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Finding the Best Japanese Knotweed Contractors

By Sedgwick Sadik Subscribe to RSS | July 21st 2012 | Views:
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When looking for contractors who specialize in the eradication of the Japanese knotweed, it is important that you are able to identify a company that are willing to adapt their approach to the specific requirements of your site. With Knotweed eradication, certain site features may make specific treatments unsuitable, for example the use of herbicides on a site which has a stream or river running through it. Cost is also a factor you will need to consider, with fees varying from one provider to the next.

Only by selecting a well trained team with specific knowledge on the subject of knotweed eradication, will you ensure that permanent eradication is achieved. When dealing with the destructive and invasive Japanese knotweed plant, complete and controlled eradication is essential, as were the plant to spread to a neighbouring property, you could ultimately be taken to court for causing unreasonable interference. This means that is is always a good idea to look at a companies feedback and check that they are fully certified before signing any contracts.

Quality contractors will always put health and safety into consideration, and putting best work practices into practice ensuring that risks are mitigated where possible and creating a working environment that is as safe as practicably possible. They will have an intimate knowledge of the chemicals used in knotweed eradication, and which controls best suit which circumstance.

Only in very rare cases will the removal of infested soil be a requirement, more often than not more cost effective approaches such as cell burial or stem injection would be applicable. Where excavation and soil removal is the only option, the Knotweed contractors should be able to arrange for its disposal in an approved landfill site.

Japanese knotweed contractors rely on industrial grade herbicides for stem injection and spraying, it is important that you do not confuse these chemicals with weed killers and other sprays available form your local hardware store. Many people try to eradicate knotweed with off the shelf products, but this merely causes the knotweed to develop a resistance to herbicides, and ultimately draws out the eradication process meaning increased cost.

After the initial knotweed eradication, it is important that your contractor provides ongoing periodic site monitoring to ensure that the infestation does not return. You should be provided with a detailed knotweed management plan, which will details the schedule for these return visits as well as provide a detailed site map highlighting the infested areas. The best contractors will guarantee their work, providing subsequent eradication’s free of charge should they be required.

Sedgwick Sadik - About Author:
Welcome to the world of TP Knotweed - Japanese knotweed specialist provides knotweed removal, eradication, and control services throughout the UK. We have fully trained Japanese Knotweed contractors . For more detail visit our website www.tpknotweed.com.

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