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Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Southport

Japanese Knotweed Removal
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Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Southport

Eradication of Japanese Knotweed in SouthportJapanese Knotweed is a real problem for homeowners and those looking to buy a new property. That is why eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Southport is so important!

The presence of Japanese Knotweed can hinder the sale of a property and decrease the value! The invasive and damaging nature of the knotweed make selling a property with the presence of it difficult.

If Japanese knotweed is present on your property we highly recommend that eradication of Japanese Knotweed is carried out. Without a certified site survey in place you will not be able to move ahead with either the sale of or re-mortgage of your property. To learn more about the effects of Japanese Knotweed for homeowners, click here.

However, all is not lost as eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Southport and throughout the UK is possible. As a PCA qualified surveyor we follow the RICs and PCA guidelines for treating and eradicating Japanese Knotweed. Our knowledge and experienced team will be able to advice you as to the best method of treatment.

From your initial contact our professional team will be able to answer your questions and arrange for your site survey to take place. From this site survey a management plan will outline what method of treatment is best suited for your site and specifications. It will also detail any costs involved.

We all provide a 10-year company guarantee. On top of this we also offer a 10-year insurance backed guarantee which most mortgage companies will require.

If you are homeowner and have Japanese Knotweed on your land, contact us today! We can assist with the eradication of Japanese Knotweed in Southport!

Not sure if you have Japanese Knotweed? Why not send us a photo using our free online photograph service and we will identify your suspect plant! Click here to send a photo.