I just wanted to get some feedback on pricing for crushed stone driveway resurfacing. Yes, I've read all the threads on the subject already. For background, I do mostly lawn maintenance but am trying to move away from that to more installs. Mostly just so I can hang out on this forum more, LOL. I recently ran an add for gravel driveway resurfacing and am starting to get calls. I've done this work before (maybe 150 tons total), but don't think I've charged enough in the past. So I have a driveway and turnaround measuring about 1,500 sq. ft. I will need to regrade/redistribute first, as there are some potholes and it's mounded to one end against landscape timbers due to plowing. Weeds along the edges...not too bad. I'll use the JD 855 tractor with loader and landscape rake (I prefer the loader). I figured 15 tons of 3/4 process (road base/traprock/basalt) which will cost me approx. $180 delivered, Marked up 25% to $225. I figured 5 hrs maximum with the tractor at $65/hr = $325. This includes some time for hand raking where necessary. Travel time is about 15 minutes each way. Total cost $550 or $36.60/ton. Is this a fair price? Too cheap? To high? Just right? My customer thinks it's high, but says she hasn't gotten any other pricing. Thanks! Darryl P.S. - I compact and smooth it pretty well by backdragging with the loader bucket at a gradually decreasing angle.