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.
A survey is the quickest way to find out if you have a problem with Japanese knotweed, get started by contacting us today to arrange a survey at a day and time that suits you.
We will visit your property and carry out a survey free of charge*. Following the survey, you will receive your survey report and works quotation. The quote will include the cost of remedial works and guarantees and insurance if applicable. Our report will quantify the extent of the problem, with detail of our findings, photographs, and a survey drawing. If observed we will include on-site property damage assessments and encroachment concerns between neighbouring properties resulting from target plants.
*There are circumstances as defined below where fees for surveys will apply:
Upon payment we will provide a written visual assessment report of our findings for your records.
If the area to be surveyed is greater than 1 acre, we reserve the right to apply a charge to carry out the survey, please enquire for a price.
If the survey is to be carried out in Scotland, on the Isle of Man, or Isle of Wight charges may apply, please ask us for a price.
A Japanese knotweed survey is a specialised inspection process carried out by trained professionals to identify the presence, extent, and potential future risks of Japanese knotweed on a particular property or site.
Japanese Knotweed is an invasive plant species that can cause significant damage to structures, negatively affect property values, and result in legal liabilities. Hence, understanding its presence and severity is crucial.
If you suspect the presence of Japanese knotweed on your property, are involved in property transactions, or have been notified of its presence nearby, a survey might be needed.
“Finding out you have Japanese knotweed is quite a shock but my first contact Japanese Knotweed Ltd was talking to Dan, he was excellent very understanding and attentive.
I phoned him on a number of occasions and he was so reassuring and knowledgeable. My management program was put in place within 2 weeks and my mortgage offer followed a week later.
Superb company, all the people you speak with are very good and so good to deal with!”
– Peter Bradshaw
Landowners have a responsibility to deal with knotweed infestations and stop the spread. Read the legal consequences of not taking action.
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