Walnut Timber Buyers lets you know exactly what your trees are worth when you want to sell to the best timber companies in Illinois. Our unique tree appraisal process allows our licensed and experienced timber buyers to evaluate every marketable tree you won. Plus, we can handle everything during the tree harvesting process. Our services include:
We are excited to announce that we have aligned with other mills to become a large bourbon and wine barrel producer. With that in mind, we are looking to buy white oak staves that we can use to produce bourbon and wine barrels for a five-state area. Our name is Walnut Timber Buyers, but we buy a lot more than just black walnut trees!
We have learned after serving as one of the best timber companies in Illinois for many years that most landowners do not know how valuable their trees are. That is why we start our process by providing a free tree appraisal. That way, you can learn what your trees are worth according to fair timber market values. Before getting started, there are a few qualifications that we look for when working with landowners. We are looking for those with woodlands that meet the following conditions:
Our name is Walnut Timber Buyers, but we buy more than just walnut trees! We purchase several marketable hardwoods constantly in demand with importers. If your forest meets the conditions outlined above, we would like to provide you with a free timber appraisal if you own the following kinds of trees:
When you want to sell trees, you should make sure to work with one of the best timber companies in Illinois. Walnut Timber Buyers offers licensed timber buyers, the best loggers in Illinois, and all the logistics you need to get your wood from your property to end users. Fill out the contact form on our website or give us a call at 309-316-7966. We buy trees all year long. So, you can schedule a free timber appraisal any time of year!
Thank you for your interest in Walnut Timber Buyers. At this time we are only considering projects of 20 or more mature trees. For residential projects and projects of less then 20 trees, please contact your local tree service.