As the most aggressive, destructive and invasive plant in the UK, Japanese knotweed is a blight for homeowners, developers and commercial property owners alike. Eradication and removal is the only guaranteed way to ensure it doesn’t return.
Japanese Knotweed Removal Aftercare
Once our team have completed the removal of the knotweed, we won’t leave you to deal with any future occurrences or issues that arise. We offer a holistic removal service, where we work with you to monitor the site post-treatment.
Management Plans for Removing Japanese Knotweed
Japanese knotweed takes up to three years to fully remove, depending on the approach that is undertaken. Therefore, we provide clear management plans with timescales, proposals and what we will do at each stage, as well as a map detailing the extent and risk of knotweed on the property and surrounding land. We can offer these for residential or commercial properties, regardless of the scope of the project.
We work across multiple sectors, both private and public, to offer our expert services, from consultancy to removal.
When preparing to develop a site, carrying out a survey and removal is best done before any construction starts. With our ability to carry out dog surveys, we can find knotweed all year round, and begin removal reactively to ensure your project isn’t delayed and can continue, backed by our guarantees.
Our parent company, Grounds Care Group, uses a bespoke live reporting software called iView, developed over 12 years, and as a Japanese Knotweed Specialist customer, you will have access to iView. This gives you insight and scheduling reports, as well as access to receipts, quotes and documentation at the click of a button. Here, you can see the progress of your Japanese knotweed removal, all from your computer or phone.