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Discussion in 'Network: North' started by KINGSBURYLANDSCAPELLC, Feb 22, 2007.
Ok ok just put all the blame on me Chris lol
Actually, we had to wait for the dirt work to get done. We weren't waiting on you for this, but you have been busy over there and it looks great! Whitey and I had trouble hooking up to see it for the last couple weeks. I was travelling, he was busy...... let's hope the rain doesn't wipe this one out. It needs roots in there - this one is being planted in compost.
Are you going back there for anything?
anyone looking for a leaf loader? i just picked one up off of COASTAL, however somehow i got stuck with two, just trying to get 275, would be a great back up. ket me know.
hot shot, how big is it? any pics?
i will take pics and get all the info later on today. i know it has a 6.5 hp briggs and straton. also has a extra impellar, need to get that from coastal still.
Hi Guys- I have a question-
What would you charge for this job?
specs: 16 yrds 3/8 pea stone cost $460
spread with tractor in 4 total man hours(2guys for 2 hrs)
hourly rate for one guy @ 2hours
Machine + operator =$80+ per hour (unless rental then i charge rental fee as well )
take 3/8" stone and just up it to $720 and dont forget the delivery fee per load.
so in general i would charge assuming not rented equipment and hourly rate for the man with the shovel (figured at $40 per hour)
= $960 then $50 per load delivered
Thats a steal... if Ken doesnt want it....
Joel dont forget if you need another hired hand
joel did you ever get pics of that trailer?
KEN--- that trailer of Joel's is really good looking IMO, ask Jason as well he saw it also, it was on the same eye level as he was