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commerical snow pricing

jrw lawn

Junior Member
Romeo, MI 48065
HI I was wondering if someone would be kind enough to help me with pricing out snow removal for a condo complex. They want both a seasonal price and a per push price. I figure it will take 2.5 to 3 hours with two guys. One would be plowing with a truck and one guy would be doing side walks with a snow blower. They are not to fond of salt so I wouldn't really need a price on that. What I would need help with is setting up a rate for different depths of snow. exp 2-6insnow, 6-10, 10- and up. Also how do most people charge for seasonal prices. Do they charge for 14 Plows- and what if they go over. I am new to commerical accounts. I did resisdential last year, but I really didn't make any money. so insight would be greatly appreaciated. Thank you

Jrw Lawn