A 2'x5' roll normally covers about 10 square feet. The amount on a pallet normally covers 450 square feet.
Is sod expensive?
Both seed and sod have a range of prices depending on the type of grass installed. Seed is much less expensive than sod, not only to install but also to purchase. Most grass seeds range between $65 and $105 for enough to cover a 5,000 square foot lawn, costing roughly $.08 per square foot.
Explanation: Explanation: A roll of sod is usually 2 feet by 5 feet. Explanation: Growers offer many different size sod cuts. From homeowner 16"x24" to large rolls of several hundred feet of sod. Explanation: 16 inches x 24 inches is the most popular piece of sod size.
A. Depending on the moisture content of the soil, sod can weigh anywhere from 15 to 30 pounds per piece. A full pallet (500 square feet) contains 100 pieces, so it can weigh between 1500 and 3000 pounds.
We can also sell ½ pallets and individual pieces of grass. Q: How many feet does a pallet cover? A: Either 450 sq feet or 500 sq. ft. depending on which size you buy. 450 sq. feet covers an area that measures about 25 ft x 18 ft. 500 sq feet covers an area that measures about 25 ft x 20 ft.
To find how much you need, calculate the area you will be covering (in square feet). If it's a rectangular area, this is length x width, of course. Q: What is the size of a sod roll? 2' wide x 5' long = 10 square feet.
Our pallets each hold 171 individual sod pieces that are stacked on a 4' x 4' wooden pallet. When laid out, one pallet of sod will cover 450 square feet.
Or, figure out the sq.ft. of you areas based on the equations listed below and total.
- Square or Rectangle. To figure the area of a square or rectangle, measure the Length & Width and multiply.
- Right Triangle. A Right Triangle has one 90º corner.
- Circle, 1/2 Circle, 1/4 Circle.
In order to calculate the amount of sod required you must measure the length and width of the areas in feet. Length x Width= square feet divided by 9 will give you the number of square yards needed. Our sod rolls measure 24" x 81" or 2 ft x 6.75 ft. Each roll of sod will cover 1.5 sq. yds or 13.5 sq. ft.
Prices for sod can range from eight to thirty cents per square foot, which brings the total of a 2,000 square foot project to $160 to $600. Delivery charges can vary from free (included in the sod price) to more than half the total cost of the sod.
Multiply the length by the width of the area in feet and divide this number by ten. This equals the approximate number of rolls needed. Try out our calculators below to get approximate sod rolls needed. We harvest in five roll increments (50 sq. ft.) with a minimum order being ten rolls.
Milberger's Turf Grass & Sod Price List
|VARIETY||FULL PALLET||1/2 PALLET|
|ST. AUGUSTINE RALEIGH||1.19 PER PIECE $145.00/pallet||$90.00|
|ST. AUGUSTINE FLORATAM||$160.00/pallet||$110.00|
|ST. AUGUSTINE PALMETTO||$160.00/pallet||$110.00|
A single roll of wallpaper will cover approximately 28 square feet (double roll will cover approximately 56 square feet).With all wallpaper projects because of cutting and trimming there tends to be some waste so to play it safe you should count on a single roll of wallpaper covering 25 square feet (double roll 50
Zenith® Zoysia Grass Sod. Zenith Zoysia is a great alternative to traditional lawn grasses. Its is bred to be cold, drought, and disease resistant which makes it work especially well from New York south into the Carolinas.
Start a Lawn with Plugs & Sprigs. Sprigs are thin 3- to 6-inch pieces of grass stems or runners without soil. Plugs are 2- to-4-inch chunks of sod, either round or square, with soil around their roots. Spring is the best time to plant sprigs and plugs.
Sod and Mulch
|Pallet Size||Price per pallet|
|Jamur Zoysia (like Meyer)||504 sq.ft.||$450|
A single pallet can cover up to 450 square feet of lawn. Pallets cost around $200 each, which equals out to less than $.50 per square foot, and some sellers offer discounted rates for shoppers who buy multiple pallets at once.
Our lawn grass, Poa pratensis is a C3 plant, though it is a perennial species. With more than 12,000 species, many very alike and many very different, we could discuss the varieties of grass indefinitely, but maybe that's enough for a start.
Most grass seed will take root and thrive in an area with full and hot sun.
- Tall Fescue. Tall Fescue. Tall fescue is a cool-season grass that does well in the hot, full sun.
- Bermuda Grass. Bermuda Grass.
- Buffalo Grass. Buffalo Grass.
- Zoysia. Zoysia.
Similar to Bermuda and St. Augustine it stays green all summer, but goes dormant in winter. This year I've decided to try my hand at overseeding my lawn with a cool season grass such as fescue, rye or bluegrass. These types of grasses will stay green throughout winter and well into spring.