How much does it cost to treat and remove Japanese knotweed?
Japanese knotweed is one of the most common and problematic invasive weeds in the UK today due to its resilience, rapid growth rate and difficulty to fully remove. As well as harming the ecosystem, Japanese knotweed is able to grow through the smallest gaps in walls, pavements and structural foundations of buildings. If left untreated, it is capable of causing thousands of pounds of damage to homes and have serious consequences when selling your home or applying for a mortgage.
There are also legal ramifications to leaving Japanese knotweed untreated. For example, it is illegal for a landowner to allow knotweed to spread from their premises to a neighbouring property. Failure to act on this can lead to the homeowner receiving an ASBO and a fine of up to £2,500.
Costs incurred by Japanese knotweed damage can quickly outgrow remedial costs. The best way to prevent these costs is by investing in professional knotweed removal services.
Japanese Knotweed Removal Specialists
TP Knotweed are the UK’s leading Japanese Knotweed removal specialists and are trusted by thousands of property owners all over the UK. Our contractors can be at your property within 24 hours to carry out a free survey and provide a tailored quote. Our recommended treatment will depend on your particular circumstances. These can include the scale of your infestation, the location, your property type, how soon you need the knotweed removed and more. As a result, Japanese knotweed removal costs will vary.
The majority of the homes we treat use:
- Our 5 Year Herbicide Treatment Programmes. Prices start from as little as £1000 +VAT for residential gardens.
- Insurance backed guarantees are £100.00 per property, up to a contract value of £5000.
By assessing and tailoring our treatments to your specific site, we are able to offer some of the UK’s most competitive Japanese knotweed treatment quotes. We’re confident you won’t find better value for service.
Removal costs will vary subject to a full site inspection. Site inspections are necessary in order to tailor treatment to the size and location of your infestation. Companies that offer set pricing prior to site visits should be approached with caution.