How Much Do A Pallet Of Sod Cost?


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Anonymous answered
The cst of a pallet is $120
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Russ James answered
Sod, as you probably know, is pre-grown grass that is cut the the root level so it can be transported and transplanted onto a lawn. There are dozens of different types of sod and each type will vary greatly in cost.

A rough estimate of sod cost is 8 - 50 cents
a square foot. These prices are generally for existing varieties of sod that
have been on the market for a while. The newest varieties of high
quality turf grass can cost up to a dollar a square foot or maybe more.

These are a few types of grass that can be used as sod:

Kentucky Bluegrass; Tall Fescue, Bluegrass/Fescue mix, Bermudagrass, Zoysiagrass, Buffalograss, Carpetgrass, Centipedegrass, and others. Among each of these grass types above there are new improved varieties that will cost more than the common types. Call your local county extension office to see what grass types work best where you live and then call around to different growers or landscapers for the best price.

A place to go for detailed information on grass types is the website, Lawn Care Academy. It will tell you everything you need to know about most of these grasses.

If you have the grass professionally installed by a landscaper you can expect a price  of 2.50 to 5.00 a square yard for installation. Some places charge more depending on the location. Make sure they guarantee it.

Hope this helps.


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