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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by EPIC, Mar 21, 2006.
im in st petersburg tampa florida area i can get it for $56 a pallet
How Many Sq Feet On The Pallet 400/500 Sq
the pallet is 500 sqft
That price is awful low, have you bought from this supplier yet? The quality of turf you are looking to purchase may be grade F. I always get mine from Florida Turf for around 125/pallet delivered. They always have very good sod straight from the farm. The pallets are heaping full as well.
To install is depends, what kind of preparation is required? I.E. sod cutter, tilling, raking? I you are just dropping the new stuff down then 150/pallet.
My Friends Brother Owns A Sod Company And I Dont Mean The Guys You Buy From I Mean That I Can Get It From The Guys That They Get It From
Whats Up With All The Crazy Caps Capital Letters Thats Been Going On Lately? 150 sounds reasonable.
OOOk, you are getting it straight from the farm then. Make sure that price is delivered. Delivery may get pricey if comming from pasco or the middle of the state to st. pete. Laying sod is a PITA...
$77-$80 is going rate here for a pallet of sod and laying it.
the sod itself is $60-$65
Thats cheap to lay, 3 counties north guys are charging 250 to 300 to lay a pallet.
If all I have to do is lay the sod, then 125.00.
If I have to take up old sod plus lay the new stuff, then $1.05/sq ft.