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Japanese knotweed Removal in Bury St. Edmunds

JKSL is home to an industry-leading Japanese knotweed removal team who are dedicated to identifying and fully eliminating the invasive weed from sites in Bury St Edmunds. We’ve provided our elite services all over the UK for more than 15 years and during this time, we’ve treated many commercial and industrial settings. As experts in our field, JKSL have featured on several major media outlets such as the BBC in our many campaigns to raise public awareness on Japanese knotweed growth and its potential damage when left untreated.

The Japanese knotweed removal methods utilised by our team include a combination of excavation, industry-approved chemical treatment and our own MeshTech method for waterways and other environments that require extra care. Following a visit to your site and an in-depth review, our team will decide on the best course of action for you. With JKSL, you’ll get a 100% success rate guarantee and all of our treatments in the Bury St. Edmunds area come with warranty options that provide your site with protection for up to 10 years.

As well as benefitting from high-quality knotweed removal services at some very competitive prices, our clients can enjoy peace of mind in the long-term too. You should contact JKSL as soon as you have spotted Japanese knotweed growth on your site in order to avoid risking any further damage to your property and its surroundings. Attempting to treat the weed without the help of an expert will usually prove futile as there’s a risk of dispersing the contaminated soil even further.

Our knotweed removal team are located around the country, and they’re available seven days a week to provide effective guidance and treatment right away. If you have any questions at all, then you can get in touch with JKSL today to speak with one of our professionals and schedule in a consultation at your site in Bury St. Edmunds.

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