SNOW CLEARANCE SERVICE

Gritting alone doesn’t work on deep snow. Salt is not a solution to solve all winter problems. Often the snow has to be cleared before gritting can be done.

Nurture’s snow clearing service ensures your car parks and core walkways are kept clear from snow where possible and then treated with salt to ensure their safety.

Snow clearing comes in two forms: the first is for mechanical clearance, using our snowploughs and other snow clearing equipment to quickly clear larger areas such as car parks, access roads and so on. Alternatively, for smaller areas – core pathways– the snow will have to be cleared manually.

We provide 2 levels of service:-

  • Auto Clearing – We will make proactive decisions with you based on local knowledge and our advanced forecasting system
  • Reactive Clearing – Call us in when you need us and we will do our best to get to you as quickly as we can
Detailed Forecast Analysis

Accurate forecasting and risk management: weather forecasters don’t have a great reputation, but the ones you see on TV are trying to give a quick forecast to large parts of the country.

If you’ve ever driven for twenty minutes and found the weather completely different then you’ll understand why this can’t work!

We use highly professional, accurate and most importantly, very local weather forecasts to make sure we know exactly what’s going to happen near your business, so we can make informed decisions about whether or not to grit.

That protects your business because we don’t miss you out when it’s icy – and it protects your budget because we don’t grit when it isn’t.

Our Weather Watch system enables us to take the worry out of whether or not to grit especially as most web based forecasts state air temperature and not road surface temperature where the ice hazard forms. Nurture monitors the weather conditions across the UK using the Met Offices detailed Weather Forecasting System to monitor all weather conditions. This approach allows our clients to focus on their core business.

Flexible Call Out System

Gritting that suits your business: either on a fixed seasonal contract or on a pay per visit contract.

Not only that, but you can easily opt-out of visits: if there’s still plenty of grit on the ground from previous visits or your site will be closed for a special reason then just let us know and we’ll neither visit nor charge you that night.

We’ll also help you to plan what’s best for your business: for example, if you are open on the weekend but traditionally have fewer visitors then we might suggest gritting only the main trunking roads and a reduced parking area and pass those savings on to you.

On the other hand, if it’s a particularly busy time for you then it may be advisable to have extra grit-supplies kept on-site in case of emergencies.

We want you to be in control and confident that your business is going to be safe – whatever the weather.

Our Own Local Operatives

We’re the right people for the job: we’re a national company, and we’re proud of that. The size and reach lets us invest in better equipment, better forecasting systems and better supplies.

But there’s something about being local too: local people know the area, they’ll get to know your business and your site to make sure you get the best possible service.

It means the best possible gritting service for your business – and that’s exactly what Nurture Landscapes is all about.

Your Own Management Portal

Developed with Facilities Management & Managing Agents in mind, with multi site portfolios we now have a customer portal where you can log on and get an instant picture on planned activity, financial & budget reports as well as archived weather.

Truegrit Part of The Nuture Group

Our clients include

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CONTACT

Please call on 0845 680 2130, email or follow us on Twitter

© Nurture Landscapes Ltd 2015 | Registered Office: Nursery Court, London Road, Windlesham, Surrey, GU20 6LQ

Registration Number: 3523868 | Registered in England

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