Invasive plant residential removal services
Have you got an Invasive Plant problem at your property? We can help you find a tailored and effective solution today.
Why invasive plants are a problem for property owners
All landowners, whether residential or commercial, have a duty to manage invasive non-native species (INNS) on their land, in accordance with the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and The Invasive Alien Species (Enforcement and Permitting) Order 2019.
There are also species that are not yet legislated against that can cause real problems in gardens such as:
Rest assured, where invasive species are identified at an early stage and tackled correctly, problems can usually be avoided. Our trained specialists carry out site surveys to map specified terrestrial invasive plant species and provide management plans tailored to your requirements.
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Environet has over 25 years of industry experience when it comes to invasive weed removal. We have specialised teams working across the UK on construction & development sites, greenfield and brownfield sites, public housing, commercial buildings, on transport corridors and in private gardens.
We provide a range of removal and treatment solutions for a number of non-native invasive weeds, such as Japanese knotweed, Giant hogweed, Bamboo, Horsetail and Himalayan balsam.
What our clients say
What our clients say
“We are so pleased that the bamboo has gone – Aiden and his team were lovely and we felt very confident that they knew exactly what they were doing. The survey beforehand was very helpful and informative and it’s reassuring to know that they will be back to follow up.”
“Since engaging Environet UK in 2020 they have been easy to deal with and very professional. They were also very helpful in prepairing the Insurance Backed Guarantee at short notice and in time for the sale of my property. I would thoroughly recommend them to anyone.
“Absolutely amazing service. Couldn’t make any changes to improve because they are simply perfect. Emails and phone calls gets a response instantly which is quite impressive. Once again thanks for removing the knotweed.”
We have robust systems in place for Environmental and Health & Safety management. Risk assessments are carried out for every aspect of our business to identify situations where harm could be caused. We have an ethos of continuous improvement to eliminate or reduce the risks with detailed working procedures, on-going training and monitoring.
All our staff have health and safety and emergency first aid training. We are also accredited by CHAS and Constructionline and are members of the Property Care Association (PCA).
As part of our commitment to you, our works come with a 12 month guarantee period as standard, during which we will complete monitoring visits to check for regrowth. Our team will advise whether visible growth will be physically removed or herbicide treated, depending on what we find. For ultimate peace of mind, many of our clients opt to extend their guarantee to 5 years.
The cost of an invasive plant survey will depend on who carries it out, the extent of the area that needs to be surveyed and whether the plant is present or not, either on the property or in the surrounding area. In some cases, this can range between £250 and £500.
Environet has over 25 years of industry experience when it comes to invasive weed removal. We have specialised teams working across the UK on construction & development sites, greenfield and brownfield sites, public housing, commercial buildings, along transport corridors and in private gardens.
We provide a range of removal and treatment solutions for numerous non-native invasive weeds, such as Japanese knotweed, Giant hogweed, Bamboo, Horsetail and Himalayan balsam.
We’ve developed eco-friendly ways of removing invasive plants, such as our Xtract™ method, and we continue with our research and development into new methods of removal for lots of different invasive species.
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Our team of experts is available between 9am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday to answer your enquiries and advise you on the next steps
Want a survey?
Request a survey online in less than two minutes by simply uploading a photograph and providing a few brief details. A member of the team will swiftly come back to you with further information and our availability.
Need quick plant identification?
There’s no need to wait for a survey. Simply upload an image to our identification form and one of our invasive plant experts will take a look and let you know, free of charge.