# How much is the average for this?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Varsity L&G, Oct 13, 2005.

1. ### Varsity L&GLawnSite Senior Memberfrom Greenville, SCMessages: 418

How do you figure out the Sq' of this property?

It is Flat!

You guys are smart so thought I would ask here.

2. ### topsitesLawnSite Fanaticfrom Richmond VirginiaMessages: 21,653

LOL I always walk around the yard itself and I can tell by looking at it, I'd guess that one's around 10 thousand square feet but it's hard to tell exactly from a picture and no I don't do math, too easy to make a crucial mistake, looks never fail.

Oh h3ll ok humus me ok fine I do the math:
((127 + 131) / 2) x ((62 + 39 + 54) / 2) = ~9,995+

man i'm badazz i know i dun need to do math no more.

3. ### Varsity L&GLawnSite Senior Memberfrom Greenville, SCMessages: 418

I say 30\$ weekly 35\$ bi weekly.

4. ### Varsity L&GLawnSite Senior Memberfrom Greenville, SCMessages: 418

OK so now I get it. Took me some looking. Glad you posted that. Helped allot.

SO lets see if I get it.

Add both sides and divide by 2 to get the average of one then multiply times the other sides and there you have the Sq'

This guy in the above house is going to help custom build the flat bed on my mazda truck in exchange for doing his yard part of next year.

5. ### JKOOPERSLawnSite Bronze Memberfrom O'Fallon, Mo.Messages: 1,259

that looks like there is about 6500 sq ft of turf max. imo

6. ### BrianslawnLawnSite Silver MemberMessages: 2,004

\$50 week. \$60 bi weekly

7. ### ProLawnsLawnSite Senior Memberfrom Virginia Beach, Va.Messages: 476

It's between 9 and 10 thousand square feet. I would give an estimate for 10.

8. ### RyanDLawnSite Memberfrom Kansas City MOMessages: 178

(127 x 54.6) + [(39 x 130.7) / 2] = 9482.9 sq ft

9. ### CutNLawnsLawnSite Memberfrom SW IL./St. Louis AreaMessages: 184

You guy do your estimates on total Sq. Ft including the house? Do you do fert and aerations the same way? Just curious.

10. ### MarcSmithLawnSite Fanaticfrom Washington DCMessages: 7,157

That a nice overhead view with the prop lines. is that a national databsae or some local county program that provides that image.

I can do the google earth thing and get a pic as well, but with no prop lines...