Knotweed in Swansea
Swansea is a Welsh city located along the south coast. Much of the city was destroyed during World War II, when it was a particular target because of its industrial importance. Nowadays very little of Medieval Swansea remains, although it is still possible to see some of the ancient city in the roads and the ruins of the castle.
Japanese knotweed grows indiscriminately and with alarming speed, giving no consideration to city heritage – new or old. Resilient, it is capable of pushing through tarmac and concrete as readily as protected city ruins at great cost. As Wales’ most populous city outside of Cardiff, Swansea is under particular threat from knotweed, which spreads with incredible ease from property to property.
We’re proud to be able to provide Japanese knotweed removal Swansea services, benefitting both residential homes and city infrastructure from our experience, expertise, and keen attention to customer service.