Answer: 2 feet x 5 feet Explanation: Best size sod for what you need done. 
Hardscaping Plus 
Answer: Not sure Explanation: Depending on who you get it from depends on what you will get for size. Some come in rolls and some are squares. 
Dedicated Lawn Care, LLC 
Answer: 2 feet x 5 feet Explanation: 10 square feet 
S&M Landscaping 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 18 inches x 24 inches Explanation: sod sizes vary 
Cuttin Up In Acadiana LLC 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: JUST THE RIGTH SIZE. 
MR.GREEN ACRES 
Answer: 2 feet x 5 feet Explanation: Each sod piece is 2ftx5ft=10sq.ft. 
J.D Landscapes & Designs Ltd. 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Standard piece of sod is16x24 
ABPM, LLC 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: That's the Standard size, they can be purchased in larger sizes. For large commercial or residential projects. 
Land Tech Landscapes 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: 1 to be more properly stacked on pallets for transporting, and when staggered on a pallet, it is more accessible for watering and tending to. It also gives roots more space to spread out and bond with the ground 
RB Home Solutions 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Sod typically comes in rectangles or small rolls. This can vary per grower. 
Walkers Green, Inc 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: The size of a piece of sod is 16 inches by 24 inches 
Affordable Lawn and Landscaping 
Answer: 18 inches x 24 inches Explanation: This depends on the supplier, usually 1 piece of sod allows for coverage of 1 square yard. 
Premier Lawn Care 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Most sod is cut at the farm 
Pinnacle Landscape and Maintenance 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Standard sod is 16"x24" 
Lawn Rescue 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Sod is cut in eigths..it makes it easier to calculate coverage. 
Night Landscaping 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: sod is available for purchase by the piece, it is typically sold by the pallet. Each pallet is made up of about 170 pieces of sod or the equivalent of 50 square yards of sod. Sod is measured the same way flooring is, dividing a lawn into rectangles to obtain its squarefoot measurement 
Pasquale Landscaping Professional Service 
Answer: 18 inches x 24 inches Explanation: That's the standard size for sod 
Goins Landscaping 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: That's the standard square cut out to patch in, also comes in rolls as well 46 ft long. 
C and M Integrity Services 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 18 inches x 24 inches Explanation: That is the most common size we have seen. 
ProMatcher.com 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: This is a standard piece of sod. 
T&S Lawn Service 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Your local nursery may have a specific size that it sells, or it may vary throughout the seasons as they purchase from different suppliers. 
Selena's Landscape, design & Tree Service, LLC 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 2 feet x 6 feet Explanation: 12 
allplanters 
Answer: 2 feet x 6 feet Explanation: 18" wide 6' long in a small roll, goes out like a piece or carpet 
STOCKTON FARMS 
Answer: 2 feet x 5 feet Explanation: A roll of sod is usually 2 feet by 5 feet. 
3 Sticks Lawn Care 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Growers offer many different size sod cuts. From homeowner 16"x24" to large rolls of several hundred feet of sod. 
Anthem Landscape & Design, LLC 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Standardized sizing allows for efficient estimating, safe handling, and easy replacement. 
Honzo Landscape Company 
Answer: 2 feet x 5 feet Explanation: Turf grass sod is harvested as small rolls of 10 square feet 
Fidel Romero Landscape 

ProMatcher 
Answer: Not sure Explanation: Depends on the company cutting the grass 
Aguiar's Landscaping 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: It is how manufacture cut them to get best coverage 
T & A lawn care Svc 
Answer: 18 inches x 24 inches Explanation: I order by the yard but I believe it's that marked answer. 
Webster's Lawn care 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 2 feet x 6 feet Explanation: The standard size piece of sod is 2'x6' 
DG Lawnscaping 
Answer: 18 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Roughly. 
Custom Cuts Lawn Care 
Answer: 2 feet x 5 feet Explanation: average size is 2x5 making 10 square feet per roll 
CT Lawn & Landscape, INC. 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 2 feet x 4 feet Explanation: A piece of sod should be as close to a square yard which is 9 square feet. 
Graf Lawn Care 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Most common when its rolled 
White Oak Landscaping & Lawn Care, inc 
Answer: 18 inches x 24 inches Explanation: depending on the type of sod. 
border 2 border landscapes 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 2 feet x 6 feet Explanation: Typically 2x6 
American Dream Landscape, LLC 
Answer: Not sure Explanation: We offer 18" by 6' small roll sod and 42" widthe by 102' rolls. The small rolls are 1 square yard and the big rolls can run up to 40 square yards. 
EarthScapes of Liberty 
Answer: 2 feet x 4 feet Explanation: 8 square feet 
GLOBAL ADVANTAGE LANDSCAPING SERVICES, LLC 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Typically they are squares Are the same size rolls are much larger and a pallet of sod has always about 50 sq ft of waste 
D&M Landscape & Design 
Answer: 2 feet x 5 feet Explanation: This will always vary depending on the sod grower you purchase from but the average piece of sod is 2' by 5' 
The North Coast Environmental Group, Inc. 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: there is no industry standard. Sod farms each cut their product differently.you would need to confirm the size with the sod farm you are using 
Green Acres 

ProMatcher 
Answer: 2 feet x 6 feet Explanation: This is the usual size from the sod farm I frequent. 
Central Sealing & Property Care 
Answer: 2 feet x 6 feet Explanation: I get them in 2 x 6 rolls 
United Lawn Services 
Answer: 16 inches x 24 inches Explanation: Each individual piece is about 16" x 24". There are 171 pieces on each pallet roughly. 
E&R Lawn Care, LLC 