With over 10 years of experience, we are the only genuinely London-based company that specialises in controlling and eradicating Japanese Knotweed and its hybrids. From our Streatham offices in south west London, we cover the London area, the M25 and surrounding counties.
We know what works
Over the years, we have studied the habits and reaction of Japanese Knotweed to the herbicides we have applied. This means we know what works and what doesn’t. Our method is tried and tested and our superior technique means our treatments are consistently effective.
Timing is everything
The timing of treatments is absolutely critical: one week too early or too late can make the treatment totally ineffective. We know exactly how to treat knotweed at the right time to eradicate it quickly and completely from your property.
We won’t be beaten on price
Because we know what works to get rid of your Japanese Knotweed effectively, our prices are cost-effective and represent good value for money.
We offer a 10-year policy to give you and your mortgage lender peace of mind that the property is properly protected.
The guarantee covers your property against any potential regrowth from the start of treatment for up to 10 years (depending on the policy you take out).
Each Japanese Knotweed infestation is unique, so we’ll send our representative round to investigate the extent of the problem and provide you with advice and a dedicated quote within 24 hours. We’re always on hand to answer your questions and explain our methodology to you.
We are the recommended supplier of Japanese Knotweed eradication by four London Councils, several Housing Associations, schools, estate agents, property management agents and construction companies. But don’t take our word for it, read what our happy clients have to say [link to testimonials – can we also name some of the councils/housing associations?].
We respect the environment
Our methods cause no harm to the environment, humans or pets and will actually aid biodiversity in the long run, by removing the dominant plant this enables natural indigenous plants to re-establish.