When it comes to purchasing new lawns for your home, you should be able to do so for as little as $20 per square foot, according to a new report.
According to the report, the number of square feet per lawn per year is rising and the average price per square yard has dropped by more than $20 since 2014.
That means a new lawn for $200,000 could now cost less than $10,000 per square feet.
The report is based on data from the Association of Lawn Makers, which collects and distributes lawn maintenance data for the public.
According to the group, the average lawn maintenance fee is $6.83 per square-foot, down from $7.21 per squarefoot in 2014.
This means a typical lawn with a 4-foot diameter will cost less in 2018 than it did in 2014, according the association.
The association also found that lawns that use a combination of landscaping and fertilizers are also less expensive than lawns without any fertilizers.
A $20 average cost per square of lawn per month is $12 less than a $20 one.
The group noted that while lawn maintenance is still relatively expensive in most states, there is a huge incentive for people to pay for the services, especially in areas where lawns are less expensive.
For example, in the Northeast and Midwest, the annual average lawn-maintenance fee is about $10 per square meter, the report said.
This compares to $8.75 in the South, which includes Florida, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
In Florida, lawn maintenance fees average $9.99 per square, while in the Southeast, lawn-maintains average about $15 per square.
The report said the average cost for a full-time lawn maintenance job in the Mid-Atlantic region was $60,000 in 2018.
This year, lawns in the West and Midwest are getting pricier.
Lawns in Florida, for example, are expected to average $18.89 per square inch, compared to $15.98 in 2018, according a recent survey from the National Association of Home Builders.
The average cost of a full year of lawn maintenance was $50,000.
For more information, visit the Association’s website.