Environmentally FriendlyLawns help reduce storm water run-off and control soil erosion. A lawn also assists with the decomposition of pollutants and helps restore soil quality.
Generates OxygenThe oxygen generated by grass has a major impact on making our environment habitable. A 50-foot by 50-foot lawn produces enough oxygen for a family of four to breathe for one year.
Natures FilterLawns trap and filter dust and smoke particles from the air and act as a filter for the air we breathe. This is especially important in urban areas where dust generated by cars and trucks can be trapped and washed down into the soil. Lawns also increases water infiltration and cleans the water as it passes through the grass so that underground water supplies are replenished for our use.
Erosion and Runoff ControlA lawns high shoot density and root mass stabilize surface soil, preventing erosion. Healthy grass has the ability to absorb and conserve water, filter water and prevent run-off. This is why grass is often used on slopes, roadsides, and around parking lots.
It's CoolLawns serve as a natural air conditioner. On a hot summer day, a lawns surface can be at least 30 degrees cooler than that of asphalt.
Safety NetWell-maintained grass areas serve as excellent sports surfaces. Grass helps to absorb physical impact and reduce injuries. As a playing surface, it is safer than artificial grass or bare soil.
Noise ReducerGrassy areas can decrease noise by eight to ten decibels. This is especially important in an urban location.