Japanese Knotweed – Not a very Social Weed!
You may feel that the sort of people charged with anti-social behaviour would be perhaps rather drunk, perhaps aggressive, or maybe even threatening?
Well, think on. If you have Japanese Knotweed on your premises that then spreads to neighbouring properties because it is not controlled, you could face anti-social behaviour charges under a 2014 amendment to the act.
Anyone who has ever had the misfortune to come across Japanese Knotweed knows the damage that it can do and how difficult it is to get rid of. Specialist contractors need to be brought in to remedy the problem and it takes many years to get to the point where you can be sure that the hardy weed is gone and is not coming back!
If you are one of those specialist contractors you can potentially provide an insurance backed guarantee to your customers.
This provides your customers with extra peace of mind and differentiates you from other contractors. Cover is available on a long term basis.
If you are interested in obtaining such a guarantee on your work then contact us and we will be happy to help.