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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Husky, Feb 27, 2003.
Hpw do we go about charging for this, Thans guys.
Now there's a broad post! Per yard? Delivered? Skid steer? Hand grading?
A supplier here gets $25.00 per cu-yrd....thats picked up,they deliver about $1.00 per mile round trip.
This is good quality screened from a landscape supplier.
My topsoil man brings me a 10 yard load any where in the county for $60.00. Good service and I buy from him often. I can't own and operate a dump truck that cheap.
Works well for me.......
$150-225 per tamdem load down here. kane
single axle dump approx.8-10 tons anywhere inside a 30 mile radius 85 dollars
I pay $190.00 to $200.00 for a tri-axle load.
$20 a yard is what I get it for
Sory for being so broad,,, per yard picked up and per yard delivered?
thanks for the posts guys
Ok then, here in CT area it runs from $15 a yard to $21 a yard from a borderline topsoil, humes, compost material mix (if you could call it that .. more like the residue of the bottom or the swamp) to good top quality material 1/2 screened. Delivery is about $6 per yard.... that should be a good ball park for this area...
Check with the local guys to see what they are charging.....