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Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Whitchurch

Japanese Knotweed Removal
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Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Whitchurch

Do you live in Whitchurch and have a problem with Japanese Knotweed? Do you require removal of Japanese Knotweed in Whitchurch? Many people are worried about Japanese Knotweed and there are many news reports about it throughout the country.

Removal of Japanese Knotweed in WhitchurchJapanese Knotweed is very invasive and spreads rapidly. It can grow up to 4 inches a day. Not only does the foliage grow rapidly, but the root system spreads out over several metres. When it does the roots can break through tar mac, concrete foundations and grow into your property.

If you have Japanese Knotweed growing on or near your land it can greatly devalue your property and hinder the sale of you house!

Getting mortgages on properties which have Japanese Knotweed can be a great problem, as many mortgages lenders will refuse to lend on a property with it. This is due to the damage it can cause to a property.

However, all is not lost, Japanese Knotweed can be treated and removed from site. If there is a suitable site survey and management plan in place, which outlines that the Japanese knotweed is being treated. Proof will also need to be provided from the contractor carrying out the treatment. By having the above in place, you will stand a higher chance of being accepted for a mortgage if you have Japanese Knotweed on your land.

If you are looking to have removal of Japanese Knotweed in Whitchurch carried out and require a mortgage or are looking to sell a property. We would also recommend that you employee a contractor who can offer a 10-year insurance backed guarantee. As mortgage lenders preferred if this is in place, as there is less risk involved.

If you have Japanese knotweed growing on your land, contact us today on 0800 1337 444. We can carry out safe and effective removal of Japanese knotweed in Whitchurch.