Japanese Knotweed Removal

Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Oakengates

Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Oakengates

Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Oakengates, Telford is vitally important. As such removal of Japanese knotweed is essential throughout the UK. This invasive weed needs to be controlled and removed!

Japanese Knotweed grows rapidly, this is not just its foliage, which can grow at a rate of 1.2 metres per month during the growing season. Its rhizomes (roots) can grow out from the original stand for several metres. The rhizomes growth can go unnoticed until they break through concrete, foundations or grow out of your walls!

Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Oakengates - New Growth of Japanese knotweedThis shows how important removal of Japanese knotweed in Oakengates is, as Japanese Knotweed can overtake your garden in no time. Therefore, we offer a friendly, efficient and knowledgeable service to all our clients, to give the best service possible. Ensuring your Japanese Knotweed outbreak is treated correctly and is completely removed from site.

There are several different treatment options, however the most common method is herbicide treatment. This method is normally the primary method for domestic clients, who want the Japanese Knotweed eradicated completely, but have no deadline. This method takes approximately 3 years to complete, the first year, during the growing season, the Japanese Knotweed is treated with the herbicide. Following this the site is inspected for a further 2 years to ensure no further regrowth occurs.

However, excavation and removal is common for commercial clients or when building work is being completed. As this method ensures the Japanese Knotweed is quickly removed, meaning the building work can continue with little delay. Although the Japanese Knotweed can be treated quickly it is also the costliest method!

Therefore, if you require removal of Japanese Knotweed in Oakengates, contact us today! Our friendly and knowledgeable team will be happy to give you advice or to arrange a site survey.