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The Benefits Of A Green, Healthy Lawn

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A green, healthy lawn is important.

For some reason, green healthy lawns make us feel good. But the benefits go well beyond just that.

Your lawn is a continuing source of oxygen and cool air, a cleansing answer to our environment and a source of beauty and comfort. Learn more about the many benefits of a green lawn in our latest blog!

Air to breathe - Turf grass absorbs sulfur dioxide, ozone, and other pollutants. 2500 square feet of lawn converts carbon dioxide and other gasses into enough oxygen to sustain a family of four!

Air Filtration - At 8 or 10 individual grass plants per square inch your lawn contains millions of little dust traps. As air circulates outside, turf grass traps and removes much of the dust and dirt circulating around your home.

Water Purification - Lawns act as filters, capturing and breaking down pollutants as rainwater passes through the root zone.

Lawns act as filters.

Erosion Control - Dense healthy grass is the best natural surface we have for trapping rainfall and reducing erosion. Very little runs off into street gutters and storm sewers.

Noise Reduction - A thick lawn absorbs noise better than heavy carpeting.

Soil Production - Your lawn continually makes soil by growing, dying off, decomposing, and redeveloping. Mulching clippings back to the soil aids the process.

Fun & Games - Grass gives us a safe, soft area to play for kids of all ages.

Added Value - A well maintained lawn and landscape enhances "curb appeal," adding 5 to 15% to a home's resale value. 

Mental Health - Health professionals state that people recover faster in hospital when given a "green" landscape view rather than seeing only other buildings.

You want your grass to be green, and so do we.

At Nutri-Lawn, we deliver on our promise to nourish your lawn to health, all while using the most organic and ecologically sustainable solutions possible.

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