What is the frost line in New Jersey?

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The frost line is also called the frost depth or freezing depth. It refers to the depth to which the groundwater in soil is expected to freeze. It ranges in the United States from about zero to six feet. To find the frost line depth for your area you can look at an Air Freezing index. Frost line depth for New Jersey is between 36 and 42'.
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To find the frost line depth for your area you can look at an Air Freezing index. At the following site you will be able to locate the frost line depth by city:
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We are nearly on the same latitude so I am guessing 20 inches.
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