Pricing

The Water Runner Trucks

We always like to explain our cost of operation so our customers know that they are receiving a fair and reasonable price.

In order to make our pricing as reasonable as we can in this economy, we have not increased our pricing since 2009.

Pricing depends upon location. Please call for details.
Remember that each customer is valuable to us and we try to work with each individual customer, depending upon his or her financial situation. If pricing becomes an issue, we are always willing to work with them or match pricing.

Our price includes the expenses of:

  • Maintaining our State Certification Water
  • Fuel
  • Maintenance
  • Insurance
  • DOT Qualification
  • Tires
  • Labor
  • Chain-up Fee (when applicable)
  • Long Hose Fee
  • Water Pump Fees

All this is included in one price for your water.

Everyone realizes how high fuel costs alone are, so most folks realize that we are reasonably and fairly priced for the service we offer.

For Example – in comparison to other trucking companies:
Dump Trucks:
Charge $90-$110 per hour with a minimum of one hour paid labor; and this does not include the product. (It takes us a minimum of 2-3 hours per delivery, and even longer in the winter time because of chaining up and weather conditions. There is no additional charge to our customers.)

Propane Companies:
Charge a minimum of 100 gallons of propane before they deliver which is substantially more than our fees.

Durango Water Delivery Companies:
Front Chain-up Fee: $15
Rear Chain-up Fee: $30
Extra Hose Fee over 100 feet to cistern: $5-$20
After Hours/Holiday/Sundays additional fee: $100

Our Company Additional Fees:
Front Chain-up Fee: $0
Rear Chain-up Fee: $0
Extra Hose Fee over 100 feet to cistern: $0
After Hours/Holiday/Sundays additional fee: $0

We have seen 15 competitors come and go in our 16 years of business because they were not prepared for the costs and expense of operation. We are still here and still able to deliver quality water to you.