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  • Dodgeman
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    Snow Removal??

    Need help for bid on snow removal. Salting and plowing. How do you price that kind of job? Hourly of something else? Need help quick.

  • Hazel23
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    Snow removal is perhaps the most intense and time-consuming chore many of us have to endure every winter, but sadly, itís also one of the most necessary. Without proper snow removal
    tricks, you could miss your driveway, slip as you grab the mail or sadly, ruin your curb appeal once all that white fluff disappears.

    Follow those simple steps:>

    1. Put Tall Stakes Around Driveway, Walkway & Sidewalk
    2. Buy A Good Shovel
    3. Shovel Often
    4. Salt Everything
    5. Use Snow Blowers
    6. Do Not Place Snow Near Foundation

    Snow Removal Costs
    The average price for snow removal services is $200, however, this price can largely fluctuate.

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  • walterprice
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    Snow removal

    If you want to snow removal tips from garden then contact me

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  • loganmartin1
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    http://www.landscapestructures.ca/services this site provides services landscape design & construction services, hardscape & softscape installation, carpentry for outdoor structures like decks, fences, pergolas, tree houses, and 24/7 snow and ice control.

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  • loganmartin1
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    Thank For the Post.

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  • loganmartin1
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    Snow Removal

    Hi,

    Removing snow after a snowfall to make travel easier and safer. This is done by both individual households.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snow_removal

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  • adinalee111
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    Great post! Thanks for the information. Its really helpful.

    Ice Services company in Arizona

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  • PTLlandscapingIL
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    here is how i do it,driveways i dotn really know measurements but the basic drive i charge $25 for the drive and add like 5 bucks for min walkways and for salt i chage per bag usally around 50 lbs for ythe drive like $15

    commerical i base mine around $110 per hour and i charge by the ton or yard of salt i got a ton for $30 i charge $80 spread

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  • Dodgeman
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    Your prices under residential and commercial do they include plowing and spreading salt?

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  • VALLEYWIDE
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    SOMEONE ELSE POSTED THIS ABOUT 2WEEKS AGO I MANAGED TO SAVE IT

    Residential-
    15'x50' =$25
    20'x50' =$30
    25'x75' =$40
    50'x50' =$40
    50'x100'=$55
    or $150-170 per hour

    Commercial-
    50'x100'=$75
    100'x100'=$100
    or $175-200 per hour

    Roads-
    $125 per 1/4 mile

    60% added to plowing rate for salt and/or sand
    80% added to plowing rate for calcium chloride

    Our billing is based on the reading of our weather station which is located at our regional airport. Our services are priced according to 3" increments. We try very hard to be at every account at least once every 6" during major events.

    Sand/Cinder is based at the rate of $125/ton distributed (cost $25/ton). Ice Melt is $15/bag applied and Rock Salt is $12 (cost $5.50 & $3).

    Front End Loaders avg $175/hr with operator. If you operate a heated dump trailer, you avg approximately $100/hr hauling snow. Medium duty trucks w/ 10' plows avg. $150-200/hr and 4wd's avg $75-125/hr. Skid steers with brooms or throwers avg $50/hr incl operator. If your stacking/removing snow you can get around $70/hr for the machine with the operator.

    If you are a sub contractor the going rate is $25/hr for your 4wd. If your a driver for an outfit/wing man you should avg. $12-18/hr.

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