Japanese Knotweed Excavation & Removal

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What a Summer we’ve had here at Knotweed Services!!

Undoubtedly, the weather has been amazing this summer across the country; but Knotweed Services have also had a record number of Japanese Knotweed enquiries and treatments throughout the growing season of 2018.

However, our work doesn’t stop just because we’re entering the winter months!!

Our mechanical excavation works, for our prestigious commercial clients (which include: Bam Nuttal, Redrow, Bellway, North Warwickshire Borough Council, M V Kelly (Civil Engineering), PBM Contractors) are in high demand across the country throughout the winter months.

We offer our clients professional services and options, bespoke to our client’s specifications and requirements. We can supply plant machinery and operatives for the duration of the excavation works. Alternatively, we also provide a service to oversee the excavation of Japanese Knotweed using the principle contractors plant, which can significantly help to reduce costs.

For enquiries Freephone 0800 689 4146 or call locally 0121 725 6348

Email: info@knotweedservices.co.uk


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