However, there is another problem that has reared its head
in recent winters – ice. Early 2010 and 2011 both saw substantial snowfall in many
parts of the UK and, as that snow melted, refroze and got compacted down, it
soon turned to ice. Transport networks were disrupted, boiler engineers couldn’t
reach customers to fix their central heating, and construction projects ground
to a halt. In 2012, although the heavy snow has stayed away, there have
already been numerous warnings of both snow and ice – and, in the north-west,
both at once. With temporary road mats, however, you have a way of making
a site accessible – provided your employees can reach it from their homes. Lay temporary road mats over any slippery areas, and you
provide a valuable source of traction for feet, wheels or tracks alike. What’s more, with interlocking timber mats, you can cover
any size of area without gaps, and prevent each mat from slipping once in
place. This helps to put you back in control of the project when
adverse weather conditions hit – and can help to make sure you don’t have to
push back any deadlines.

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