Japanese knotweed Removal in Newport
TP knotweed are the UK’s leading experts in the identification, removal and disposal of Japanese knotweed and other invasive plant species. Our expert contractors are fully trained and hold all relevant NPTC certifications for the safe handling and removal of knotweed. Our guarantees cover you for five to ten years, ensuring the permanent removal of your infestation.
We operate nationally throughout the UK and are delighted to offer our services in Newport and the wider Welsh area.
Newport boasts a rich heritage dating back to medieval times, but it wasn’t until the nineteenth century that the town came into its own, growing on the back of coal exports through its active port.
When the docks have since declined in importance, Newport maintains its role as a centre for manufacturing and engineering. Nowadays, it enjoys a reputation as a favourite tourist destination.
Japanese knotweed in Newport
The faster you react to treat knotweed infestations, the easier they are to remove. Ideally, you will spot knotweed shoots before they are properly grown. In the cases of full-blown infestations, treatment is lengthy, sometimes spanning years for permanent results.
Treatment plans of this kind can be costly to homeowners and businesses alike, never mind the physical damage inflicted by the tough knotweed shoots on your premises itself. Most alarming are cases of knotweed damage to historic sites or protected ruins, however.
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They have been fantastic throughout the treatment process. Happy to be flexible around schedules when they came to the house. Whenever we had questions they responded to our emails with amazing speed. Sometimes we would even get responses in the evening. Would highly recommend them!!!
I had concerns that a new plant was knotweed. I sent some photos by email and had a prompt response identifying the plant and reassuring me it was not knotweed. Very pleased that it was resolved so timely and efficiently
Prompt clear response. Very helpful.
Chartered Surveyor at Brooke and Associates Ltd
Excellent Service - emailed photos that afternoon and heard a few hours latter . Highly recommended
Having thought we had found knotweed in our garden and knowing what this might mean, we shared a photo with the company (TP knotweed) for an ‘expert’ to check. We received a speedy reply, reassurance and information about how we could proceed. I cannot thank The company enough for their swift reply which reduced significantly our stress levels. The company came as a recommendation from a friend & they certainly lived up to their reputation. I would have no hesitation in recommending them. Thank you to Tom, whose knowledge was invaluable.
Tom (MD) has been brilliant. Very accommodating and helpful. Will definitely recommend if the situation arises.
TP- gave the lowest quote and provided a quick and very efficient service. I had a buyer ready, they worked with speed to assess the property and sent all required documentation within days. Thankyou!
We discovered Japanese knotweed called in TP knotweed who responded promptly and efficiently. They treated the plant when they said they would with little interference to our daily lives and we are no longer troubled by it.The company has been helpful and efficient in providing all the documentation required, insurance and guarantee.
I was extremely happy with my dealings with TP knotweed right from day one, they're extremely courteous and knowledgeable and accurately allayed any fears that I may have had following the initial survey, highly recommended. Tom Payne has been informative and thorough throughout. They are highly recommended and if I had go through the same experience again, I'll be asking for them first.Their initial fee is reasonable and the potential savings in a seller's market were much appreciated.Many thanks, Neil