability and are subject to change without notice.

SPECIAL : WRC Clear end trims 1x3 & 1x4. Some is S4S some is various patterns.
$3.00 per bundle minimum order 50 bundles. 12" to 16" average bundle length. With 24 pcs. per bundle.


Lineal Foot- Lineal foot or running foot or per one foot (12 inches of length)
PER- Meaning by or multiplied by. As in cost for every lineal foot.
BEVEL- Clap board, lap board. A sedge saped board installed lap over the prior board with the thicker edge facing down.
R/C- Rough Cut.
S1S2E- Surfaced one side and two edges.
RUSTIC- Resawn or Rough exposed face.
CLR- Clear. With out knots.
F/J- Finger jointed.

STD- Standard Grade
SQFT- Square Foot
BF- Board Foot
LF-Lineal Foot
T&G- Tongue and Groove
E/M-End Matched STK- Select Tight Knot
R/F- Rough Face or Resawn Face

All prices listed FOB Winthrop, Wa
Prices are subject to Availability
Prices subject to change without notice
MBF-Thousand Board Feet
LF- Lineal (running) Feet

Joe's Quick Conversion Tip:
To convert from BF to LF multiply the nominal thickness by the nominal width and divide by 12. This answer will be the convension factor (CF) Divide the Board Foot cost by the CF to find the Linear Feet price.
(i.e. 1/2x8 @ $1650 mbf; 1x8=8 12/8 = 1.5. 1.65/1.5=1.1 or $1.10 per LF)