Root barriers for Japanese knotweed.

Wednesday 22nd February 2012

One of the key areas when considering strategies for building over an area that has Japanese knotweed is the possible use of a root barrier. The Code of Practice states a number of properties that such barriers should have, but does not offer further guidance. Over the last few years, we have managed hundreds of different projects involving root barrier and knotweed. The selection and design of this barrier varies from site to site and must consider a number of key variables, if the installation is to be successful.

We can offer competitive prices on the supply and/or installation of root barriers, whether the required barriers are porous or non-porous, we can offer excellent prices and service.

All of our technical staff are trained in the installation of our barriers and are competent in heat welding techniques.

If you would like to talk to a professional about your knotweed problem, please call us. Our quotations are free and without obligation.

Contact Brian Taylor on 01327 340770 or email me on my email