For me, the hardest hit came in the labor column. Not only has the availability of labor decreased, but so has the cost of attracting that labor. I operate in one of the most economically depressed areas of the country. Consequently, it is very difficult to increase my pricing schedule. This in turn undermines my ability to attract competent employees.I know we’re all in the same boat, just wanted to see whats others are doing, and where cost is hitting you most.
Fuel (of course)
Shop rent increase
Labor, when you can get someone decent
Dump fee raised 2x in just over a month, expecting it again to happen
Parts shortage, been waiting on valves for my log splitter, theres a shortage of them
$15 for one oil filter?
Im sure I forgot something..