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How many feet is a roll of sod?
Typically, a roll of sod is 18" x 36". Two rolls of sod is about one square yard. One square yard of sod is about 9 square feet. Therefore, your roll of sod is approximately 4.5 square feet (you can also get that by multiplying 36" - 3 feet x 18" - 1.5 feet).
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2' x 4.5', 16"x81", or 2'x5'. The harvester regulates the width as it is fixed and varies between manufacturer but the length is regulated by the farmer or operator.
1 yard is 9 sq ft, so it would be 4950.
Typically a roll is 24" x 60" (10sqft)
500 sq ft. In our area it 600 sq ft. Call your supplier to find out.
From the info I have from a sod supplier: each roll is 10sqft, there are 70 rolls on a pallet, so covers 700sqft
70 square yards
2 feet by 5 feet
Sod rolls are 2 feet wide by 5 feet long. Each roll covers 10 square feet.. A full skid of sod contains 75 rolls.. Multiply, length in feet times width in feet divided by 10… = number of rolls required.
In order to determine how many rolls of sod you'd need, you willneed to know the measurements for the area you're trying to cover.In most cases, 5 rolls of sod will cover up t…o 50 square feet ofarea.
It usually ends up being 450-500 sq ft. coverage with just one pallet
Tt depends on the amount of sod on the pallet. If it holds 50 yards, then 450 sf; if it 63 yards, then 567 sf.
400 square feet
Sod is not always available at Lowes and can't be purchased online.You'll need to visit a Lowe's store to see their current selectionand prices.
It depends on the company you are ordering from. I am unsure what the average is. Most likely take the square feet that would fit on the pallet laying flat and then multiply i…t by the height.
You'll need 144/9 = 16 rolls