Do you require Japanese Knotweed removal in Warwick? Then look no further Japanese Knotweed Expert is the company for you! With over 18 years’ experience, extensive knowledge and PCA accreditation, you can rest assured that any Japanese Knotweed outbreak will be treated effectively!
This invasive weed is rapid growing and can overtake your garden in no time. It can grow up to 1.2 metres per month during the growing session, causing damage to your property and possibly your neighbours. However, come the winter it dies back and can give the impression that it is gone but it will come back with vengeance again in the spring.
Can you treat Japanese Knotweed yourself? We would highly recommend that you DO NOT carry out DIY treatment of Japanese Knotweed! Why? New growth of Japanese Knotweed can be caused by the smallest piece of rhizome, about a fingernail size. It is also illegal to fly tip it and you a not allowed to dispose of it in your green waste bin. The disposal of Japanese Knotweed is very controlled to ensure further growth does not occur.
If you are in the process of selling or buying a property, mortgage lenders will require a certified company with the necessary qualifications and documentation to show that the Japanese Knotweed it being treated. Unless this is shown they may decline the mortgage.
We can provide you with a site survey and management plan, both of which are recognised by mortgage companies. The site survey outlines the location of the Japanese Knotweed, the risks to the site and any recommendations. Whereas the management plan details the best treatment method and the costs involved in the Japanese Knotweed removal.
Along with these documentations, many lenders will look for a 10-year insurance backed guarantee on any eradication work carried out on the Japanese Knotweed.
Contact us today for assistance with Japanese Knotweed removal in Warwick.
Japanese Knotweed is a common invasive weed that is found throughout the UK, therefore removal of Japanese Knotweed in Southam is necessary.
Many of you may be wondering what is Japanese Knotweed? It is an invasive weed, which is fast growing and can spread at a rate of 1.2 metres per month. Its effects are not limited to the foliage above ground, but also to the root systems underground. Its extensive roots, which are known as rhizomes, can grow out from the original standby several metres. These roots are strong and can break through paving, tarmac, foundations and walls. Therefore, the removal of Japanese Knotweed is highly recommended.
Japanese Knotweed is deceiving in its appearance. To look at it is very pleasing to the eye. It has large heart-shaped leaves and red stems. In late summer it has a lovely small white flower. Because of its attractive nature, it is also very attractive to insects. To learn more about how to identify Japanese Knotweed, click here.
As mentioned above it grows rapidly and is very invasive, so don’t be deceived by its appearance!
It is important to carry out the removal of Japanese Knotweed in Southam, as soon as Japanese Knotweed has been identified. There are many laws and legislation’s surrounding Japanese Knotweed, therefore we highly recommend that you call in the expert to deal with your outbreak. For example, if you dispose of Japanese knotweed in your household or green waste bin you could have a fine and even a prison sentence!
The Japanese Knotweed Expert
As the Japanese Knotweed Expert, we ensure that we are up to date with all the laws surrounding Japanese knotweed. We also ensure that our surveys and management plan reports are in line with the PCA and RICs guidelines. This ensures that you have the most effective treatment course is carried out.
To arrange your site survey for the removal of Japanese Knotweed in Southam, contact us today!
Is anyone concerned about the removal of Japanese Knotweed in Shipston-on-Stour? Japanese Knotweed has become a growing problem for many residents not just in Shipston-on-Stour but throughout the country.
This invasive nature of this plant means that it quickly spreads and causes damage to surrounding buildings. As many may know it is not illegal to have it growing on your land, however, it is illegal to allow it to grow onto a neighbouring property or to fly tip soil containing Japanese Knotweed. These actions mentioned above only further the spread of Japanese Knotweed.
There are many laws that surround Japanese Knotweed, especially when disposing of Japanese Knotweed. There is specific guideline also set out by the PCA (Property Care Association) and RICs to ensure the safe and effective removal of Japanese Knotweed.
Japanese Knotweed Removal
As a company, we ensure that we stay up to date and follow the laws and legislation involving Japanese Knotweed. Meaning that you as the customer get the best possible service.
For many of our clients who require removal of Japanese knotweed in Shipston-on-Stour, there are several treatment options, these include:
The most common method of treatment is found to be herbicide treatment, as it usually is the least costly, but is still effective and reliable in removing the Japanese Knotweed. The herbicide is injected or sprayed onto the Japanese Knotweed, depending on numerous factors. If the Japanese Knotweed is located near a watercourse, then the herbicide is injected to ensure the water is not contaminated. This is just one example.
Our PCA qualified surveyor will be able to carry out a full assessment of the site, to ensure the correct and most effective method/s of treatment are used for each outbreak.
If you require removal of Japanese Knotweed in Shipston-on-Stour, then contact us today on 0800 1337 444. Our experienced team will be happy to assist.
Did you know that Japanese Knotweed is recognised as one of the most invasive species of plant in Britain today? We have over 20 years of experience, as well as all the necessary qualifications. We also ensure that we keep up to date with all the necessary laws and standards that affect Japanese Knotweed removal.
Are you uncertain if it is Japanese Knotweed that is growing on your land? Then you needn’t worry anymore. We offer a free photo identification service which you can access via our online contact form. We have found that some cases of Japanese Knotweed have been misidentified and have been left to grow and become more destructive, much to the property owners horror!
If it is found that you have Japanese Knotweed growing on your land, then we are more than happy to assist you with treatment or advice.
The first steps to go ahead would be to have a site survey report completed. This would give us details of the Knotweed, i.e.
Age of stands
If the stands have been pre-treated
If the Knotweed has caused structural damage
This would mean we would have a detailed report which could be sent to mortgage lenders as your official declaration if it is required.
Depending on your status, you may wish to eradicate the Knotweed, this may be due to you wanting to sell your property or re-mortgage it. In this instant, we would recommend a management plan be put in place. This would be your quote to eradicate the Japanese Knotweed and would ensure that you have a full risk assessment as well as a breakdown of the costs involved to you.
Do you require Japanese Knotweed removal in Rugby? Then contact us today on 0800 1337 444.
Have you ever wondered about Japanese Knotweed removal in Nuneaton? Read on to learn more about this invasive weed!
Japanese Knotweed was originally brought over to the UK by the Victorians. It was often used as an ornamental plant and along railway embankments. However, they did not realise its invasive nature!
With its large heart-shaped leaves and small white flowers, it may look like a lovely plant to have in your garden. However, Japanese Knotweed can grow up to 3 metres in the summer! Its roots system can also spread out several metres, breaking through concrete, walls and foundations in the process.
Therefore, Japanese Knotweed removal in Nuneaton is important. Japanese Knotweed cannot be cut down and deposited in your garden waste bin, as this is against the law. As this will further the growth and the outbreaks throughout the UK. As a result, Japanese Knotweed is often spread by people fly-tipping contaminated soil, as removal is costly. However, it is not as costly as a fine and possible imprisonment for allowing it spread.
The smallest remnant of a Japanese Knotweed rhizome, approximately the size of a fingernail can cause new growth to occur. Therefore, calling in the experts is a MUST!
As the Japanese Knotweed Expert, we are the company for you! We have been dealing with Japanese Knotweed outbreaks for many years. Our experienced and knowledgeable team will be able to assist you in dealing with your Japanese Knotweed.
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The friendly office team would be your first point of contact, they will be able to offer advice and book you in for a site survey. Our PCA qualified surveyor will carry out the site survey to identify the Japanese Knotweed. From this, a full management plan can be put into place for Japanese Knotweed removal.
Don’t let your Japanese Knotweed outbreak linger on! Contact us today to start your Japanese Knotweed removal in Nuneaton.
When it comes to Japanese Knotweed removal in Middle Quinton, it is important that you choose the correct Japanese Knotweed expert. There are many laws and legislation that surround Japanese Knotweed. It can also easily be spread by the smallest piece of rhizome; therefore, the correct removal and disposal of knotweed is needed.
Disposing of Japanese Knotweed irresponsibly or fly tipping is illegal as Japanese Knotweed MUST be disposed of at a licensed landfill site. As mentioned the smallest piece of rhizome the size of a fingernail can cause new growth to occur. By allowing Japanese Knotweed to spread in this manner is illegal.
If your Japanese Knotweed is growing by a watercourse or source it is even more important to follow the necessary guidelines and have the qualifications to treat it. As a small piece of the plant can be taken downstream and can settle allowing a new growth of Japanese Knotweed to occur! It is also important when treating Japanese Knotweed near a water source to use the correct treatment method. If herbicide treatment is being carried out on the Japanese Knotweed, it is important that the water is not contaminated by the herbicide. Therefore, injection of the herbicide is used, ensuring the plant is effectively treated, but the water is not contaminated.
There are several methods for Japanese Knotweed removal in Middle Quinton, these include:
Herbicide treatment – as mention above this can be done by injection or spraying, or a combination of both.
Although not a heavily infested county, removal of Japanese Knotweed in Henley-In-Arden is known to be quite common, with local hot spots being reported. Japanese Knotweed is a perennial plant that forms dense stands of tall, hollow, speckled canes during summer and can damage hard surfaces such as tarmac as it grows. It can grow through the floors of houses, occasionally even through the foundations.
Stem injection can be one of the most effective methods when wanting to eradicate Japanese knotweed, but this can only be carried out by a highly trained expert. This works by spraying and injecting a translocating herbicide on both the inside and outside of the weed. This ensures the eradication of this invasive weed from your site. To learn more about ‘Our Eradication Process’ click here.
Not only is herbicide treatment an effective method to remove Japanese Knotweed but there are also other treatment options like excavation, permanent burial and combined method. Click here to learn more about these treatment services we offer.
If you suspect you need the removal of Japanese knotweed in Henley-In-Arden, from off your property, don’t fret. All you need to do is call 0800 1337 444 and with our expert knowledge and experience, we have all the information and equipment needed to eradicate the invasive weed.
When people hear the words ‘Japanese Knotweed’ they have many concerns, however, Japanese Knotweed eradication in Coleshill and throughout the UK is possible!
As the Japanese Knotweed Expert, we have over 18 years’ experience in treating and eradicating Japanese Knotweed. We ensure that we are up to date with all the necessary laws and legislation relating to Japanese Knotweed and its removal. Our PCA qualified surveyor ensures that our Site Survey and Management Plan, meet the PCA and RICs guidelines.
We also offer a 10-year company and a 10-year insurance backed guarantee. These both ensure that you are 100% happy and satisfied with the works completed to eradicate Japanese Knotweed. However, the 10-year insurance backed guarantee is also required by mortgage lenders.
This gives our clients the peace of mind that their Japanese Knotweed eradication in Coleshill, is being carried out by the professionals.
We offer several treatment options, which are all successful in Japanese Knotweed eradication. These treatment options include:
The most common treatment method is herbicide treatment. This is the least costly although it can take a minimum of 3 years to complete. The actual spraying or injection of the herbicide will take place in the first year over one full growing season. Following the last treatment, when all the Japanese Knotweed is eradicated a two-year inspection process will begin. Once a full two years of inspections have been carried out and no Japanese knotweed is present, then the site can be declared free of Japanese Knotweed.
Although herbicide treatment is commonly used the other methods of treatment are just as effective in Japanese Knotweed eradication.
If you require Japanese Knotweed Eradication in Coleshill, then contact us today on 0800 1337 444. Where one of our experienced team members will be happy to offer advice or book you in for a site survey.
Japanese Knotweed can grow a rapid 20cm a day in the growing season, which is terrifying! That is why you should call the expert, so we can begin the removal of Japanese Knotweed in Daventry.
Japanese Knotweed has an extraordinarily aggressive nature and tends to destabilise man-made structures like buildings and hard-standing walls. Any structures that are erected on Japanese Knotweed infested land are at an extensive risk of structural damage due to the roots being able to grow an incredible 3 metres deep. This can be particularly challenging to new home-buyers, home-sellers and particularly construction companies.
It is not illegal to have it on your land, but it becomes tricky when it begins to spread onto someone else’s; this is under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. Therefore, we recommend that you call in the expert so that the epidemic can be controlled, and we can begin the eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Daventry.
The eradication needs to include cautious planning to make sure that you are in line with the recent legalisations which is why we would recommend calling the expert! We offer a free photograph identification email service which allows us to quickly determine if it is Japanese Knotweed or not.
If it is existing on your land, you do not need to worry as we provide a variety of bespoke treatment methods to ensure you never have to worry about it again. We would firstly assist you by finalising a site survey and then a management plan to ensure that it is effectively eradicated.
For more information on the eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Daventry contact us today on 0800 1337 444, we have experienced professionals waiting to hear from you.
Japanese Knotweed in Atherstone, is becoming an ever increasing problem. It is also said that only around 50% of homeowners know that they are legally responsible for preventing Japanese Knotweed spreading from their property, and just around one in five are aware that they could receive an ASBO for this. For one property vender in Atherstone, the legal system surrounding Japanese Knotweed all came to light.
When selling a house, reports are carried out to determine the quality of the property. One of these reports carried out will determine whether you have Japanese Knotweed present. For this vender in Atherstone, it was not only found that Japanese Knotweed was present at the property, but it was also shown that the knotweed had spread onto the neighbouring land. This meant that the vendor was obliged to have the knotweed treated, or run the risk of the neighbour taking legal action.
This is where Japanese Knotweed Expert was able to step in and assist with the Japanese Knotweed removal in Atherstone for this particular property vender. We are able to carry out a site survey of the site to locate all Japanese Knotweed outbreak, create a management plan to deal with the Japanese Knotweed and provide the treatment and removal of it.
To see a full list of treatment services/options available please see out ‘Treatment Services’ page.
If you fear you need help with Japanese Knotweed removal in Atherstone and if you would like to avoid legal action being taken against you, or if you wish to have a survey and management plan carried out to make your house salable again. Call Japanese Knotweed Expert on 0800 1337 444 and receive the right treatment to be rid of the Japanese Knotweed once and for all.
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