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Jimbeaux28
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2007
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Best place in Baton Rouge area to buy a pallet of privacy fence pickets
I will need quite a few 1x6x8 pine fence pickets and figure there has to be a more cost effective place to get them in bulk than Lowe's or Home Depot.

TIA!


Earthmover
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Central
Member since Jan 2013
253 posts

re: Best place in Baton Rouge area to buy a pallet of privacy fence pickets
I bought 400 of them last year from Stein in Walker last year. Few cents cheaper per.


Jimbeaux28
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2007
3474 posts

re: Best place in Baton Rouge area to buy a pallet of privacy fence pickets
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I bought 400 of them last year from Stein in Walker last year. Few cents cheaper per.


Thanks!


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MotorBoater
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Hammond
Member since Sep 2010
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re: Best place in Baton Rouge area to buy a pallet of privacy fence pickets
If it’s just fence boards you need Lowe’s and Home Depot usually can’t be beat. They sell the fence boards as a loss leader item. Now the post and concrete can be found cheaper from a local lumber yard.


Jimbeaux28
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2007
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re: Best place in Baton Rouge area to buy a pallet of privacy fence pickets
Good to know - thanks!


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lsu1919
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Member since May 2017
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re: Best place in Baton Rouge area to buy a pallet of privacy fence pickets
Not sure about the 8 footers, but the 6 footers go on sale every couple of months at the big box stores. Got 6 footers for 1.25 a piece last year, usually 1.60.



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baldona
Auburn Fan
Florida
Member since Feb 2016
5999 posts

re: Best place in Baton Rouge area to buy a pallet of privacy fence pickets
My local lumber yard delivers free of charge for any order over $100, it's pretty damn awesome. Many do. Lowes and Hd are usually like $80 I believe but it's been awhile. With a whole pallet it would still add up, but just something to keep in mind when placing a large order like that. Having it dropped off by forklift or whatever is a hell of a lot easier then unloading a truck by hand.


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