Asked by: Meizhen Lochbaumhome and garden landscaping
How much is a truckload of beach sand?
Last Updated: 13th April, 2020
|Material||Cost per Cubic Yard||Delivery|
|Dirt||$5-$15||$150 flat rate for 10-13 cubic yards|
|Mulch||$15-$65||$150 flat rate for 10-13 cubic yards|
|Rock||$20-$120||$20-$120 per cubic yard|
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Similarly one may ask, how much is a truck load of beach sand?
|Prices as of 05-22-2019||PER BOBCAT SCOOP LOADED ONTO YOUR TRUCK OR TRAILER||15 CUBIC YARD TANDEM TRUCK|
|River Sand||$28.00||$430.00 – $480.00|
|Masonry Sand||$35.00||$620.00 – $680.00|
|M-10 Sand||$27.00||$460.00 – $500.00|
Likewise, how much area does a ton of sand cover? One cubic yard of sand covers approximately 120 to 150 square feet of area at a depth of 1 to 2 inches. A yard of sand weighs approximately 2,000 and 3,000 pounds, or about 1 1/2 tons. One ton of sand covers about 80 to 100 square feet.
Also, how much does it cost to have sand delivered?
$15 – $50 Sand Per Yard. The average cost to deliver fill dirt, topsoil, or sand is $150 to $600 per truckload for 10 to 15-yards, or $15 to $50 per yard.
How do you calculate how much sand I need?
To determine how much sand, topsoil or stone you need to fill an area:
- Measure number of square feet in the area.
- # of square feet x depth in feet = # of cubic feet.
- # of cubic feet /divided by 27 = # of cubic yards.
- # of cubic yards x (unit weight in pounds / 2000) = # of tons needed.