COVID-19 UPDATE – 11th May 2020
Following the Government announcement on 10th May of changes to the UK lockdown, we can now continue with invasive plant removal for commercial and residential clients as long as social distancing measures can be implemented for your specific project.
We would like to reassure our customers that, as far as possible and within the social distancing guidelines, we will continue to deal with your Japanese knotweed, bamboo and other invasive plants. Please contact us to discuss your project.
Although we are now well into the Japanese knotweed growing season, please do not panic or be tempted to deal with an infestation yourself, which could make the situation worse.
With remote working now established for our entire team, we remain available to advise you over the telephone and will continue to provide our full administrative functions. Where, because of social distancing measures, we are not able to start removal work until the rules are relaxed we remain available to advise you over the telephone and will continue to provide our full administrative functions. In cases where we can’t carry out site surveys we can prepare apanese Knotweed Management Plans and quotations remotely, from information provided by our customers.
We also offer a free identification service, so if you’re worried about a plant growing in your garden and you’re unsure what it is, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, we are a financially robust company that has been operating for 24 years, with a strong balance sheet. Never before has the importance of a solid insurance-backed guarantee been so great and we hope it will comfort our customers to know that ours are underwritten by an A-rated insurer.
If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Nic Seal, Founder and MD of Environet