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How Much Does Topsoil Cost?

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The average cost of topsoil delivery is $47.23 per yard for a basic screened topsoil (includes local delivery). However, the cost can range from $42-52 per cubic yard depending on your geographic location and a number of other factors. Use the checklist below to discover approximately how much your delivery will cost.

1. What kind of soil do you need? There are many varieties of soil available. However, the quality of each one can vary depending on your geographic location. In terms of cost: an unscreened topsoil is typically very affordable, but it will contain rocks and sticks. A screened topsoil will come at a slightly higher price point, but it won’t contain rocks and other debris.

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2. How much topsoil do you need? If you only need a small amount of topsoil, it might make sense to buy it in bags from a local garden center or home improvement stove. If you have a big project, it will be more affordable to order soil by the truckload. These bulk deliveries are typically priced by the cubic yard. The more material you need, the more you should expect to pay.

3. Where do you live? Material costs vary from coast to coast. If topsoil is readily available in your area, the cost may be lower than the national average. If you live in a major city where soil needs to be trucked in, this may increase the cost per cubic yard for soil. For more information about the cost near you, check out our cost report.

4. Do you need help landscaping? A soil delivery service will haul the material to your home or business and leave it on your lawn or driveway. However, if you need help spreading the soil or creating garden beds, you may need to hire a separate landscaping company. Landscape design and installation services will come at an additional cost.

5. How far does the soil need to be delivered? Local delivery, within a five or ten mile radius, is often included in the cost of the material. However, many companies may charge a separate delivery fee for longer deliveries. Make sure to find out exactly what the additional expense will be before ordering to avoid any surprise costs.

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