You have already made the right choice in materials when you decided you wanted to buy walnut timber in Sangamon County, IL. After all, there are few woods more beautiful than the stunning and structurally sound walnut timber found across Illinois. But where should you go to buy it? There are lots of factors to consider when you’re making a purchase like this.
At Walnut Timber Buyers, we work hard to ensure our product is the best on the market. Our decades of experience as loggers, mill operators, and timber buyers and sellers ensure we know exactly where to look for the best prices. Those prices will be passed on to you when you buy from us. We are also among the few companies that harvest, mill, and sell walnut timber. Rest assured, we aren’t going to pass along the cost of middlemen to you.
We have worked diligently to build deep connections. We use these connections to get you the best prices because our family values its relationships. We work hard to make a positive impression on our customers and product providers—all so that they will want to work with us again and again. We also always strive to stay connected to those with whom we work. We seek to provide the best service and pricing to the people we work with, sell to, and buy from. Fortunately, that has been a goal we have achieved. These relationships allow us to understand all the trends in the timber market. Therefore, we always know where to go for the best product and pricing and we are proud to pass that savings along to you. The Walnut Timber Buyers Difference ensures you’ll get the best when you buy our walnut timber.
Walnut Timber Buyers has a competitive market for a variety of hardwood trees, including white oak, red oak, hickory, cherry, and hard maple in addition to walnut. We also work across all of Illinois, Central and Eastern Missouri, Southern Wisconsin, and Eastern Iowa. That means you can trust you’ll find the best hardwoods in the Midwest for your needs.
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.