The price of sod in British Columbia is between $0.50 cents per square foot to $0.75 per square foot plus delivery charges. There are cheaper sods available but not recommended for residential uses.
There are different varieties and qualities of sod in British Columbia but three primary grass seed choices that are used in the Pacific Northwest for residential applications:
Bentgrass is used for non residential uses such as golf course greens and bowling greens. Bentgrass sod is much more expensive than the regular residential lawn types.
Sod is grown mainly on two types of soil in British Columbia:
Sandy loam based sod is normally more expensive than clay based sod but installation is made much easier with the sand base. Clay based sod is good for reducing water requirements as clay retains moisture much better than sand. This may have a negative effect of limiting drainage through the sod layer and puddling or sogginess may occur in winter months in your lawn area. Sand based sod is normally used for residential purposes and clay based sod is used for commercial applications.
Most sod grown by a farm will be weed and pest free. The sod should be properly mowed and rolls should not fall apart after harvesting.
To get a quote for sod either delivered or picked up please use the following link:
How to get a price for sod
If you need a price for sod all you need to know is the size of your area. Use the link below to get pricing and order sod online anywhere in British Columbia.