After months working on the roads and carparks in sub-zero temperatures, thousands of GRITIT vehicles, spreaders, ploughs, trailers and grit bins come back from the field for a summer of extreme pampering in our regional yards.
Longer or shorter daylight hours makes very little difference when your Winter Gritting Teams are at work when most are asleep, acting as night time ninjas to ensure that businesses keep running and people are safe.
As the temperatures begin to fall our Winter Gritting teams are out and about keeping our clients' sites safe and open for business. Here's answers to the top 10 questions we are asked about how we deliver Winter Gritting!
You may be surprised to discover that there's more to Winter Risk Management than Salt Spreading and Snow Ploughs! At GRITIT we continue to make significant investment in technology and this has been a game-changer in delivering consistently excellent Winter Services. Here's a quick look at some of our techie stuff:
Manual gritting is the usual method for pathways, steps and those hard to reach areas on commercial or residential premises. Here are key points and features to consider for efficient and safe gritting using walk behind spreaders for pathways.