Japanese Knotweed Specialists in Sheffield
TP Knotweed have worked hard to establish themselves as the country’s leading experts in the identification, removal and elimination of Japanese knotweed and other invasive weeds. Knotweed is fast, tough and incredibly quick to procreate, making it a threat to homes and businesses throughout the country.
We’re delighted to offer our knotweed removal services to the people of Sheffield and the surrounding area.
We offer a range of services to help combat Japanese knotweed across Sheffield:
- Site inspection / mortgage survey reports
- Control, removal and removal treatment options
- Commercial and construction contracts for land under development
- Client-specific service, personal to you and your circumstances
- 10 Year Insurance Backed Guarantee
Japanese Knotweed Survey Sheffield
If you are looking to buy or sell a property in Sheffield, you will likely require a full Japanese Knotweed survey to confirm the presence or absence of Japanese Knotweed within the boundaries of your property. Many times, there are also cases where Japanese Knotweed has spread from a commercial site such as a railway embankment to a residential property, and a survey can provide evidence.
Our Home Sellers & Buyers survey and report offers peace of mind to clients in Sheffield who are buying or selling property which is affected by Japanese Knotweed and other invasive plants.
Our surveys in Sheffield include:
- A full walkover survey
- RICS Management Category Assessment
- Annotated photographs
- A GIS CAD site plan
- Site findings & professional recommendations on the most appropriate remediation method
- A quotation on the recommendations above
Complete our 2 step form.
Receive a call back within 24 hours to organise your survey.
Survey takes place.
Documentation and (if necessary) quotation sent within 24 hours.
Japanese Knotweed Removal Sheffield
Japanese Knotweed has an incredibly robust plant structure, allowing it to grow in almost any environment. This is largely why the removal of Japanese Knotweed is so difficult.
With its ability to tolerate low temperatures, it can rapidly spread through any gaps in structures like bricks or concrete. By choosing a trusted Japanese Knotweed removal specialist in Sheffield, you can ensure your infestation is removed permanently, and avoid the cost of knotweed damage in future.
Japanese Knotweed Removal Cost in Sheffield
There is no one fixed Japanese Knotweed removal cost, as this depends on the treatment plan and extent of your infestation.
Our careful and methodical treatment of Japanese knotweed using appropriate chemicals and dosages over time allow for successful control of the Japanese Knotweed, as well as prevent it from spreading. We offer a 100% guarantee that our herbicide treatment programmes will prevent any future above ground growth. However, this treatment method does not guarantee that the underground rhizomes will be removed.
Excavation involves digging up the entire root system, and is the only method which allows Japanese knotweed to be removed fully and permanently. It’s important for works to be carried out by experts such as TPK Knotweed, to ensure complete removal, as a minute piece of rhizome has the ability to regrow and lead to spreading.
Japanese Knotweed in Sheffield
Sheffield’s reputation is an industrial one with modern developments to the city including an increased focus on retail and commerce. Sheffield’s gross value added has increased by 60% over almost ten years, standing at £9.2 billion in 2007. Its wider economy has also shown growth, averaging around an impressive 5% annually.
Economic success is hard fought for, especially given the recent recession. This is one of the reasons it is so important that knotweed infestations within the Sheffield area are identified and removed quickly and safely. The weed is capable of widespread damage to residential, commercial and industrial properties, as well as city infrastructure.
Such damages are costly, even crippling if left untreated for long periods of time. In severe cases, well-rooted knotweed can take years of sustained treatment to remove.