Japanese Knotweed Company

With offices located in Cobham in Surrey, Wallingford in Oxfordshire, Birmingham and Manchester and smaller depots across the UK, we are well placed to quickly respond to your Japanese knotweed needs. As proud members of the Property Care Association’s (PCA) ‘Invasive Weed Control Group’ you can be sure that our Japanese knotweed solutions will always be carried out to the highest standard.

Early identification of a japanese knotweed company infestation is key to avoiding expensive remediation costs, prosecution for misrepresentation at the due diligence stage of commercial properties and/or claims for structural damage caused by the weed’s rhizomes (underground stems). If you suspect that you have an infestation please do not hesitate to contact our PCA qualified surveyors or book a free site inspection on 0800 023 2520.

Trustworthy Japanese Knotweed Company: Ensuring Successful Eradication

If your property is impacted by Japanese Knotweed it’s important to notify your estate agent as soon as possible. Failure to do so can potentially jeopardise future sales of the property as well as being a breach of your estate agent’s legal obligation to present the property truthfully.

We can provide comprehensive Japanese knotweed management plans to help you control and eradicate the problem, with different packages available depending on your requirements. We are also able to offer flexible payment plans for all our services.

Jim Glaister, the director of our Hampshire office, has been working with Japanese knotweed since 2004 and is a frequent speaker on the subject at seminars to construction companies, mortgage advisers and environmental consultants. Jim is also a member of the PCA’s Invasive Weed Control Group and contributes to their subscription online information portal survey. He was one of the first in the country to pass the Certificated Surveyor in Japanese Knotweed qualification (CSJK) and regularly serves as a marker for this exam.

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