I told MJD I would try my best to behave.
Only to have wal mart tell you we will pay half of that. That's the reality of it.I told MJD I would try my best to behave.
OP, take your hourly rate (including labor, overhead and profit) multiplied by how long it will take you to plow it, multiplied by the estimated number of times you will need to plow it during a season. Assuming you are working on a seasonal price.
For salt, same thing using 850# per acre (unless you believe JAA and think 150-300# is close to realistic--it isn't) multiplied by the number of times you will salt it in a season.
Sidewalks, same thing.
SamGuys how much and how do you charge a place like Walmart with a huge lot? I have my method, but wanted to hear some opinions, thank you everyone.
In my experience construction companies like these jobsTP has it about right here except he forgot the Easter bunnies. Walmarts in my neighborhood are scooped up by nationals and they usually tell you what the price is. Be prepared to like peanut butter.
Seeing as they very quite a bit in sizeAm I the only one who took his post to mean he is looking to price a lot sized "like" a Walmart and not necessarily an actual walmart?
Edit: nevermind, I see the thread is titled "walmart"
MJD, those were legit questions, look around at them, some only have sidewalks by the doors, some across the whole front, some are 24 hr(super) some are closed at night....all part of the cost equationhow abut posting to try to assist rather than ruining the thread with the pointless comments?
and OP, you probably need to post a little more information about the property so the members can assist you