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There is no exact amount and everything depends upon the person doing the plowing. Usually having two inches of snow is good enough. It is not too much and is manageable, so homeowners can themselves plow the snow easily. This means starting quickly, so things do not get out of control.
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Per hour — $25 to $75. Usually used for manual removal with shovels or blowers/throwers. Per season - $350 to $450. Typically has an upward limit of visits/clearings. Per event - $30 to $75. A snowstorm is an event. Per push/visit - $30 - $50. Per inch - $60 to $95.
Cost Of Snow Removal Costs for removal of up to six inches of snow start between $75 and $95. Some contractors will charge a lower fee for removal of smaller amounts, such as two inches. A good rule of thumb for any removal project over six inches is to add $30 per additional half-foot of snow.
According to Costlier, the cost for one worker to shovel or snow blower can cost between $25 to $75 an hour. The cost to hire a company to plow a standard driveway after a storm can run about $30 to $45 per storm.
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Make sure your truck can handle the job. Your truck needs to carry a plow, so your engine needs to deliver a lot of power. Be careful with your plow designs. Choose the right plow size. Don't forget a snow blower. Salt and sand spreaders keep ice at bay.
Most states require operators of snow plows (or any other snow removal vehicle) to have a commercial driver's license. The Commercial Driver's License (CDL) is a requirement to receive the plates, permits, and insurance below that is required for you to operate your snow plow.
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