Grass: Your Yard's Multi-Tasker
Lawns do much more than look pretty and grow. Properly chosen and maintained, a lawn contributes to the quality of our life. Unlike gravel, concrete, asphalt, or bare dirt, a lawn helps cool the surrounding area. Your lawn also helps reduce noise, air, and water pollution. Just as useful, it provides excellent dust control. Well-established turf areas with their extensive root systems will help to control soil erosion. Your lawn does all that wonderful work while providing you and your family a soft, gentle place to play and relax. It only takes a few simple steps to help your lawns perform at its best.