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Prices In Nh?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by ACE LANDSCAPING L.L.C., Nov 19, 2005.


    ACE LANDSCAPING L.L.C. Junior Member
    from NH
    Messages: 9

    i was wondering what kind of prices that people are getting to do residential and commercial plowing in nh or northen new england?
  2. hillmin

    hillmin Junior Member
    Messages: 26

    We're in a very small town in the upper valley. As far as I'm aware the average around here is $125.00 per hour. That's for residential as well as light commercial done with a pick-up. I also run a small bucket loader mostly in drive ways when the piles back up, and I charge the same per hour with the Kubota.
  3. mrplowdude

    mrplowdude Senior Member
    Messages: 315

    I have only have 5 res. accounts and I start prices at $30 for those. For all my commercial I get $125 per hour. I've been told this is high and talked with quite a fews guys from portsmouth and they get between $90-100 per hour.
  4. Dupesy

    Dupesy Member
    Messages: 61

    my residentials run between $25 and $40, depending on the size and services requested (ice melt, shovelling). Most are $35.00.
  5. Hmebuildr

    Hmebuildr Senior Member
    Messages: 115

    Residental pricing starts at $30
  6. ThePlowKing

    ThePlowKing Member
    Messages: 59

    I don't start my truck for less than $35 per push, and I'm there every 3-6" Most of my customers are what I consider "high maintenance" Rich people with too much money.
  7. CrazyPlower

    CrazyPlower Member
    from CT
    Messages: 67

    My uncle owns a private road in Northern NH and I plow his road and plow a few others for about i do his road for nothing but others i charge about 45 a hour
  8. Winter Land Man

    Winter Land Man Senior Member
    Messages: 723

    I know the mininum I've done is $25 for a drive and that's cheap. But it's mostly $35 plus. All depends on the driveway. The easier to go into the driveway, the cheaper. Driveways near intersections suck, and the price for a drive is usually $45 plus for one of those.

    ACE LANDSCAPING L.L.C. Junior Member
    from NH
    Messages: 9

    i guess i'm in the right ball park. i try to get $35 per 3" minimum. some of my bigger drives or the curvey long drives i get up to $50 per 3". my commercial stuff is mostly $100 and up per 3". depens on the size. i ment to ask about sanding. i'll probably start a new thread on it though. thanks