It is Crawley Timber Company’s policy that all roads will be left in as good or better condition after the harvest as they were before the harvest. Also we will not leave any ditches stopped up with logging debris and all fields will be left clear and free of any logging debris. Continue reading
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Selling Your Timber?
Crawley Timber Company is a timber Company located in Kinston, North Carolina, and serves all landowners throughout Eastern North Carolina. It is our objective to supply the mills with the highest quality forest products, get the landowner the highest value for their forest products and at the same time do our harvesting in compliance with all … Continue reading
How long will it take to harvest my timber?
Project length depends on the volume of timber, the type of harvest operation and the number of acres. We will be happy to let you know an estimated time during the appraisal of your timber. Continue reading
How to Sell Your Timber
After we are contacted, one of our timber buyers will be glad to meet with you to evaluate your objectives for your property. When we establish what type of harvest you would like and the type of timber you have, we may begin the appraisal process for the purpose of determining the value of your … Continue reading
What is the difference between clear cutting and selective cutting?
Clear cutting means most – or all – of the trees in a given area are cut down. In selective cutting, only selected trees are cut, leaving the rest of the stand intact. Continue reading
How do you know which harvest operation is right for my property?
Our timber buyers will come out and look at your timber, evaluate the type of timber you have, the type of land your timber is on and then based on the landowners objectives we can determine what type of harvest to recommend. Continue reading
How much is my timber worth?
The worth of your timber depends on type, amount, and demand. As part of our appraisal process, we will let you know your timber’s value depending on where the timber market is sitting at that time. Being a large producer allows us to maximize the market value of your timber. Continue reading