I am getting ready to sod my lawn, what is the best way to determine the square feet of my lawn?

I am getting ready to sod my lawn, what is the best way to determine the square feet of my lawn?

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Answer #1 · Chason Arthur's Answer ·

All you have to do is multiply the length of your lawn by the width. If you have several areas of lawn that are separated, determine the square feet of each area and then add all the square feet for each area to determine total square feet. If your lawn is circular in shape, use the following calculation to determine total square feet:

Start by multiplying the length of the radius of the circle by itself. (The radius of a circle is the distance from the center of the circle to the outside edge of the circle.) For example, if the diameter of a circle is 20' across, the radius of a circle is 10'.

After multiplying the radius of a circle by itself, multiply that total figure by 3.14. For example, if you determine that the radius of a circle is 10' the equation would look like this:

10' x 10' = 100', then 100' x 3.14 = 314 total square feet

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All you have to do is multiply the length of your lawn by the width. If you have several areas of lawn that are separated, determine the square feet of each area and then add all the square feet for each area to determine total square feet. If your lawn is circular in shape, use the following calculation to determine total square feet:

Start by multiplying the length of the radius of the circle by itself. (The radius of a circle is the distance from the center of the circle to the outside edge of the circle.) For example, if the diameter of a circle is 20' across, the radius of a circle is 10'.

After multiplying the radius of a circle by itself, multiply that total figure by 3.14. For example, if you determine that the radius of a circle is 10' the equation would look like this:

10' x 10' = 100', then 100' x 3.14 = 314 total square feet

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