Timber Logging in Ohio; sell timber, we buy
timber in Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia.
Each year the Crownover Lumber Company purchases 2 million
board feet of standing timber. If you own a stand of trees and
would like to sell timber you should
for a free estimate.
With 35 years of experience we have earned the respect of our
clients and have one of the finest reputations for integrity and
sound environmental and land management practices; including
We employ trained loggers for low impact logging. A Crownover
forester supervises every site from which we buy timber. We have
Master Logging Certification
from the Ohio Forestry Association and we use Best Management
Practices to reduce soil erosion and improve the appearance of
harvesting activities during timber Logging. We are also
experienced with wildlife habitat issues that need to be
with any questions you may have about wildlife habitat issues.
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We buy timber from Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and West Virginia
with a ten acre minimum. We offer all cutting practices, select
cutting and clear cutting in certain areas.
Here are some questions you should ask a timber logging company before you sell timber:
- Are you a Master Logging company?.
- Do you carry Workers’ Compensation coverage?
- Do you have Public Liability Insurance?
- How many years experience do you have in timber logging?
- How will the loggers be supervised on site?
- What land management and conservation practices do you adhere to when you buy timber?
- What steps will you take to repair damage from logging activities?
- Can you provide references?
And here are a few questions you may be asked when you sell timber:
If you own a stand of trees and would like to sell timber you should contact us for a free estimate.
- What timber are you selling? How many acres, trees or board feet, what types of trees?
- Can the trees be accessed with heavy equipment?
- Have you thought about the impact logging would have on neighboring landowners, aesthetics and appearance as well as soil erosion?
- Are there any wildlife concerns?