About Simon Wreford
Simon Wreford is Managing Director of Japanese Knotweed Ltd, the largest Japanese Knotweed eradication company in the UK.
Simon has over 15 years’ experience in dealing with problems caused by knotweed and providing cost effective solutions for commercial and residential clients. Our company provides long term herbicide treatment programmes and immediate excavations of Japanese Knotweed and these contracts can be supported by an Insurance Backed Guarantee.
Japanese Knotweed Ltd covers the whole of the United Kingdom, supported by offices in London, Manchester and Southampton and a great operational team. The company is accredited by the Property Care Association (PCA) and are registered contractors to the CHAS Government backed SIPP Health and Safety scheme. We are also Safecontractor approved, certified by Constructionline, members of Trustmark and are part of the RISQS qualification scheme. We provide accurate and informative knotweed surveys and free identification by email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.japaneseknotweed.co.uk
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