Guaranteed Eradication of Japanese Knotweed
KleerKut are a non-franchised Scottish family-run business who have specialised in Invasive weeds since 2006. We have built up an enviable reputation as specialists in Japanese Knotweed by providing clear, concise and proven remediation strategies which ensure that Best Practical Environmental Options (BPEO) are achieved as recommended in the Japanese Knotweed Code of Practice.
Our knowledge and experience have enabled us to become approved consultants and contractors with many of the leading consultants, developers and construction companies throughout the UK.
This was further enhanced after we were invited to join the Property Care Association (PCA). As a result we are now part of the U.K.'s first Invasive Weeds Group along with other leading experts in this field. Sitting on this panel we determine best practice criteria and guidance notes to assist the Royal Institute of Charted Surveyors (RICS), the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) and the Building Societies Association (BSA) Recently this has resulted in the publication by RICS of guidelines which their members and the CML and BSA are now implementing. By sitting on this panel KleerKut are kept up to date with the criteria that the house builder and the house purchaser are required to meet.
Our team has over 35 years of experience in civil & environmental engineering, law enforcement and the use of plant protection and eradication products. KleerKut are members of NRoSO and our employees are NPTC, CITB, CSCS & CPCS trained.
KleerKut provide robust guarantees, ranging from 5 years to 10 years, these can be tailored to suit our clients requirements. As members of the Property Care Association we have access to Insurance Backed Guarantee (IBG) policies. The Insurance Backed Guarantee ensures that in the event that KleerKut should cease to trade at any time during our guarantee period, GPI insurance will ensure that a PCA accredited company honours the guarantee. This product is FSC approved and is available only to PCA members.
Guaranteed Eradication of Japanese Knotweed, Giant Hogweed & Himalayan Balsam
Difficulty Securing A Mortgage
Properties blighted by Japanese Knotweed infestations can be difficult to sell due to mortgages being declined and low valuations. For our domestic clients and their professional advisors we can satisfy the requirements of lenders and ensure that affected properties can be mortgaged.
What are the requirements to obtain a mortgage? - RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) have recently introduced guidelines to assist all professional bodies connected with the housing market and standardise the criteria required by the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) and the Building Societies Association (BSA).
KleerKut Are Trade Organisation Approved Japanese Knotweed Specialists and can provide:
- Japanese Knotweed Management Plans
- Approved and transparent treatment programmes
- Can provide fully independent FSA approved guarantees
KleerKut Offer A Free Identification Assessment
Identification of Japanese Knotweed can be difficult so leave it to the experts. KleerKut offer a free identification service for domestic and professional customers.
Kleerkut are the clear choice for control of invasive weeds
Accredited Trade Association - A high number of inexperienced companies setting up identified the need for standards to be set in the invasive weeds industry. This is now being achieved by the establishment of a recognised trade association. KleerKut Ltd are accredited members of the Property Care Association (PCA).
Protecting Our Ecology and the Environment KleerKut ensure that treatment of Japanese Knotweed and all other invasive weeds has minimal impact on the environment. We employ best practicable environmental options.
KleerKut Services - KleerKut offer a wide range of services to the construction sector; developers, consultants and contractors. We focus on achieving complete weed control through good site management and by employing best practice. Our solutions are transparent, effective and comply with current legislation.