Japanese Knotweed Removal & Surveys in Bristol Somerset
Japanese knotweed removal, control, identification, surveys & treatment in Bristol, Somerset, UK. Mortgage compliant solutions with a 10-year guarantee.
We have a number of cost-effective remediation techniques to control / eradicate nuisance invasive weeds, such as Himalayan Balsam, Giant Hogweed and Japanese Knotweed, all of which are covered by our warranty. If you think you have Japanese Knotweed, please call South West Knotweed and we would be more than happy to conduct a survey and establish the best cause of action. We cover all parts of Bristol & Somerset. Southwest – Japanese Knotweed Removal Bristol, Somerset, The Exchange, Express Park, Bristol Road, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 4RR – Tel – 01278 247869
Japanese Knotweed Removal in Bristol Somerset UK
Southwest Knotweed provide an expert service in dealing with Japanese knotweed in Bristol and the surrounding area. Anyone who has experienced this highly invasive weed will know the damage it can cause and how difficult it can be to remove. By using our professional, friendly team you can have peace of mind your knotweed aggravations will be dealt with in a thorough manner. Once you suspect this weed is within your commercial or residential grounds you should act fast to prevent it quickly spreading. Southwest Knotweed offer survey, identification, control, treatment and removal services in Bristol, helping you remove this stubborn and damaging weed.
Pictures of Japanese Knotweed Removal in Bristol and Somerset
What is Japanese Knotweed?
Japanese knotweed is a resilient and invasive weed which can grow over 2 metres tall, suppressing other plant growth around it. In Japan the natural environment supplies the insects and fungus which feed on the weed and keep it in check. This is not the case in the environments in to which it has been introduced such as the UK. The creeping underground stems, called rhizomes, can penetrate to a depth of 2 meters making it difficult to fully eradicate the weed without professional assistance. Unless you get rid of the whole root system the weed will just keep coming back to blight your grounds.
Japanese knotweed dies back over winter, but do not be lulled in to a false sense of security. Come Spring it will have returned, sending out fresh shoots which have the appearance of asparagus stems. By early summer it will have grown to resemble a dense batch of tall bamboo canes, overshadowing and engulfing everything around it. Japanese knotweed can be mistaken for other plants and this is why identifying it correctly is key. By contacting Southwest Knotweed you can quickly have an answer and if it is the weed you hoped it wasn’t, we can recommend an appropriate course of removal.
What Damage can Japanese Knotweed Cause?
Left unchecked this invasive weed will not only suppress the plants you want to thrive, but can penetrate structures within your grounds. It can grow through a number of strong surfaces like tarmac and will penetrate any cracks in concrete. Without treatment you could find the weed causing damage to paving, drains, driveways and even boundary walls. Left to grow it can also cause damage to your buildings and penetrate cavity walls. Whether you have Japanese knotweed at a residential or commercial property, reduce the chance of damage by allowing Southwest Knotweed to treat it early.
How We Can Help
Since 2011 Southwest Knotweed have been using their expertise to combat this invasive menace of a weed across the South West of the UK. Once you approach us with a potential Japanese Knotweed issue we can carry out a detailed survey of your commercial or residential site, providing a report within 3 days. We are PCA certificated surveyors and if we confirm the weed is Japanese Knotweed we will recommend a treatment plan appropriate for your site, including the herbicides and materials we will be using. Treatment methods can depend on various factors. If there is no urgent requirement to remove the weed immediately we may use a Herbicide Application Program which controls the weed. At the other end of the scale where time is key then spraying the weed and mechanically removing it is an option. How we treat Japanese Knotweed is determined by the needs of the individual customer, whose interests you can be assured Southwest Knotweed will take in to consideration in every discussion and ultimate treatment plan.
Japanese Knotweed can result in problems obtaining a mortgage due to its potential to damage property structures. Mortgage lenders can be reluctant to lend on properties which has this invasive weed present. Our detailed survey report can be used to help in a mortgage application and our Japanese Knotweed management plans on how we aim to treat the weed provide a mortgage compliant solution with a 10 year guarantee.
Contact Us Today
If you suspect your commercial or residential property in Bristol or Somerset has Japanese Knotweed within its grounds, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly and helpful team today. Since 2011 it has been our business to help eradicate this invasive and resilient weed from properties around the South West of the UK. Japanese Knotweed is a tough weed to be rid of, but with our professional expertise we can work out an effective solution between us which works for your property and at a timescale of your convenience. Japanese Knotweed left to its own devices can cause damage to your property and can make selling or buying even more stressful. Let Southwest Knotweed help you remove this burden and your Japanese Knotweed for good.
Contact our Bristol Branch
Our Somerset branch now covers all of Bristol.
Japanese Knotweed Removal Bristol, Somerset, The Exchange,
In Somerset we cover the following postcode areas:
Axbridge, Bath, Bristol, Bridgwater, Bruton, Burnham on sea, Castle on Cary, Chard, Clevedon, Crewkerne, Dulverton, Frome, Glastonbury, Highbridge, Ilminster, Keynsham, Langport, Midsomer Norton, Minehead, Nailsea, North Petherton, Norton Radstock, Portishead, Portishead & North Weston, Radstock, Shepton Mallet, Somerton, South Petherton, Street, Taunton, Watchet, Wellington, Wells, Weston-super-mare, Wincanton, Winsford, Wiveliscombe, Yeovil