PRO Supplier

Complete Weed Control Announce New Franchisee

Complete Weed Control, the UK’s leading specialist contract service for the eradication of all problem weeds, is pleased to announce that Will and Hamish Pryse have completed the purchase of a new franchise area, covering Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and parts of Buckinghamshire.

The two brothers also own the Home Counties area and have been steadily growing the business since purchasing it from their father eight years ago, who was one of the very first franchisees.

“We are excited to continue to expand our business and bring Complete Weed Control’s vast range of services including weed control and gritting to more businesses and customers throughout our areas,” said Will. “We’ve seen demand for what we offer increase over the years since we purchased the company and the new area allows us an extra opportunity to grow further still. We are very excited for the future.”

Established in 1972, Complete Weed Control is the largest specialist weed control and vegetation management company in the UK. Each franchise operates to a common set of standards and procedures in providing a comprehensive service of weed control, plant pest and disease control, hydro-seeding and other related services to their customer base of sporting venues, local authorities, schools, airfields, cemeteries, industrial sites, highways & parks nationwide and remains the only company offering these services on a national basis.

Complete Wed Control (Home Counties) can be contacted on 0800 1814 442 or email willandhamish@cwc.uk.com

Commenting on the announcement, Complete Weed Control Managing Director Ian Graham said: “I am delighted to see Will and Hamish expand their business and look forward to assisting them in maintaining their success.”

For more information, please contact Complete Weed Control’s National office on 01325 324 277 or visit www.completeweedcontrol.co.uk. You can also follow CWC on Twitter @CWCLimited for more news, reviews and insightful views.

E-mail me when people leave their comments –

You need to be a member of Landscape Juice Network to add comments!

Join Landscape Juice Network

PRO Supplier

A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

Read more…

Open forum activity

JMSAutoGates updated their profile
28 minutes ago
dan replied to Adam Woods's discussion Killing crocus bulbs
"just mow them -- it may take a year or two but without leaves left on for long enough the bulbs will run out of energy and die -- poeple that cant handle crocus in grass are a bit weird IMO 
 "
29 minutes ago
Adam Woods replied to Adam Woods's discussion Killing crocus bulbs
"because the client is adamant they dont want the bulbs coming through the new grass :("
14 hours ago
Beau Brunwin and Business Development Team joined Landscape Juice Network
18 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Adam Woods's discussion Killing crocus bulbs
"Why bother doing anything? They'd look lovely in a lawn in the Spring + you should get rid of them for good once you've mown them down on the first grasscut, they'll soon die off anyway so the "problem" should go away. "
19 hours ago
Adam Woods posted a discussion
....so we are redoing a garden for the new owners. There is an area about 30' x 80' that was a flower bed. The new owners want it to be a lawn...all fine so far.I wanted to get it prepared and the turf down nowish, but the ground is so waterlogged i…
21 hours ago
Peter sellers replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"Richard, Good luck in your venture. As to mowers there are only really two which we use for domestics, the Hayter Harrier Pro either 41 or 48, these are new from the ground up models introduced in 2019, they are a totally different machine from the…"
yesterday
James King replied to James King's discussion Tree pruning/cutting
"Thank you all for your replies. I think I will leave the long reach at home and just cut back. Will take longer but will look much better. "
yesterday
Dale Preston, A. Latta and Kirstin Glendinning joined Landscape Juice Network
yesterday
James updated their profile
yesterday
James Boardman replied to James King's discussion Tree pruning/cutting
" What sort of trees are they and have they been intentionally pollarded or just given the haircut treatment previously. I would be tempted to thin out the crown to get a more natural look and reduce regrowth then tackle it similar next year, but if…"
yesterday
Joe McWilliams replied to Joe McWilliams's discussion weed kill
"thanks very much for the advice on this. Have just bought a  micro wipe weed wiper to get into those places that I dare not spray. Huge excitement!"
yesterday
Landscape Juice replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"You might have already seen it, but check out the LJN hourly rate calculator:https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/3314062352?prof..."
yesterday
Richard replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"I'll have a look into those when I get home as they sound ideal. 
Yeah if I could get those cuts within close proximity to each other that would be great. Do you have any advice in advertising with leaflets cards and Facebook? If it takes off I'd li…"
yesterday
Richard replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"I had my eye on the hayter pro 41 with the Honda engine, but good point about being wet, Someone said the new hayter pro picks up in the wet pretty well but I'll just have to look into that. I might have a look into something bigger as I'd be target…"
yesterday
Adam Woods replied to James King's discussion Tree pruning/cutting
"Agreed with Dave and Graham...I dont think I would go near a long reach hedgetrimmer... but others may say thats what they would do"
yesterday
More…

Tree pruning/cutting

I would really appreciate some advice with this one. I have 2 jobs booked in next week, which are very similar. Both customers have trees which have thin branches growing upwards that they would like cut back in rder to keep the trees small and in…

Read more…
6 Replies · Reply by James King yesterday