Protect Building Foundations using CuTex

When Japanese Knotweed is situated directly within the desired footprint of a new build, and the foundations require protection from this invasive plant returning from the boundary, CuTex is a perfect choice for this application. CuTex can be installed to protect new concrete foundations footings, as it has a non-woven geotextile surface that allows for the new wet concrete to adhere well to its surface creating a strong bond which forms a robust barrier against future ingress of Knotweed rhizomes.

The design and construction of CuTex lends it a scope of application that a traditional membrane cannot match.

CuTex inhibits invasive plant root growth, while being also permeable and biologically safe, when no other root barrier can offer all three benefits.

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