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Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Eccleshall

Japanese Knotweed Removal
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Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Eccleshall

Removal of Japanese Knotweed in EccleshallRemoval of Japanese Knotweed in Eccleshall has been an issue for many years, with many homeowners struggling with the damage it cause or find it hard to sell their home. What can you do when Japanese Knotweed is growing on your land and preventing you from selling your home?

Japanese Knotweed was originally brought into the UK as an ornamental plant by the Victorians and was adored due to its aesthetics. Little did the Victorians know, how deadly the weed is altogether! Nowadays the weed is known best for causing structural damage to homes and buildings, providing the root zone is within 7m of the boundary! Away from its native environment it lacks the natural enemies that control its growth, as a result it causes the widespread damage and infestation we see in the UK.

This therefore results in mortgage lenders refusing funds against properties, as the homes do not have good enough security to do so. Most mortgage lenders will allow funds against the property, providing you have a site survey in place. This is so that the mortgage lenders know to what extent the Japanese Knotweed is existing on the current property which will allow the funds to be released.

If Japanese Knotweed is growing on your land, then a management plan to arrange for the removal of Japanese Knotweed in Eccleshall would also be required. This documentation shows the treatment that will be carried out on the Japanese Knotweed to eradicate it and the cost involved in the remediation process.

If you have any Japanese Knotweed issues or if you require removal of Japanese Knotweed in Eccleshall, contact us today! Call us onĀ 0800 1337 444 to arrange for your site survey. Alternatively, you can complete our online contact form. Japanese Knotweed Expert is here to help!