18 October 2023

Trust us to help your buisness prepare for the winter season.

Trust us to help your buisness prepare for the winter season.

As Scotland experiences its first frost of the winter season, businesses need to be prepared for the impact of inclement weather. With the number of days affected by bad weather expected to rise due to climate change, businesses must prioritise sustainable practices to mitigate these effects. At The NWH Group, we understand the importance of sustainability in combating adverse weather patterns.

We specialise in providing critical products and services to organisations in the hospitality, tourism,  manufacturing, and construction industries, always considering the economic and environmental impact. As part of our commitment to our clients, we offer winter gritting services throughout Scotland. Our dedicated team ensures that your locations are safe for both staff and customers by clearing snow and ice and spreading grit when the temperature drops below two degrees. Trust us to help you prepare for the winter season.

In addition to our regular services, we also provide ad hoc winter gritting services. We understand that as a business owner, monitoring the weather can be an added administrative burden. That's why we have a team of highly knowledgeable professionals ready to guide how to make a positive impact on the environment through recycling and how to protect your business from the effects of climate change and harsh weather.

Our highly experienced team monitors the weather for you using specialized reports from the Met Office, and with our Auto-Call service, we automatically deliver gritters and treatments to your site at pre-determined times when the temperature falls below a certain threshold. By signing up, your company will also receive priority booking of our fleet of gritters in the event of a weather emergency, allowing you to stay ahead of the weather and keep your operations running smoothly.

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