Spreading gravel and spliting wood

27-Okt, 2019
812 999 Ko‘rishlar soni

Dumping out two 16 ton loads with an International Paystar dump truck, then spreading it out on a muddy driveway with a Bobcat 864 tracked skid steer.
Then splitting some fire wood.

  • Is there any Skid steer Simulator? 😁

    wido panenmayawido panenmayaKun oldin
  • I love these videos

    SAMPINJSAMPINJ5 kun oldin
  • I can't stop watching your project videos. Loving it, every single minute.👏

    Malin JayaweeraMalin Jayaweera6 kun oldin
  • I think that some companies call each other to find out if their prices are close to each other. If your prices are too low then you lose out and so does your competition. At the same time you will make less on each job but you will get more jobs to make up for it. Some people go the other way, sometimes on purpose. They want to charge more per job so they will have more profit per job, and they'll have fewer jobs with less wear and tear on their equipment and more spare time and still make quite a bit of money. But still a lot of companies check the prices of their competition. Also check with your customer to see what kind of service they expect for the price. People are willing to pay a little more if they get better service.

    Kerry WareKerry Ware10 kun oldin
  • People asking to get rid of the firewood always give me a bit of confusion. Especially taking into account that chimney on the house of this specific client. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Dmytro GubskyiDmytro Gubskyi19 kun oldin
  • What amazes me is how he is able to throw each of those logs inside the truck bed every time.

    niki top dogniki top dog28 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • I live in South Jersey and was charged $1200 per tree (2) over 7 years ago. Your prices are great for the home owner. Definitely got a great deal!

    Fernando GraciaFernando GraciaOy oldin
  • I run all sorts of heavy equipment for Belleayre Mountain and I’ve built houses for 8 years and just getting into do some side jobs with my own equipment so I probably how have be around 1500 for that job because I have a dump trailer but that’s a lot of trips so normally I’ll have the stone yard drop the material off at my jobs but keep up the videos I love watching them on my free time

    Joe StraussJoe StraussOy oldin
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    Александр ПетровичАлександр ПетровичOy oldin
  • they nave gloves now...you should check them out :)

    truthclipstruthclipsOy oldin
  • Love watching his videos.

    James beckerJames beckerOy oldin
  • $1200 for gravel sounds ok. The $800 on the tree is kinda high. I would say $600-$650. It is close to the house so there’s that.

    AllenSeeAllenDoAllenSeeAllenDoOy oldin
  • You should’ve made some sort of a three sided skin I put your word in you could’ve made a three sided contraption from an old skid this way you could put your wood in it just take it out of the back of your truck when you needed it and I see you were working in the dark I want to turn the truck around used to headlights or invest in some sort of battery powered light system Milwaukee got some Dewalt us got some if you’re going to work in the dark you should invest in some sort of a battery powered lighting system just my suggestions TIM from Canada

    TIm NashTIm NashOy oldin
  • that is a big dump truck like yours. i think it is 16yeards, not shore.

    gregg logangregg loganOy oldin
  • I live in Louisiana and a load of Gravel coast me $700. a load delivered . i well lay it down. that's why my driveway is shi/////. i am retired. can't afford it

    gregg logangregg loganOy oldin
  • Andrew, Purchase "RS Means Construction Cost Manual : Annual updated Cost Estimates, for any Construction Job. Equipment, labor, estimate of equipment time needed, scale and equipment Sizing for scale of work, figures all Indurances, overheD and profit. You will be able to take on any construction job with confidence and profit. Overhead and profit is scheduled in by size or scale of job. Its the "BIBLE" TO PROFIT AND SUCCESS! LOOK UP RS MEANS. they were bought out by another company in Massachusetts . But Google RS MEANS CONSTRUCTION COST MANUAL, THE ALSO have are variety of Landscaping cost guides Manuals, you will see all the estimator manuals. You'll think it was "CHRISTMAS" when you see all the "GIFTS". KEEP GOING, ALL THE SUCCESS TO YOU. I HOPE YOU FOUNDS THIS HELPFUL, I KNOW YOU WILL FIND THIS HELPFUL AND VERY PROFITABLE! ALSO, You will note in the back of these construction / equipment estimators manuals, you can apy Regional, anywhere in United States that apply to regional cost of sll construction materials, so you csn never go wrong by underestimating a job. You be tbe judge, after the average estimate cost whether you want to discount job estimates, depending if you are slow in jobs or if businesd is goox, you can estimate premium prices, when thing are busy. Good luck Andrew, I believe you are going to VERY SUCCESSFUL IN YOUR LIFES EFFORTS. Dennis Sweeney (603) 785-525[ Email: grshfe@gmail.com I enjoy all your videos, It helps me relax, seening you work hard and accomplish what two or three men can do collectively! Enjoy your Means Construction Cost Estimators. It will be the bext Investment you have ever made. Invest in yourself, the returns will be "OUTSTSANDING" ALL THE BEST, Dennis Sweeney 522 Ellsworth Hill RD. Campton, New Hampshire 03223.

    Dennis SweeneyDennis SweeneyOy oldin
  • You charge people that can afford it more and people that don't have as much less

    dogiit1dogiit1Oy oldin
  • If the back of that grapple bucket had a plate welded to it could you use it as a dozer

    Steve TSteve T2 oy oldin
  • I can't put rock down with a shovel and a screed better than his free style! smh

    Bustin YaBustin Ya2 oy oldin
  • If that "planter" is called landscaping, well i'm going into business!

    Bustin YaBustin Ya2 oy oldin
  • The thing I noticed about Andrew is that he is not afraid of work and does a nice job. He stays late to get the work done. I see a great work ethic that will definitely pay good dividends since others will noice it. My only concern is that he pushes too hard on the body by not lifting correctly with his legs. Back issues will creep into his life and will no longer be able to do the work once he reaches his 50s and 60s. Back pain will become the norm. Suggest Andrew being good to his back! If I were hiring people again, I would not hesitate to hire Andrew because of the work ethic, but also for many of the skills he has learned. Young people today could learn a lot from him since there is no free ride in life and you reap what you sow. Great Job Andrew!!!!👍👍👍 On another note. Andrew does a nice job using his drone on other videos to show the job sites and country side. His choice of music is good too.👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Definitely a man living the American dream!

    J ArmstrongJ Armstrong2 oy oldin
  • I would charge roughly 1800 in my area given what was done, but that also includes the wood removal

    Hunter EdwardsHunter Edwards2 oy oldin
  • Every little boy started off his working life when a toddler, We all got Tonka trucks for Xmas n birthdays

    Burn Dog AustraliaBurn Dog Australia2 oy oldin
  • Good work spreading that gravel Andrew. 1200 seems like a bargain for that job. But then a lot of people price 50% materials 50% labor. But the tree I'd charge 500 pushing it over with the SS or excavator.

    Brian SumnerBrian Sumner2 oy oldin
  • Obviouslly this person wants a neat yard. Now you put saw dust on his drive and left wood chips on his yard. Some things should be done on your land.

    Emelen123 JamesulaEmelen123 Jamesula2 oy oldin
  • I do love gravel video's. So relaxing 👍

    Plons0NardPlons0Nard3 oy oldin
  • Hi can you please send me your phone number or email I have someone who was interested maybe in having a tree cut or some limbs cut from a tree

    Robert SchwartzRobert Schwartz3 oy oldin
  • speading gravel

    kamaroway güntherkamaroway günther3 oy oldin
  • Ugly landscape

    ncrpejxincrpejxi3 oy oldin
  • copy: "Total charge $1,200 so $740 profit Well not exactly there’s your time/ labor, fuel ⛽️ , maintence, insurance, Fuel being the most expensive so in all I think you probably made $300 or $400 prof" Yeah, that's not enough for those couple of days - that's a lot more work than 200 per day profit - 400 a day profit is more like it - of course add in the youtube vid profits and he's there and maybe well beyond that.

    Shakdi DagalimalShakdi Dagalimal3 oy oldin
  • 1200.00 is a good price and remove all of the wood n 800.00 for the tree next to the house is good price to!!!

    Scott HogueScott Hogue3 oy oldin
  • Just cant understand why you dont allow tailgate on truck to spread gravel on the move.Seems like you like doing it the hard way. Sorry but it bugs me.

    Michael HaydenMichael Hayden3 oy oldin
  • For how much to charge I think it depends on what part of the country it is. It is better to be fair with price and keep a repeat customer.You want to keep customers not loose them. You will make it up by being called back to do another job and people will recommend you.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.3 oy oldin
  • You have the knack for spreading the stone. That's called experience. You surely don't have to go to the gym and don't need any rocking to go to sleep at night. Nice work.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.3 oy oldin
  • i think its actually a pretty low price, i think you could've charged more for the amount of work you did

    TheGamecheater100TheGamecheater1003 oy oldin
  • Andrew I am going to build a ridin area (arena) for our horse. Problem is when I put my bucket flat and tilt ever so slightly to dig in so I can remove approx 2" of the top and I end up gouging and digging holes. any suggestions to get a smoth finish ? useing a 4 wheeled Bobcat.

    Abel SpielvogelAbel Spielvogel3 oy oldin
  • I learn more in watching one video with Andrew, than I do watching 5 videos somewhere else. I love how you stop what you are doing and fix stuff that you find broken, even in the middle of other work. That is how I work and I appreciate those who do the same. I also very much enjoy how you handle not getting involved with the troll comments and just refer to everything as youtube. You have calm, patient demeanor that makes watching your videos enjoyable and relaxing. Keep up the great work. PS, love seeing your dogs along with you in everything you do. Although I am not a pet owner myself, I can tell how you treat people based on how you treat your animal friends.

    Gary FritzGary Fritz4 oy oldin
  • Hopefully your friend that was a no call no show isn't one that only gets with you when they want something.At least you're best friend is Levi he'll never let you down.

    Chip SpencerChip Spencer4 oy oldin
  • This is how you find out what to charge bring other contractors in to bid on it as thow it were your own house then bid accordingly

    Charles YatesCharles Yates4 oy oldin
  • Driveway looked great and your friend is a schmuck

    S CS C4 oy oldin
  • Andrew can spread that gravel like he was painting it on with a brush. Awesome job and video.🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸👍👍👍👍⚡️

    bohhica1bohhica14 oy oldin
  • that was a $1650 min job

    Microwaved SodaMicrowaved Soda4 oy oldin
  • And your not trying to rob them

    Jim CraigJim Craig4 oy oldin
  • Well U must be charging enough because most call U for repeat jobs.

    Jim CraigJim Craig4 oy oldin
  • Put some chocks on the wheels of that splitter.

    Kelly HawkinsKelly Hawkins4 oy oldin
  • That is one ass-ugly landscape design...

    Scott KScott K4 oy oldin
  • $800 thats a king ransom no wonder he lives in a castle king andrew he should be called a $1000 just to lay some gravel im supprised he gets any work at those prices

    richard stevensrichard stevens4 oy oldin
  • I just figured out why do don't have a helper, YOU DON'T NEED ONE

    Steve TSteve T4 oy oldin
  • great video-price seems great/low-ish ,would definitely call back-tree price totally removed was right on.

    Paul PrestoPaul Presto4 oy oldin
  • Ma tells you clean/rake up the yard, you're like nah i'll just cover it up with nice gravel. Yeah that oughta do it.

    Kevin LodgeKevin Lodge4 oy oldin
  • I'm thinking way to much on the tree $400 to $500 I think that's even pushing it. Tree looked like maybe 30' tall get a rope on it get your dad in the small dump truck to pull on it as you saw it down... talk what an hour at most with equipment transportation? I don't know? It's your time your equipment , your videos... speaking of could you talk about you video equipment and maybe any monies you might be making for your videos and product affiliate programs? If not you should be .

    K AlK Al5 oy oldin
  • $800.00 is a fair price, your pulling over and taking out the stump plus clean up.Ubetcha.

    Ernie MaysErnie Mays5 oy oldin
  • Skid steer work, up here is typically billed as follows - $150 first hour (60 minutes travel time max.) just to show up - plus $75/hr for the work (with a 2 hr min). So if I show up, do a job that takes me 15 minutes - it's $300. I make no money on those small jobs really. I try and line up 2-3 small jobs like this at a time so I can do them in one day and send a guy out with single axle dumper and bobcat and he can handle these by himself. Filler work really.On material costs like aggregates, top soil, mulch delivery I charge $75 for delivery plus material at a mark up (usually 100%) - so If I'm delivering 12 yards of screened soil that costs me $10/yard ($120 my cost) - I charge the client $75 for trucking PLUS $20/yard $240 - so that client pays $415 per load. So you prices are pretty much in line I think.Lot's of people don't consider the investment in equipment, insurance, fuel costs and maintenance - never mind buying the equipment. I am still cheaper than most of the competitors …… but I always have lots of work to keep me and my guys busy.I also do some landscaping construction like pavers, walls, fencing, etc.. and typically bid work at "double my cost" including labor - so if materials, labor, fuel, machines cost me $2000 - then I bid it at $4000 as a general rule. At month end when I do my books I am looking at 45%-60% contribution to cost which puts me around that 35%-40% in gross margin (profits).You always miss little things like diamond blades, a few items you didn't cost in like PL adhesive, a few extra sticks of rebar or whatever - but If I can estimate the ":bulk" of my materials - I will be Ok.

    EZM JebbiseovicEZM Jebbiseovic5 oy oldin
  • do you ever use your road roller truck to smooth out the gravel

    kltpepkltpep5 oy oldin
  • will you come to Ohio for them prices

    Gregory EdwardsGregory Edwards5 oy oldin
  • Andrew: You do very good work. I suspect that you could charge a bit more for your work however. Remember you also removed 4-5 stumps and remove debris from this guys yard. He did get a very reasonable rate. He was not wise to take you up on the tree!

    Ken ShoresKen Shores5 oy oldin
  • I don't even bother splitting the massive knots. No point. It's always a pain. It is always hard on the equipment. I put them out by the firepit and throw them on after i get a good fire going.

    Dave C.Dave C.5 oy oldin
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    Claudionei JoseClaudionei Jose5 oy oldin
  • AC did you happen by chance to count the rings on those big logs?

    pax84111pax841115 oy oldin
  • Hey, thats nothin, I got a shovel.

    Jim AllenJim Allen5 oy oldin
  • Pricing a job isn't easy, especially when you're trying to grow your business. I'm retired from the engineering and construction world of work and have seen estimators royally screw-up a project for not taking into account ALL the variables. You mentioned here a very important variable that helped you base your price on - location to the quarry and to your "office". You, also, gave a quote on taking down the tree based upon its location to the house and risk factor of take-down. A 'regular', non-risky removal of a tree of this size might be $500. You're smart. So, all in all, I would say you've got the basics down. You're not getting rich overnight, but you're on your way. ALSO, you have excellent ratings (4.9/5.0) in your area - not only the cost, but the quality of the work garners repeat customers. You're friendly and easy to talk to, AND you always go above and beyond when doing a job. You will do well for a long, long time. P.S. Dana Grey's cost breakdown is most EXCELLENT!

    RumMonkeyableRumMonkeyable5 oy oldin
  • I had a guy charge 2200 for a job of the same size

    Matthew GamesMatthew Games5 oy oldin
  • What song name 9:00 - 11:00?

    tautvydas riauzatautvydas riauza5 oy oldin
  • $1200 fair for this job. I'd say as long as you pocket 600 minimum when using equipment

    EUROEURO5 oy oldin
  • $800.00/16 tons. No bobcat. They will spread with tail gate of truck

    Richard MillerRichard Miller5 oy oldin
  • That's possibly the worst looking landscaping I've ever seen.

    TubeScavengerTubeScavenger5 oy oldin
  • where in NY is that place

    javier rabanalesjavier rabanales6 oy oldin
  • Rocks trucks mudd... yeah hold on kids ill get you dinner as soon as Andrews video is over !

    Water ManWater Man6 oy oldin
  • I agree, editing and shooting skills are superb.

    Steve PerkinsSteve Perkins6 oy oldin
  • Andrew.. it might be worthwhile to put a pin on knee brace on the front leg of your log splitter.. a 45 degree piece a angle stock from bottom of leg back up to trailer.....would keep leg from collapsing during use ,, found ups during transport... All the best

    doug westacottdoug westacott6 oy oldin
  • U must be charging right or close. Maybe that's why U have epeat customers and the others don't

    Jim CraigJim Craig6 oy oldin
  • If your happy and the customer is happy and your making money your charging enough. Greed destroys people.

  • Man I love watching your videos!

    Jim ThompsonJim Thompson6 oy oldin
  • In Ohio, A small drive would be $700.00, You are way to low.....

    Andy SukosdAndy Sukosd6 oy oldin
  • Thank God you bring your Dog, Love him in the videos. Yes I watch your videos to the end, Just include the dog. Thank you...

    Andy SukosdAndy Sukosd6 oy oldin
  • Buddy your videos sure isn't boring! But if you watch your video at the end when your first dog jump out of the truck, It has bad hindquarter You really need to stop it from jumping.

    Richard SmithRichard Smith6 oy oldin
  • Andrew has total control over his equipment. He handles each machine with confidence and control.

    StubbykcaStubbykca6 oy oldin
  • Like your videos Andrew, I do think labor, maintenance etc has to be included due to your hard work and time your putting into it. See what other’s are charging in your area to get a better feeling about it. Keep up the great work and great videos.

    Suzy TimmSuzy Timm6 oy oldin
  • The autumn colors of the leaves are beautiful! Gota give the customer a break on one job...and charge more on the next. Gota toss the prices around....unless it's a loyal, longtime, customer....they get the discounts. If it's a property management company, you gota play it cool...because they could become a big accounts receivable. You gota gouge house "flippers" ....get YOUR piece of the pie!

    WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE846 oy oldin
  • Larry Bird of wood splitting!

    Dick MeisterlingDick Meisterling6 oy oldin
  • charge more. your work is perfect. just look at your castle!

    Robert LivelyRobert Lively7 oy oldin
  • Andrew I have a old saying that I have shared many times. "Pigs get fat and hogs get slaughtered ". You charge what you think is fair.

    Frank KirbyFrank Kirby7 oy oldin
  • My wife says I'm hooked on Andrew. One hell of a worker, nothing can't do.

    mrsamzero1mrsamzero17 oy oldin
  • A ton of rock in Kentucky is A lot cheaper it's like $12.50 a ton for 57s witch is right the same as 3/4 but fuel is also cheaper right now it's like $2.50 a gallon so that makes a big change and most people with a smaller equipment such as yours is about $70 an hour but there is not as much papper work you half to go there yet to do stuff in less it's water , electric or sepect

    Justin PriceJustin Price7 oy oldin
  • everybodt wants a 1000 job done for a 100 dollars

    jerry Colejerry Cole7 oy oldin
  • the price is what ever you are willing to do the job for taking into account ware and tare of machinery and time spent

    paul humphreyspaul humphreys7 oy oldin
  • One man show, one man crew - same to me. All very good. Great show and beautiful job done well. Loved the way you tossed wood into truck bed. Very casual and accurate. Thanks. Helps a lot of us ,'got to stay at home old farts'.

    Willaim R. KirklandWillaim R. Kirkland7 oy oldin
  • Well if your making money and able to keep your equipment fueled and working that’s what matters. Plus don’t over work yourself. Save time for home. My opinion, but hey, I’m 75 years old.

    bohhica1bohhica17 oy oldin
  • Now I see why you bought that spitter for the skid steer.

    bohhica1bohhica17 oy oldin
  • Lie or loves to roll in the snow one time when u were Talking I was watching him rolling in the snow

    rebecca ockerrebecca ocker7 oy oldin
  • A fast nickel is worth more than a slow dime, word from a satisfied customer is the best advertisement .

    Ernie MaysErnie Mays7 oy oldin
  • You're working too cheap

    Chateau ADK (Pyramid Renovations LLC)Chateau ADK (Pyramid Renovations LLC)7 oy oldin
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    Muzaffer ÖzcanMuzaffer Özcan8 oy oldin
  • What model Husqvarna does he have?

    Jake ChaillierJake Chaillier8 oy oldin
  • great work you have compliments greetings Serbia.

    Vitomir JovicVitomir Jovic8 oy oldin
  • I’d say $500 for taking that tree down is fair enough

    Zouhair SuleimanZouhair Suleiman8 oy oldin
  • Was the wood for you or will you sell it ?

    Andy EllisAndy Ellis8 oy oldin
    • So that made the job alittle sweeter free wood

      Andy EllisAndy Ellis8 oy oldin
    • I brought it to my parents house for their fire place.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • Just asking why do you not have a dump trialer?

    Robert RousseauRobert Rousseau8 oy oldin
    • I have allot of stuff already. I have 3 dump trucks.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin
  • I think your pricing is a little light Andrew.Crunch you expense fuel for dump truck the skidsteer the pick up the log splitter I'd say you burned $150 in fuel for all equipment on that job paying and yourself at least $30 bucks and hour X's 14 hours, $450 for materials you have $1020 or so in expenses and you charged the guy $1200, yeah I'd say your a little light. On the profit margin.

    Maka MakaMaka Maka8 oy oldin