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Japanese knotweed Removal Luton

Here at JKSL, we recognise the extensive damage that can be done by Japanese knotweed, an invasive plant that spreads incredibly fast and develop very deep roots. It is vital to take action as soon as it is spotted on your site, eliminating and disposing of it properly before damage is caused to property. We provide these removal services to clients in the Luton area and around the country. We offer our services not only to homeowners but also large commercial sites, with a 100% removal success guarantee.

If you have spotted what you suspect may be Japanese knotweed in or around your property, it is important that something is done about it immediately. It is also vital to use a professional service, as chopping away at the weed yourself can cause a worse spread to return. Methods of removal include using tarps, chemical treatment, excavation, burning the Japanese knotweed and our own MeshTech removal method. Our experts will review your site select and choose the ideal method/s to eradicate all signs of the plant from your home or business.

We can guarantee that once our specialists have worked towards eliminating Japanese knotweed from your site, you will not see any traces of it for many years to come. We offer a variety of insurance-backed warranty options to go with our removal guarantee. We can quickly stop and take care of the problem for you, with an expert team who offer high quality services at high speed and efficiency. We guarantee your knotweed problem in Luton will be gone with JKSL.

Feel free to reach out to us if you need Japanese knotweed removal services in Luton. To find out more about the effects of Japanese knotweed, take a look across our website. JKSL’s service team are happy to chat about your specific needs and how we can get to work dealing with your Japanese knotweed issue.

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