JAPANESE KNOTWEED IDENTIFICATION
Our free online identification is quick and easy to use. Upload pictures of suspected Japanese knotweed and we will correctly identify whether you have knotweed or not.
Japanese Knotweed Ltd is the UK’s trusted knotweed specialists. We offer treatment and removal services for Japanese knotweed infestations across England, Scotland and Wales.
Japanese knotweed is a non-native invasive species that is capable of damaging property, making it difficult to secure a mortgage and putting construction projects on hold.
We can help! Japanese Knotweed Ltd (JKL) is a private limited company, founded in 2010 we now operate nationwide. All our surveyors are CSJK approved and our field operatives are fully qualified.
We work for construction companies, developers, facilities management, housing associations, local authorities, property maintenance and private property owners. For land investors and developers it’s vital to get a pre-purchase knotweed survey carried out to ensure development can go ahead.
If you suspect that you may need help with a Japanese knotweed problem, the best place to start is by using our free identification tool, or by requesting a survey.
Herbicide treatments applied over time exhausts the knotweed plant bringing it under effective control and preventing further spread. We can get knotweed under control for you.
Our treatment plan (often referred to as a Knotweed Management Plan or KMP) is typically carried out over a period of 3, 5 or 10 years to ensure a long-term solution. It takes the stress out of controlling Japanese knotweed and comes with an insurance backed guarantee.
Contact us to see how a treatment plan will get your knotweed under control.
Excavation is a permanent solution to completely remove Japanese knotweed from your land, and is suitable for residential and commercial properties or private landowners. Often chosen to enable change of land use and to avoid costly delays to building projects, excavation of knotweed is carried out by highly qualified operatives.
Depending on the intended land use, the excavated knotweed material and soils can either be left on site in a managed way or removed and disposed at a licensed landfill, leaving your land fit for purpose.
If you suspect that you may have Japanese knotweed on your property, contact us to see how our excavation services can get rid of knotweed.