I was wondering how long it would take one of you (Not Lazer, we all know he is a speed demon, with whom a newbie like myself would not likely be able to keep up.) to plow a drive this size? They are straight drives on level ground that must be backdragged from the garage to the street. How long to snowblow a 100' section of sidewalk? All of the talk I hear of residential work and profit margins, I am going to try to balance them with my commercial accounts. Would a total of 7 minutes be a little on the high side for one individual to complete both tasks? What might an expected "average time" be to complete these tasks? I am setting these particular customers up as yearly, so I can increase my cashflow significantly by charging for the service in two installments, one at signing and one the 15th of December. I wonder what others of you charge for a yearly price on accounts of that nature in a market that averages 28" of snow annually. Please email me your price (if you don't want to discuss pricing on the board) at firstname.lastname@example.org. My guess would be $200 per season to plow, based on a maximum of 8 events (3 last year). I would charge an additional $80 per season for walks. I realize the walks are much less profitable than the plowing, but I think I will get much more business if I offer the service. That balances things out since there would be a large gain in efficiency if I had half a dozen or more drives within a minutes drive of each other.