Many Scientifically Proven Health Benefits to Adding Interior Foliage!


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Professionally maintained tropical plants strategically placed inside your facility can improve your bottom line and increase employee well-being.  The return on your investment is even greater when you consider that a plant lease with Guaranteed Green Interior Plantscaping LLC is 100% tax-deductible!  Here are the major fact-based benefits of adding a variety of lush tropical plants to your workplace:

Plants reduce indoor air pollution

The EPA estimates that indoor air pollution costs tens of billions of dollars per year in lost productivity and  medical costs.(*1)   Plants reduce indoor air pollution by  removing 70% – 95% of toxins from sources such as paint, carpeting, and copiers, as well as airborne molds, bacteria, and viruses, by 50%. (*2)

 Greenery improves productivity

In a multi-year study,(*3) employee absenteeism was reduced 60%  when plants were added to the workplace.  Worker productivity and employee reaction time have both been shown to  increase 12%.(*4)  Interior plantscapes can dramatically improve both the recruitment and retention of top employees.(*5) Tenant retention increased by 17%, when interior plantings were used.(*6) In addition, employees, clients, caregivers and guests are less stressed; have lower blood pressure; and reduced muscle tension with plants in their environment.(*7)   Patients also recover faster. (*8)

Plantscaping creates an image of success 

Lush tropical plants welcome clients and visitors to your reception area.  They add comfort and beauty to please staff and customers alike.(*9)  Properly placed greenery minimizes noise and increases privacy by absorbing sound.(*10)

Please take a moment and examine any current plants in your surroundings.  Are your plants always a healthy green, shiny, dust-free, pest-free and lush?  Is all soil covered by Spanish Moss or other attractive covering?  Is your greenery waterproofed, to prevent damage and unsightly water rings? Are your plants located in the most beneficial areas?  If you answered yes to all of these questions, then your plants look professionally maintained, and your image is impeccable.  If not, Guaranteed Green Interior Plantscaping LLC is the solution.

Start with a no-obligation proposal tailored for your facility!  Examine plantscaping recommendations that will instantly improve the look and feel of your office.

Thank you for considering this opportunity.  Please schedule a brief appointment so you can find out how easy it is to obtain these benefits.  I look forward to speaking with you!  Check my “Special Offers” page.

Reenie Davis Hale“The Plant Lady!”

(*Numerals relate to scientific reports listed below)

Benefits of Interior Plants References:
1 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Report  to Congress,  Indoor Air Quality in Public Buildings:Vols 1 and ll, 1988, EPA/00/6-88/009ab;  Fisk, William J. And Rosenfeld, Lawrence, Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA; Wood, Ronald, University of Syndey, Australia, 1999

2 Wolverton, B.C., NASA  research scientist, 1980, 1989, 1993, 1996, 1997.   (He has published more than 10 other scientific papers on the subject of interior plants purifying volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) and airborne molds, bacteria, and viruses inside buildings.)

3 Russell, Helen, Surrey University 2002; Fjeld, Tove, Agricultural University in Oslo, Norway, 1998 

4 Lohr, Virginia, Washington State University 1993; Ulrich, Roger S., Texas A&M University 1984 – 2002; Russell, Helen, Surrey University 2002 

5 Integra Realty Resources, New York, NY; Opinion Research Corporation International of Princeton, NJ

6 Evans, Michael, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Krome Communications, Inc. survey of  670 facility and corporate managers; The Human Resource Executive, April 2001 – Horsham, PA

7 Ulrich, Roger S., Texas A&M University, 1981, 1991; Nakamurai & Fujii, Faculty of Horticulture of Chiba University, Japan 1990, 43:177-183; Cooper-Marcus and Barnes, 1995, Whitehouse, 2001

8 Ulrich, Roger S., Texas A&M University, 2002; Pearson-Mims, Caroline, Washington State University

9 Stiles, J., 1995 PhD thesis at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England; Uzzell, David, University of Surrey, England

10 Costa, Peter, South Bank University of London, England; Russell, Helen, Surrey University, England
                                                                                                                                                                                                There are hundreds of other scientific research reports on the above-mentioned subjects conducted over the last 40 years, which is now accepted by the majority of the world scientific community.