Removing Japanese Knotweed in Rowley Regis
Did you know that the environment agency has described Japanese Knotweed as the most invasive species of plant in Britain? You wouldn’t think that it grows in Rowley Regis – but it does!
Every single part of the plant, and any soil contaminated with it, are classified as controlled waste and must be removed and disposed of by a licensed waste control operator. Therefore, if you require any of your Japanese knotweed treating or removing in Rowley Regis, then contact us today.
Japanese Knotweed is extremely deceiving with its lush green colour and blooming white flowers. No one would know it had an invasive, fast growing and extremely persistent nature, growing a huge 10cm a day in Summer. It can cause damage to buildings, hard surfaces and the ecosystem of the surrounding area, swamping native and other vegetation.
For this reason, if you think you have Japanese knotweed growing on your land, you should contact us today, so we can begin removing Japanese Knotweed from your worries and in Rowley Regis!
If there is the slightest trace of Japanese Knotweed on your property, or even on your street, then there is a valid reason for mortgage lenders to refuse you a mortgage. It is also illegal for it to begin encroaching on a neighbouring property and you could receive a penalty.
The presence of Japanese Knotweed on a development site can incur much worse penalties, as it has the potential to lead to prosecution, for example imprisonment of up to 2 years; or compensation claims of up to £5,000!
If you aren’t sure if you do have Japanese Knotweed growing on your land, but just wanted to double check then that is fine. We offer a free photo identification service, where you can send us a picture of your suspected Japanese knotweed via our contact form and we will reply informing you whether or not you have Japanese Knotweed!
If you require your Japanese Knotweed removing in Rowley Regis, then contact us today! Our professional and experienced team will be more than happy to help. They will give you advice, answer your questions or book you a site survey.