We offer multiple Lawn Care Services in Livonia and Redford Michigan as part of our Member Exclusive program.
26350 Grand River Ave. Redford, MI 48240
Mon-Fri: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

The beginning of a great looking yard, regardless of whether we're talking about the backyard or the front yard, starts with structure. We believe in using only the highest quality materials available on the market and our best workmanship, we will build something that is guaranteed to last. We will work closely with you to ensure that we clearly understand your goals.


Our landscape division has many years of experience in all phases of landscaping and our customer focused approach makes the landscape experience just that, an experience. We want our customers to be there from the moment we get to the job until the end of the job so that they can have as much input as they wish.


We understand that your property is a big investment and we want our customers to know that we are there for them to help them accomplish the dreams that they may have for there property. From new construction landscaping to existing landscapes that need a facelift, our professional staff helps.





Mulch is very important to a healthy lawn and garden!


Mulch is a layer of organic material like leaves, aged wood chips, compost or grass clippings that you spread in spring or fall around your plants. Its important to not exceed more than three inches of mulch in your landscaping beds and keep mulch about an inch away from stems and tree trunks. Mulch stabilizes soil temperature, prevents weeds, feeds the soil for healthier plants and helps to conserve water. And it recycles itself!


Mulch improves your:

 Flower beds and vegetable gardens: By using one to three inches of shredded leaves, compost or grass clippings that have not been treated with pesticides.

 Trees, shrubs and woody perennials:  Use two to three inches of woody mulches, like shredded tree bark or aged wood chips. Shredded fall leaves also work well. Be sure to keep mulches an inch away from plant stems or trunks to prevent rot.

 Lawns: Mulch your lawn? Yes, you can “grass-cycle” (leave the clippings on the lawn when mowing). The clippings quickly decompose and release valuable nutrients back into the soil to feed the grass, reducing the need for nitrogen by 25 to 50 percent. At Grass Bandits Lawn Service we include grass-cycling with your weekly lawn cutting visit.


We can provide/landscape your yard and gardens with many different types of Mulches, Garden Stones, Flower Bed Fills. In multiple colors and styles.

If you have pets it is recommended that you DO NOT USE COCOA-SHELL TYPE MULCH, as this can be poisonous to animals.

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