When starting your debris removal service, one of the first things you have to sort out is how much you are going to pay people for their debris. To figure out how to price properly, read on and watch the video above.
Pricing breaks down into volume, labor, and weight. The amount of space a clients debris takes up, how much you work, and the weight of the debris need to be addressed to figure out how much you’ll pay the client.
Make sure to do your homework. Volume and labor will have rates based on where you live. Check out other debris removal services to see what the volume and labor rates are for a full load, 3/4 of a load, 1/2 a load, and so on.
Weight is up to you. You get to decide how much a full load is for you. For example, you can say a full load is 1 ton, 2 tons, etc.
You want to be upfront about pricing because you don’t know what it is you’re collecting. Tell the customer exactly what your rates are, and be transparent about how that might change if it ends up not being a full load. Honesty is the best policy
With this knowledge and a bit of research, you should have pricing for your debris removal service down.