A: Yes, It's a pack of california redwood 4x4x8.
A: I bought one beam, and nothing came with it!
A: Yes it does cost more the $300 for a package of 4 4X4 sections of "grey" redwood that needed be air dried for a few months. Previously it had been $125 and I balked at that and then when it went up again I stopped using redwood and switched to Douglas fir. The redwood (when dried) was nicer to work with but the price was just too steep, maybe the California tree huggers are saving their forest by over pricing the material.
A: The pricing listed for the item is the correct retail. Shipping is based on the distance and weight of the product and can be costly as lumber weighs a considerable amount.
A: Some one isn't doing their math..why buy four when you can buy one at $18 a pop then x four equals...$72 some odd money..What ever...
A: Not sure what home Depot is doing with the pricing but per 4 pack when I bought it was $71.44;. It now lists for $135.44 per 4 pack. Not sure where you get the nearly $350.00 price from.
A: Yes, that is the current price, I originally purchased it for $125 last year then the price went up to $165 earlier this year which I thought was too expensive and hesitated to buy at $165 and the price went to $350 which is way to expensive for my projects. It is good would that comes “green” and needs to be air dried for a few months but becomes a very good finished piece. I have tried changing to kiln dried Douglas fir.
A: No, I have not found another source
A: Single pieces are available at select Home Depot Stores, please visit your local Home Depot Contractor Services for availability and pricing.
A: This Construction Common Redwood Lumber will have 4 pieces in a bundle.
A: 6 pieces
A: There are 4 pieces in each bundle.