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Need pricing help on this job

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself to the Community' started by peeklandscaping, Nov 6, 2013.

  1. peeklandscaping

    peeklandscaping Junior Member
    Messages: 22

    Hi all,
    I've been asked to plow a private road and 3 driveways that branch off that road. It's flat ground. The driveways + road are around 750ft by 17ft. No de-icing materials required. Belgian block edging around maybe half the area. Plenty of area to push the snow.
    How would you price? (2in trigger)
    also have to shovel 205ftx 3ft walkways- any pricing info there?
    thanks for your help!
     
  2. peeklandscaping

    peeklandscaping Junior Member
    Messages: 22

    Anyone? Would be plowing with a 7'6" plow on a F250. Area is in a "Y" shape, with the 2 top parts two of the driveways, and the lower part of the 'Y" the shared road. The 3rd driveway is on the right hand side.
    I'm interested in advise for a 2in trigger, then say 2-6in, 7-12in, 12in +. Maybe a based price and then a price-per-foot after that?
     
  3. IDST

    IDST Senior Member
    Messages: 938

    150 225 300
     
  4. peeklandscaping

    peeklandscaping Junior Member
    Messages: 22

    how does that figure? would the price then remain the same once you've reached and exceeded the 12in mark?
     
  5. IDST

    IDST Senior Member
    Messages: 938

    No i would do 2-4 inches 150 4-6 225 because that is two trips minimum to keep up with storm. first is a pass thru second cleanup. 6-12 300 and if over 12 I would do 150 per six inches over 12. In that case if you had a 20 inch storm cost on that storm would be 600.