Japanese knotweed removal in the East of England
Japanese knotweed discovered on your development site? Has the unexpected cost effected your profit margin?
Why Choose Environet Services?
If left untreated and allowed to grow, Japanese knotweed poses serious risks to people and property. It can damage homes, lead to expensive structural repairs, spread to neighbouring properties and raise complicated legal issues. It can even cause home values to plummet and make them impossible to sell.
Japanese knotweed is no ordinary plant. And it is one that's almost impossible to get rid of on your own. Owing to this non-native species' deep and wide root system, anything you do above ground, like cutting it down, won't have much impact. Neither will trying to dig it out of the ground, as there’s a good chance many parts of the roots would remain. It would then start growing and causing trouble all over again.
Many people with an infestation of Japanese knotweed have tried and failed to kill it off, or even contain this rapidly growing plant. Months and years can be spent trying to eradicate it, and great amounts of money expended on weed killers. In the end, it all comes to nothing as this seemingly unstoppable weed just keeps on growing and causing damage.
This is time to call in the experts in Japanese knotweed removal. When you hand this important task over to them, you know you will be in safe hands and they will get rid of this scourge of a weed once and for all. That's because the best Japanese knotweed removal firms have spent years perfecting their research-based methods for optimal eradication of the plant.
Environet has invested heavily in research and development and has the expertise and equipment that's required to ensure that Japanese knotweed is killed off and won't come back. Our Japanese knotweed treatment plans are based on a number of approaches. These include using powerful herbicide treatments that kill an infestation over a number of growing seasons.
We are also able to perform a full dig-out of an infested site and ensure there's nothing left to start growing again. This is a highly eco-friendly method of Japanese knotweed removal as it doesn't disturb the surrounding areas. The technology we've developed allows us to sift the infected soil, removing parts of the problem plant and returning the soil to its original location.
But we won't stop there. When you call in Environet as a contractor for Japanese knotweed eradication, you're getting work that's fully guaranteed. Because our Japanese knotweed removal techniques are so effective, our guarantees are underwritten at Lloyd’s, a market leading rated insurer. This can cover customers for up to 10 years in case the weed begins growing in the same location. The standard policy has a maximum limit of liability of £100,000 — few Japanese knotweed removal firms are able to provide such an insurance-backed guarantee.
Expert Japanese knotweed eradication and a solid guarantee are essential, and often required, when selling or buying a property. A Japanese knotweed surveyor will make a report to a mortgage provider and ask that expert Japanese knotweed removal be carried out before an application can proceed. Trying to get rid of this entrenched weed at such a vital time could well result in the loss of a sale, meaning you not only still have your Japanese knotweed dilemma, but you're also seriously out of pocket.
If you're are looking for the very best in Japanese knotweed eradication in the UK, look no further than Environet. We have what it takes to make all your Japanese knotweed removal problems disappear — and stay that way. Contact us now and you could soon be saying “sayonara” to all your Japanese knotweed headaches.
Environet cover the following areas within the East of England: Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
All of our removal projects are offered with up to a 10 year Insurance Backed Guarantee (IBG) underwritten at Lloyd's. This provides peace of mind for both yourself and lenders alike.
Contact us today for further information about our surveys and methods.
The map highlights some examples of where we have discovered Japanese knotweed in the East of England over the last 20 years