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Anyone know the allowable in inches? Before its over allowable and batf....
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Anyone know the allowable in inches? Before its over allowable and batf....
2" is the rule even though their manual says 3.
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2" is the general rule.
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Are you guys saying that 2-3" is over the allowable? Or 2-3" is required before snow removal is needed?

HUD allowable is $75. The companies sending me orders require more than 3" before snow needs to be removed. Anything less & it stays put!
As far as over the allowable, that's solely up to me, according to the email I was sent. If I think I cannot make a profit @ the HUD allowable, I bid it.

As far as over the allowable, each property is different:
In town properties with standard driveways with less than 10-12ish inches that take my crews 10-15 minutes to complete are done for the allowable.
Rural properties with 3"+ that require a truck to plow are bid as over the allowable.

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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Are you guys saying that 2-3" is over the allowable? Or 2-3" is required before snow removal is needed?

HUD allowable is $75. The companies sending me orders require more than 3" before snow needs to be removed. Anything less & it stays put!
As far as over the allowable, that's solely up to me, according to the email I was sent. If I think I cannot make a profit @ the HUD allowable, I bid it.

As far as over the allowable, each property is different:
In town properties with standard driveways with less than 10-12ish inches that take my crews 10-15 minutes to complete are done for the allowable.
Rural properties with 3"+ that require a truck to plow are bid as over the allowable.
My HUD allowable is $50.00 Fannie and Freddie are $75.00
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don't do snow removal for peanuts...
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