How Much Does Hauling Dirt Cost?

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Whether you need to haul dirt away from your location or to your location, it isn’t going to come free if you plan on hiring a professional.  The cost of hauling dirt will depend on the company you choose, the amount of dirt you need to have hauled, the distance traveled and your geographical location.

Dirt Pile Mountain by Tom Hilton, on Flickr
Dirt Pile Mountain” (CC BY 2.0) by Tom Hilton

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What are the extra costs?

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  • Bigger trucks that carry around 22 cubic yards of dirt can cost $700 to $900.
  • A truck that can carry up to 20 cubic yards of dirt charges anywhere from $175 to $395 depending on the amount of dirt placed on the actual truck.
  • Bigger trucks that carry around 22 cubic yards of dirt can cost $700 to $900.
  • A truck that can carry up to 20 cubic yards of dirt charges anywhere from $175 to $395 depending on the amount of dirt placed on the actual truck.

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Average Reported Cost: $7726.5

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How much did you spend?

Was it worth it?  

  1. Morris General Construction, Inc. (Fulton,  Mississippi) paid $14503 and said:

    We have 14,503 sq yard of dirt fill

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. Rich F (Malibu,  California) paid $950 and said:

    We had 16.45 cubic yards of dirt to be hauled away and it cost us $950. The dirt was from a remodel project because we added new footings in our foundation so it was 95% dirt and 5% concrete chunks.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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