Rubber Mulch for Michigan


RUBBER MULCH FOR MICHIGAN

BUY RUBBER MULCH IN MICHIGAN

A Michigan garden can become riotous with flowers, fruits, vegetables, and perennials. Plenty of Michigan homes also feature landscaped yards. The state’s native plants and flowers, like the Columbine, Black Eyed Susan, Michigan Rose, and Butterfly Weed, are all brightly hued and mostly drought tolerant. But even the hardiest of flowers and plants can do with the help of the right kind of mulch - especially one that also requires very little maintenance and upkeep!

 

Rubber mulch can enhance any kind of garden, come rain or come shine. And yes, we deliver to Michigan!

 

Rubber Mulch proudly services and does bulk deliveries to the following Michigan cities:

 

• Detroit     • Ann Arbor     • Grand Rapids     • Clinton Township    • Warren

• Livonia     • Dearborn     • Sterling Heights     • Midland     • Waterford Township

 

Contact Us at 888-492-7529 for the fastest shipping and best quality rubber mulch in the Great State of Michigan.

 

From 1996 RubberMulch has manufactured top quality rubber surfacing products for military, commercial and residential markets all over Michigan. Pioneering the tire recycling industry, RubberMulch utilizes the most advanced technology and equipment to process scrap tires. All of our surfacing is manufactured on site, at our facility, which is monitored constantly to maintain the highest possible standard. When purchasing your surfacing at RubberMulch you receive the highest quality products for the most competitive prices. Add in superb service and solid reliability and RubberMulch.com holds the gold standard in the industry. All our products are proudly made in the USA.

MULCH PRICES FOR MICHIGAN:

BUY 1$679 PER PALLET
BUY 2$619 PER PALLET

SHIPPING COST

SHIPPING COST: FREE.
ESTIMATED TIME OF SHIPPING: 3-5 BUSINESS DAYS.

GARDENING IN MICHIGAN

Ideal plants (and when to plant them) Sow lettuce seeds indoors between June 3 and July 3. Frost-free growing season starts June 13 and ends Sep 1, totaling 80 days.