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Invasive Plant Removal for Residential Properties

Trusted by thousands of UK property owners to successfully identify and remove Japanese Knotweed and other invasive species.

Japanese Knotweed can damage buildings and structures by growing through cracks in concrete or masonry, which can weaken the structure’s foundation. It can spread quickly and easily, and lead to costly repairs and a reduction in property value.

Japanese knotweed is known to be difficult to remove once established on a property, with many homeowners struggling to remove it completely. This can lead to ongoing costs associated with the management and removal of the plant. In addition, it’s classified as a “controlled waste” in the UK, and special procedures must be followed for its disposal, which can add additional costs for homeowners.

Are you a homeowner?

It is highly recommended to consult a professional contractor for Japanese knotweed removal, as it can be difficult to remove and may require specialised equipment and herbicides. Additionally, improperly removing or disposing of Japanese knotweed can lead to legal and environmental issues.

Our specialists are speeding up house sales & mortgage applications

Japanese knotweed can be tricky to identify unless you’re a specialist. Like many plants, knotweed undergoes growth cycles that change its appearance throughout the year.

By requesting a survey, TP Knotweed Solutions can tell you if you do in fact have Japanese knotweed on your property, and recommend the best course of action.

Fully guaranteed Knotweed services offering peace of mind for UK homeowners

TP Knotweed solutions provide comprehensive aftercare, monitoring your premises during the course of your management plan. We also offer an inhouse 10 year guarantee on our work and as members of the PCA Invasive Weed Control Group, we offer a 10 Year Insurance Backed Guarantee, giving your property the legal protection that many banks require.

Suspect you may have Japanese Knotweed?

Our residential arm of the business is managed by our sister company, TP Knotweed Solutions. View the website below for more information, or to request a survey.