Japanese Knotweed removal and treatment in Lee
- The Japanese Knotweed experts you can trust
- Free surveys within 48 hours
- Industry leading Insurance Backed Guarantees
- Fully PCA accredited
- Get specialist advice on 0800 288 4967
The PCA accredited Japanese Knotweed removal specialists you can trust
We’re delighted to serve the Lee area with our proactive approach to invasive weed management and control.
When it comes to dealing with the threat of Japanese Knotweed, you need to know you’re in the safest of hands.
Here at Inspectas we have an unrivalled track record in eradicating Japanese Knotweed, as well as a host of other invasive weeds.
Cutting edge technology – combined with our can do, friendly attitude – means we’re trusted across the UK to deliver total peace of mind, to both commercial and residential clients.
And when we say your infestation is gone – we guarantee that it will stay gone too, thanks to our 10 year Insurance Backed Guarantees.
So don’t leave it to chance – contact us today.
If you think there may be knotweed on your land – or if you want to request a quote or survey – there are several ways to contact us. Just choose which one works for you.
Need an expert’s opinion or got questions about our services? Want us to check a photo of some suspect weeds on your land?
Submit your details here – and add a pic if you want – and we’ll get right back to you.
From the moment we receive your enquiry we aim to complete the following – all within 48 hours:
The Property Care Association is an independent trade association that represents professional property care specialists – with stringent criteria required before becoming members.
Membership of the PCA covers Independent Surveyors, Consultants, Contractors and Manufacturers and diverse sector interests such as damp proofing, structural repair and invasive weed control.
We are a proud member of the PCA’s Invasive Weed Control group and are here and ready to help you – with guaranteed assurance of our standards when it comes to tackling Japanese Knotweed.