Knotweed in Plymouth
Located on the south coast in Devon, Plymouth is perhaps most famous for its maritime contributions and its gin.
The city became a major commercial shipping port during the Industrial Revolution, exporting various materials and resources and receiving imports from further afield. While Plymouth still relies strongly on its maritime industry, like many UK cities its economy depends increasingly on its commercial and retail sectors.
When left untreated, Japanese knotweed is capable of growing through stone, brick, concrete and even metal, exploiting weaknesses in these materials to force its way upwards and out. During its peak growing season, the weed can grow as fast as 3 mm a day, making response times integral to its effective treatment.
At TP Knotweed we pride ourselves on the efficiency of our service, offering a site examination to determine your situation, and a written quote the same day, in the event that we confirm the presence of knotweed on your premises.