No this is a Quality Framing 2 x 4 Stud, If it was Fire Retardent, it would be Labeled
They want an arm and a leg, and your first born male child.
See for yourself. It is no good for me to give you a price. The prices can change too quickly. Here is the Home Depot page on what you are asking for: https://www.homedepot.com/s/2x4x10%2520lumber?NCNI-5
6.97 that was last week
A reasonable estimate for house building lumber costs is somewhere around $15 to $30 per square foot. For an average sized home, this works out to approximately $35,000 to $55,000 (this price also includes the price of nails, etc.).Apr 8, 2020 So $15 times 2400 is $36,000. $30 times 24000 is $72,000. You will notice that the date on these figures is April, a year ago. Lumber prices have been going up fast recently. As far as board feet is concerned, Home Depot will probably give you amounts and prices.
I hear you can trade your soul for building materials to some creepy looking guy. He’s usually standing down at the crossroads leaning on a pitchfork full of used tool belts.
You will need to ask in the Lumber Department of Home Depot
Go to Home Depots Lumber Department, tell them the size of stud you want and length
I'm sure that you can only use the 11% at Menards. When you buy a item at Menards that has the 11% rebate you have to fill out the rebate form and send it along with the sales receipt to the rebate center. Takes about 6-8 weeks and they send you a rebate that you use for money off on your next purchase.
I would check with some one in the Lumber Department at Home Depot