The frost line depth varies by geographical location, but frost lines in the contiguous United States range from 6 inches to 6 feet. Local government building officials can provide the frost line depth in a specific loca... More »

The frost line depth for most of Michigan is 42 inches. This is the depth at which groundwater present in the soil freezes. Though this is the standard depth, other factors play a part in determining the frost depth for ... More »

The frost line in Indiana is the depth that groundwater in the soil freezes during the winter. The frost line depth in Indiana ranges from 30 to 60 inches, with 30 inches being the frost line depth in the southern part o... More »

The average frost line depth in New York City is 36 inches. The frost line is the average depth in which the ground water in soil usually freezes. This is also referred to as "frost depth" or "freezing depth." More »

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A frost line depth chart is a map or graphical representation that indicates the depth at which water in the ground freezes, or the depth to which ice or frost penetrates the soil in a location. Governments and engineers... More »

The average depth of the frost line in Iowa is 58 inches. In the northern part of the state, the frost line can be up to 70 inches deep, while in the southern part the line may be less than 40 inches deep. More »

The average frost line depth in southern Pennsylvania is 36 inches. The frost line (also referred to as frost depth or freezing depth) is the average depth in which the ground water in soil usually freezes. More »