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Gross per pickup

cutntrim

PlowSite.com - Veteran
In your particular area, what would be a hoped-for gross earnings amount for an individual pickup w/plow. This year we're looking at about $13,000+/pickup, and eventually we hope to see that figure approach $20,000. How about the rest of you?

This doesn't include salting at those accounts where it's an additional charge. It does however, include salting at those sites where it's part of the seasonal/annual contract.
 

Lazer

Senior Member
I think the answer is going to depend on how much snow your get.

A place that gets 200in. average with 45 plow trips better be grossing more than a 10 trip average guy.

I pride myself on grossing radically more than the average guy in my area or guy with as much snow as we get.
 
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