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Creating a Healthier Tomorrow ::

Did you know that plants clean the air by exchanging fresh oxygen for stale carbon dioxide? The veneer of your desk, a box of tissue, the paneling on your wall and even the carpet you walk on are all sources of noxious gases that can cause headaches, nausea and long-tern illness.

NASA studies prove that indoor plants can be a part of a cost-effective solution to indoor air pollution.
Dr. B.C. Wolverton, the scientist who directed the NASA investigation of living plants' effectiveness in cleaning indoor air stated, "Plants should not be considered a total solution for indoor air quality problems, but should be recognized as part of the solution." He went on to say, "If you put plants in buildings, will it help improve air quality? We say, from our tests, Yes indeed. The more foliage, the healthier the environment is going to be."

According to Green Plants for Green Buildings, plants have been shown to reduce absenteeism, reduce stress, increase productivity, and increase employee and customer satisfaction.

Some Like It Green can help transform your home or office into a healthier environment! Contact us today to schedule a free design consultation with one of our qualified design experts.





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