MOVING HOUSE WHEN YOU HAVE JAPANESE KNOTWEED
If you have been asked to get a Japanese knotweed survey for buying or selling your home or maybe a neighbour has politely suggested we think you have Japanese knotweed can you get a survey we are happy to help?
Japanese knotweed group have been treating Japanese knotweed and all invasive weeds for more than 25 years.
All surveys get fast and in some cases, we can do same day paperwork, and are free if you buy a 5-year treatment plan and insurance backed guarantee is free. We are a member of Checkatrade and the PCA (Property Care Association) and our mortgage compliant surveys and reports mean you can proceed with buying or selling your home with one less thing to worry about.
What Does Japanese Knotweed Really Do?
Over the last decade, Japanese knotweed has developed a reputation for being one of the most aggressive, invasive plants to be currently blighting the country. However, despite the plant’s fearsome reputation, there can still be some confusion as to what it actually does. This article will explain what Japanese knotweed does from two perspectives: environmental and financial. The examples cited here should be considered within the larger context of Japanese knotweed cases, this plant can thrive in all sorts of environments, but no single infestation is the same.
Is Japanese knotweed dangerous?
Japanese knotweed is not poisonous, nor does it pose any physical danger to animals or people. The plant does, however, pose a threat to native plants that are not as well equipped to compete with this foreign element. The environmental impact that this plant has on our own wildlife is often overlooked in favour of the financial costs of treating it. When the plant is allowed to thrive on public waterways or on disused industrial lots, it can quickly stifle the growth of any other plants growing nearby.