PCA Approved

We are proud members of the Property Care Association (PCA). For us membership of the PCA means we stay informed and are updated regularly on developments concerning Japanese Knotweed and other Invasive Species.

What is the PCA

A Trade Association is a not for profit organisation made up of a collection of companies and/or individuals with common interests or who work in the same industry.  The PCA sits at the heart of our industry. They act as a representative body for the industry, putting forward the collective view and position of its members.  As the ‘industry voice’, the PCA speak on behalf of their members to government, agencies, regulators, the media and other opinion formers.

For us membership of the PCA means we stay informed and are updated regularly on developments concerning Japanese Knotweed and other Invasive Species. Maintaining standards is very important to us and our membership requires specified membership criteria to be met and maintained.

 

Our PCA Certification can be viewed here >>

What does it mean for you the consumer?

Peace of mind

Using members of the PCA can provide peace of mind, the PCA requires companies to meet and maintain robust membership criteria covering aspects of their service including professional qualifications, service delivery and financial stability.  All PCA members are audited regularly to ensure standards are being maintained

Advice and assistance

The PCA has a process through which consumers can raise technical complaints against PCA members. The Association offers a mediation service and strives to reach an amicable resolution for both parties.

Professional service

Membership of the PCA requires us to make a financial commitment, undergo professional training and sign up to minimum standards. Membership represents our conscious decision as a company to demonstrate and prove our professionalism.

What does it mean for us as members?

The PCA is a champion of the industry and offers a wealth of benefits support our business.  Increasingly we find that the banks, building societies and local authorities require treatment to be undertaken by a member of the Property Care Association so that they can be assured that the quality of treatment is provided at the appropriate standard.

Technical support and knowledge

The PCA provide their members with products and services including training and educational materials, technical advice, conferences, networking and publications and notifications of updates to industry standards.  This helps to ensure that we are up to date with all developments in the field and can deliver you the most appropriate support.

Further information and guidance from PCA