For complete peace of mind.
Have a question?
– How do I know that I have got knotweed on my property?
– Can I treat Japanese knotweed myself?
Why you should choose us?
Your in safe hands
We are members of the Property Care Association (PCA) and Trustmark, proving that our work is trustworthy and competent. Through being members of these organisations we are able to offer 10-year insurance-backed guarantees.
Licensed & Insured
Multi award wining company
2018 PCA Contractor or the year
Clear site reports
Option of stage payments
We won’t be beaten on price
Years of Experience
What we do
- We work with Housing associations, Councils and contractors of all sizes.
- We offer full site remediation prior to development.
- Bespoke weed control solutions.
- Offer free advice on ways to solving your invasive weed.
- Bulk excavation.
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What our clients say
Brilliant prompt response and site visit, followed by e-mailed action plan. Really nice guy us Andy. Treatment planned and imminent. No doubt will be 5 star on completion of protracted herbicide treatment.
“You gave us sound initial advice, compiled a programme of treatment which you followed, and kept us informed regarding any developments as the programme was carried through.”
“Never having any experience with knotweed it was a pleasure to meet such a professional and dedicated team. They explained everything clearly and solved our knotweed problem with no fuss, very efficiently.”
“Weedtec have provided me with excellent, professional service throughout, and I would highly recommend this company.”
“We would not hesitate to recommend Weedtec. The service was friendly, professional and efficient.”
“Having had other unsuccessful ‘Knotweed’ companies treating our site in Preston we were glad to find Weedtec who after one years treatment seem to have it under control “
Professionalism, Quality, Responsiveness, Value
Andy has been fab. Always responsive to emails and has gone above and beyond. Would truly recommend
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