Lawn care is not just a vanity project: a healthy lawn is important to the greater environment. People benefit from healthy grasses, trees, and shrubs, and believe it or not, lawn care can make a big difference for you and the ones you love.
everybody loves your lawn
When your lawn is in good shape, your family has a quality outdoor space to use and enjoy, increasing your quality of life. That same lush lawn improves your property value and the value of your neighborhood.
A healthy lawn that is well maintained also offers benefits to the environment. A nice lawn with a deep root system provides erosion and runoff control and water purification, meaning that water seeping into the subsurface groundwater is cleaner and healthier. Lawns trap more than 12 million tons of particulate matter (dust, soil, and other unpleasantness), making it easier for people to breathe, even in crowded urban environments. Grass can also cool your yard, making it easier to keep your air conditioning bills down during the hot summer. At the same time, your yard is an oxygen factory, breathing in and sequestering carbon while releasing clean oxygen—enough for a family of four every day if you have at least 50 x 50 ft of green.