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How Does Plant Leasing Work?

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More businesses than ever are looking to plant leasing, and with good reason. Hiring a plant-care specialist is the best way to know that you are receiving professional services from someone with proven experience. In an office or other business setting, plants aren’t just beautiful. The right kind of plants will help filter impurities from the air. NASA tests have shown, for example, that 15-20 spider plants or golden pothos plants can clean and refresh the air in a space of up to 1,800 square feet. Treating your employees and clients to clean, fresh air leads to increased focus and productivity, and generally makes your business or office a more pleasant place to be.

So why lease? For starters, most of us are not trained horticulturists. A horticulture specialist will know what plants are best for your particular environment. They can tell you which plants must have a south or west facing window, which shouldn’t be around air conditioning, or which plants are best to combat any particular pollutants or small airborne contaminates like ozone from copy machines, or benzene from carpets or building materials. Consulting with plant leasing professionals will help ensure that you get the most out of your investment, and are pleased with the results.

Plant leasing doesn’t just involve choosing plants. A reputable plant leasing company will guarantee customer satisfaction. They will regularly come in and care for your plants, and respond quickly to any issues that should arise. Plant leasing also allows you to bring in new, seasonal, more, or less plants than you started with – all without hassle or guess work. Taking care of plants requires specialized skill, the sort that only comes from years of diligent study and experience. While many of us can manage to keep a houseplant alive, tending to interior plant-scapes should not be an afterthought. Like people, plants are at their best when their needs are being met and they are well cared for.

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    Learn more on the reasons to lease (rent) vs. buy (own) your plants.


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