New enquiries: 0800 030 9114

Existing customers: 01438 717175

New enquiries: 0800 030 9114

Existing customers: 01438 717175

Winter Maintenance Services

Combat the impact of winter with dedicated maintenance

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We are one of the UK's most successful grounds maintenance companies. Get in touch with us today to see how we could help you!

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Winter Grounds Maintenance

No matter the season, the team at John O’Conner provides diligent grounds maintenance services throughout the UK. Our winter maintenance works keep your grounds safe even under the harshest of conditions.

Winter is an unpredictable period, and the safety of those using your grounds is of paramount importance. Our teams cover across the Midlands, the East, the South and Scotland.

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Winter Grounds Maintenance Services

Through our extensive gritting and snow clearance services, we can maintain a high level of functionality and accessibility throughout your estate, with rapid response to changing conditions.

We can also keep your salt bins stocked and prepared for overnight gritting, ensuring your site is never caught short.

We pay close attention to current and impending weather conditions around your site, delivering a professional and tailored service to prevent and reduce risk caused by icy surfaces and snow-blocked roads and pathways.

With pay as you go or fixed price packages available for snow clearance and gritting, we ensure a flexible approach to winter grounds maintenance, regardless of the size, scale or complexity of your grounds. To find out more, contact the team at John O’Conner today.

Have you seen our Winter Grounds Maintenance Checklist? – we can take care of all your winter maintenance needs, use our checklist to make sure you are prepared this winter!

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