Sell Your Timber in Guernsey County Ohio

If you are ready to sell your trees for lumber in Guernsey County Ohio, we are ready to buy! At K&B Lumber and Forestry, we are a regular buyer of standing timber in Ohio, and we are particularly fond of trees in Guernsey county. Why? The forests in Guernsey are top notch and have exceptional timber resources – if you own forested land in the county, we are giving you the opportunity to sell your trees for top dollar.

We offer exceptional logging and forestry services and you can count on us to deliver to give you honest and fair prices for your timber. With over 20 years of experience in the logging industry, we know how to treat you and your forest with respect. We always use forestry best management practices on your land, including setting up efficient logging roads, minimizing erosion, and protecting your wildlife.

We are a “one stop shop” when it comes to logging and lumber, meaning we see the entire process through from the initial survey of your land to the stacking of finished lumber. With us, you don’t have to go through a broker or middle man (and have to pay them!) – we take care of it all!

Contact us today to sell your timber – we promise you’ll be glad you did!

Guernsey County Ohio Timber Sales

We buy timber from the following areas of Guernsey County:

  • Adams
  • Byesville
  • Cambridge
  • Center
  • Cumberland
  • Fairview
  • Jackson
  • Jefferson
  • Knox
  • Liberty
  • Londonderry
  • Lore City
  • Madison
  • Millwood
  • Monroe
  • Old
  • Oxford
  • Pleasant City
  • Quaker City
  • Richland
  • Salesville
  • Senecaville
  • Spencer
  • Valley
  • Washington
  • Westland
  • Wheeling
  • Willis

This list isn’t comprehensive – If you don’t see you location above, we still want to buy your timber!

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