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Anyone quote this one?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by PROPJCKEY, Jan 3, 2004.

  1. PROPJCKEY

    PROPJCKEY Senior Member
    Messages: 125

    Hey boys,

    Anyone want to quote backdragging this one? You know what?....i'll bet Plowmaster can do this one backing out of the garage!....nevermind, problem solved!
    -Jeff-
    :eek:

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  2. badranman

    badranman Senior Member
    Messages: 265

    Is that for real? What crazy a** would build a driveway like that? Who would buy? very stupid!:confused:
     
  3. PROPJCKEY

    PROPJCKEY Senior Member
    Messages: 125

    this is what happens when you have a serious lack of communication between your engineer and builder....yep...its real!
    :dizzy:
    -Jeff-
     
  4. JMR

    JMR Senior Member
    Messages: 567

    If you build it steep enough the snow will just slide right off.
     
  5. badranman

    badranman Senior Member
    Messages: 265

    I guess the owners don't intend to ever park a vehicle in those garages. Better off just sodding the whole yard.:rolleyes:
     
  6. PROPJCKEY

    PROPJCKEY Senior Member
    Messages: 125

    here's what happened........I have done this in the past too......the house was built BEFORE the road grade was laid out. Granted, the three I did, the top of foundation grade was set by the engineer after he laid out the roads! Good sales piont for the developer......buy this house, get two free Hummers!(no not that kind!)
    -Jeff-:drinkup:
     
  7. The Boss

    The Boss 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,099

    What the hell?!:dizzy:

    My legs are getting sore just looking at that!:eek:

    LOL, we better leave plowmaster alone, everybody really reemed him a new one.
     
  8. PROPJCKEY

    PROPJCKEY Senior Member
    Messages: 125

    its all in good fun plowmaster......while your methods may be a tad crude....your heart is in the right spot....no prob here bro!
    -Jeff-:waving:
     
  9. gpin

    gpin Senior Member
    Messages: 390

    What was the builder thinking? Sub out everything and go on a six month vacation. I have built on nasty sites, just excavate and lower the garages under the house and use a set of steps to access the house. It's not perfect but a more workable solution.
     
  10. TLS

    TLS PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,425

    Why is there such a LARGE space of "grass" between the curb and the sidewalk????

    Most are 4' - 5' around my way, with my parents house having only 18" boulevards of grass between the curb and sidewalk (Makes it a real PITA to keep sidewalks clear in winter, as plows' windrows go right on top of the sidewalk!!!

    By them simply moving the sidewalk towards the street for that stretch would help the approach angle some. It would give them more of a front yard as well.

    Easier than moving the house!
     
  11. ih82plow

    ih82plow Senior Member
    Messages: 109

    Around my area a grade/incline like that would never get aproval.
    I dont see how you could get a car in the garage no less across the sidewalk.I dont think a vette could even pull into that driveway.Also in our area no over night street parking from nov 15th till aprill 15th because of snow removal.

    So I can asume no one except a hummer owner will be parking in that garage
     
  12. ih82plow

    ih82plow Senior Member
    Messages: 109

    propjockey

    How about taking another picture of the drive way with your truck in it aproaching the driveway from the looks of it I would think my silverados front bumper would almost be touching the incline

    I am sure the moving guys are going to have fun

    How in the world did they get the concrete to set with out sliding off the incline
     
  13. Robhollar

    Robhollar Senior Member
    Messages: 766

    Looks more like a ski ramp then a driveway.
     
  14. IndySnowPlowers

    IndySnowPlowers Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 78

    reminds me of walking from my truck to Bristol Motor Speedway.
     
  15. fordman

    fordman Senior Member
    Messages: 327

    What a joke. I know I'd get hung up on that with the way my Unimount sub frame hangs down. I agree with TLS, move the sidewalk further out.:nono:
     
  16. PLOWMAN45

    PLOWMAN45 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,830

    I have a driveway like that 50.00 i charge its longer same incline
     
  17. oldmankent

    oldmankent PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,318

    That's real nice:eek: What the *&%$!!:eek:
     
  18. SatZ28

    SatZ28 Member
    Messages: 88

    Are those homes in the Chicago area?
     
  19. rewoodworking

    rewoodworking Senior Member
    Messages: 223

    they need a suv to get into the garage it would bottom out in the middle of the car:confused:
     
  20. windmill

    windmill Senior Member
    Messages: 224

    Sure would keep the bottom of the car shiny.