More than 30 million acres of lawns exist in the United States
A healthy lawn is of utmost importance to our environment. A 50-foot by 50-foot lawn produces enough oxygen for a family of four.
Lawns cool the atmosphere. Eight healthy front lawns have the cooling effect of 70 tons of air conditioning, which is enough for 16 average homes.
Dense, healthy grass slows water runoff, removing contaminants and trapping soil. Fresh, filtered water returns to the underground water supply.
Grass converts carbon dioxide to oxygen, a process that helps clear the air
Well-cared-for lawns can significantly increase your clients’ property value.
In addition to its positive environmental impacts, a healthy lawn can also make a home more marketable, and in this tough housing market, a well-cared-for lawn can make or break a sale.
Well-maintained lawns and landscapes can add up to 15 percent to a property’s value.
Did you know that a dense, healthy turf is an environmental hero?