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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by imowall, Mar 3, 2010.
Need help on a large sod job. approx 51,400 square ft ( 86 pallets).
Sod + labor...$15,500
If you are going to prep the site free of debris and include fert/soil conditioner our price would be 25800 for rhizome forming fescue. If the site is already prepared for sod our price would be 15000.
I wish I would have known that formula a long time ago!
Wow, 15k is cheap.
i agree!. I could do just the install for around that price if the lawn is prepped and ready. But for a removal, prep, and install, price would be closer to $25k.
close to $25k. thts alot of humping sod. no way would i do tht for $15k
also depends wht type of grass. how many sqft are on a pallet?
Around here sod costs at least 50 cents a square foot. usually charge 1.25- 1.50 to prep and sod. So....prob $50-$75k, but that would change depending on sod prices, etc. by you.
That is alot of sod to move around. Anytime I get a big job like that, I will always call Western Sod here in Az and have them do it and I mark the price up 15%. Never fails. If anything happens they warranty the sod so I dont have to even show up to the job site. I make 15% and didnt do a thing.
Drive to Hope NJ dude probably about 1 1/2 hours from u. 21 cents a square foot best sod in the world. Liberty, Imperial plenty there. Do a google search.