Pay Per Visit Gritting Services

Our Pay Per Visit Gritting Services allows companies and public authorities to remain in control of their winter maintenance spend. When combined with our unique opt out system it enables users to achieve best value from their gritting contractors.

Paying only for what you use.

All of our PPV customers are billed at the end of each month with a full itemised invoice detailing gritting services provided.

From our depot at Stansted we provide winter services throughout Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex and Bedfordshire.

All of our 4x4 gritters have detachable snow ploughs and we truly provide a whatever the weather service to a range of clients.

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Cold weather forecasted

We receive a professional weather report at lunchtime each day. If RST's (Road Surface Temperatures) are dropping below 0° we will send a message out to our customers informing them of gritters being active in their area that night.

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You decide if you need gritting

There could be a host of reasons no gritting is required at your premises  such as; not open or little traffic so plenty of grit remaining from previous nights. If gritting is not required you simply reply to our message and your site is removed.

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Your premises is gritted.

If we don't receive a message back within 4 hours of the notification message we will grit/treat your premises. Once completed you will receive an email notification along with either a GPS report or digitally stamped photo of the completed site.

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Frequently Asked Questions

At a minimum we treat sites when there is a yellow or above warning from the Met Office of snow or ice. Gritting at these times is not optional. This is done because a) we take your site safety seriously b) It keeps our drivers up to date with the layout of your premises c) It helps towards the cost of setting a site up on our system and the time spent training drivers linked to your premises and is a good way of setting a minimum visit level but doing so when your premises needs it the most.

Gritting or spreading salt will not really effect compacted snow, it may help speed up the melting process but this will still take time and plenty of traffic travelling over it to assist. Ideally gritting should be done before any snow fall and snow should be ploughed if over 3cm before gritting.