Is there really a way to make sure your lawn is cut, looks good, and is done in a way that is beneficial to the environment? The answer is a resounding yes! Most people assume that their only option for lawn care is one that uses loud, gas powered equipment, and sprays harmful chemicals to kill weeds.
According to EPA statistics, gas-powered mowers contribute 5% of U.S. air pollution. Estimates indicate more than 17 million gallons of fuel, mostly gasoline, is spilled each year while refueling lawn equipment. That’s more than all the oil spilled by the Exxon Valdez in the Gulf of Alaska. In addition to air pollution, gas powered mowers and equipment are just plain loud and you can’t mistake the sound of a gas-powered backpack blower in your lawn or down the street. Most people will tell you that they love the smell of freshly cut grass. But have you ever noticed that the gasoline fumes from the lawn mower often overpower the fresh, clean smell of cut grass?
Clean Air Lawn Care solves all of those problems with our high quality, powerful, zero-emission, electric equipment and mowers that are significantly quieter than traditional, gas powered equipment. If you work from home or have a young child trying to nap, silence is truly golden. We even have solar panels on our trucks to recharge the equipment batteries throughout the work day.
Keeping your family and pets safe is a top priority for everyone, and that includes thinking about what goes on your lawn. After all, your kids and pets play, run, roll, and sit on your grass. Studies published in 2012 and 1991 found a significant link between lawn chemicals and cancer in dogs. In fact, dogs with malignant cancer were 70% more likely to be from homes where owners used man-made chemicals. Both studies concluded that the use of conventional lawn care chemicals are likely to increase the risk of Canine malignant lymphoma. In contrast, our organic fertilizers and soil builders are safe for kids, pets, wildlife and waterways.
What about weeds? The recent legal judgements against the makers of Roundup are not likely to be the last. No one likes weeds in their yard, but the chemicals being put down to kill them are much more harmful than the weeds are unsightly. Consider other methods such as hand pulling or using more environmentally friendly or non-toxic weed killers. A lawn with healthy, thriving turf will often out-compete the weeds, solving the weed problem from another angle.
If you have any questions or are interested in receiving a quote please visit us at www.cleanairlawncareatlanta.com. We’d love to help you have a healthy, safe, and great looking lawn.
Like the smell of fresh-cut grass? Us, too. That’s why we don’t mask it with gas fumes.
Most people will tell you that they love the smell of freshly cut grass. But have you ever noticed that the gasoline fumes from the lawn mower often overpower the fresh, clean smell of cut grass.
Some of the benefits of electric mowers are no fumes or emissions, much quieter than traditional gas powered equipment, just as powerful as gas engines.
Make your lawn safe for your family and pets today as well as keeping to soil healthy in case you or a future owner wanted to plant a vegetable garden. Contact local franchise owner, Bradley Burns at email@example.com.
AlpharettaMoms is proud to work with Clean Air Lawn Care and tell you about their services. We personally use Bradley with Clean Air Lawn Care Atlanta for our sustainable lawn care and love it – organic and pet friendly! Article provided by Clean Air Lawn Care. All opinions expressed by me are my own.