In honor of Lawn Care Month, we’re looking at the many benefits of having a large yard full of grass vs. cement, asphalt, or hardscaping.
It’s not hard to believe that grass is good for the environment and our health as it provides oxygen, absorption of rain – reducing run-off, and even traps dust particles. It’s no wonder that lawns are so important to North Americans not only as a status symbol of homeownership but also as a place to relax.
Here’s some facts about lawn and how much North Americans take care of their lawns.
These benefits of a full lawn are great to consider next time you’re thinking of removing it in favor of a hard surface.