## How much is a yard of dirt?

Cost to Deliver Landscaping Fill

Material | Cost per Cubic Yard | Delivery |
---|---|---|

Topsoil | $12 – $55 | $15-$150 |

Dirt | $5 – $15 | $150 for 10 – 13 cubic yards |

Sand | $15 – $20 | $50 – $150 |

Mulch | $15 – $65 | $150 for 10-13 cubic yards |

## How much does 18 yards of dirt weigh?

Soil: Weighs about 2,200 pounds per cubic yard, depending on the moisture content. Sand, Gravel, Stone: Can tip the scales at upwards of 3,000 pounds per cubic yard.

**How much does 18 cubic yards of topsoil cost?**

In some areas of the US topsoil sells for about $12-$18 a cubic yard, with a delivery charge of $15-$60 depending on amount and distance (and delivery may be free with larger loads of 10 yards or more), for a total cost of $75-$150 for five yards, delivered.

### How much does a yard of dirt cover?

One cubic yard of soil covers 100 square feet at a 2 inch depth.

### How many pounds of dirt would be in a yard?

In general, a pure cubic yard of fill dirt will weigh somewhere between 2,000 to 2,700 pounds depending on moisture content and composition. When it comes to a pure cubic yard of topsoil dirt, it will weigh around 1,080 pounds.

**How do you calculate yard of dirt?**

Multiply the three dimensions together to find the number of cubic feet (0.5’ x 12’ x 12 = 72 cubic feet) Divide the cubic feet by the number of cubic feet in a cubic yard (27) to find the number of cubic yards (72 ÷ 27 = 2.67 cu. yd.). Therefore, you would need 2.67 cubic yards of dirt to fill the flower bed. Here’s…

## How many square feet in a yard of dirt?

1 Cubic Yard of dry Dirt is approximately 2,000 lbs. or one ton (this weight will increase significantly when product is wet). 1 Yard of Dirt will cover approximately 324 square feet at a 1 inch depth.

## How much dirt do I need to level my yard?

To determine how much soil you need for your low areas, plan for soil 1-inch deep; this is the most you should raise the level of the dirt in a year’s time, according to the Walter Reeves, Master Gardener website. For a depth of 1 inch, the basic requirement for topsoil is 3 cubic yards, or 81 cubic feet, for every 1,000 square feet of yard.