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Ice Watch is preparing for winter 2021

With the winter season quickly approaching, the teams at Ice Watch have been working hard to prepare for what the colder weather will bring us this year.

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How to prevent cold weather damage to roads and pathways

Freezing weather cycles during winter can damage roads, paths and other surfaces and lead to cracks and potholes forming. Roads are made with asphalt which is used to allow flexibility for the road during warm weather conditions.

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Ice Watch reveals main risks to businesses in winter

At Ice Watch we understand the risks you as a business might be facing when it comes to winter weather in the UK. All businesses face the problem of keeping their site maintained during winter and ensuring health and safety regulations are adhered to.

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Ice Watch’s Winter Gritting Myths

At Ice Watch we work closely with our customers to help provide hazard-free sites. Using our gritting service, you can avoid risks during winter and provide a safe experience for visitors and motorists.

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Ice Watch predicts low temperatures and freezing conditions this winter

One of the UK’s leading winter maintenance companies, Ice Watch has taken delivery of more than 3,000 tonnes of salt in preparation for the upcoming season, which it predicts will be the company’s busiest season yet.

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Ice Watch get ready for Winter 2020

Ice Watch is the only winter maintenance company in the UK who have a full-time in house meteorologist on the team. By analysing data from weather forecasting partner MeteoGroup, who also supply forecasts to the BBC and hundreds of government agencies worldwide, we are able to provide accurate forecasts and make sure we can provide the highest quality service to our clients.

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Survey reveals Ice Watch customers are happy with its service

A recent survey shows an impressive 99% of Ice Watch’s customers are happy with the service they have received and would recommend it to other organisations.

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Ice Watch expands its on-the-ground team to handle growing client base

Ice Watch’s expanding customer base is showing no signs of abating – with winter 2020/21 looking even busier than the season just finished.

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Online technology helps Ice Watch plan for new season

The Ice Watch team is already hard at work planning its strategies for next winter –even though officially, despite the balmy weather, the current season doesn’t finish until April 30!

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Ice Watch grits Britain’s hospital and ambulance sites during coronavirus outbreak

Ice Watch is busy gritting hospital and ambulance sites across England and Wales – a task even more important than usual as pressure on medical sites grows amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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