NASA research has proven that common indoor plants
clean the air we breathe by exchanging fresh oxygen
for stale carbon dioxide. Various plants actually
utilize potent indoor toxins by filtering them out though
the plant's leaf, root and micro organic systems.
About two medium-size plants are able to improve
the air quality per 100 square feet. Plants can be
the solution to common health issues that are
apparent in interior environments.
Plants offer a means to decrease stress while enhancing productivity by twelve percent.
Interior plants lower O&M (Operations and Maintenance) costs while contributing to "Green Building" design considerations.
Plants in the workplace attract, retain and enhance attitude of today's selective employee.
The dramatic aesthetic value inherent in interior landscaping has continued to be the number one return on interior plant investments.
It's finally possible to have an energy efficient building without "Sick Building Syndrome."
Plants help with bottom line savings on mounting sick leave expenses.
Plants help reduce distractions due to office noise.
Plants remove airborne contaminants and can help fight colds and headaches.
Plants can improve your mental health and happiness by reducing stress and drowsiness.
Plants can reduce blood pressure, prevent allergies, and negate cigarette smoke.
Plants are natural humidifiers, can clear congestion, and provide clean air.