- Oxygen - 25 square feet of healthy lawn produces enough oxygen to sustain one person each day.
- Temperature - In summer, a healthy lawn can have a cooling effect of two to three whole degrees.
- Pollution - A lawn absorbs gasseous pollutants, such as carbon dioxide, and traps dust and dirt from the air.
- Fire Retardation - A healthy lawn, when maintained properly, helps prevent fire from spreading to homes and outbuildings.
- Water Quality - The lawn's layers of thatch and roots act to prevent soil erosion and to filter contaminants from water runoff.
- Noise Reduction - A thick, lush lawn absorbs loud noises from vehicles, equipment, and environmental activity.
- Aesthetically - Having a lush healthy lawn gives a home curb appeal, and increases property value 5 - 15%. It also makes for a beautiful backdrop for celebrations,
get-togethers, or even just relaxing.