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Why indoor plant hire? Because indoor plants improve your bottom line.
Installing plants in your office interiors provides benefits far beyond creating a beautiful environment for your staff and customers – numerous scientific studies have confirmed more greenery in the workplace results in triple bottom line benefits – for your staff, profits and the environment.
Some benefits of indoor plants are:
Improved air quality
Increased staff Productivity
Improved sense of wellbeing
Reduced feelings of Stress & Negativity
Reduced incidence of sick leave & rates of absence
Reduce the use of Energy
Living plants have significant health benefits.
Indoor plants clean indoor air
Why do indoor plants provide so many benefits? You’ll be surprised to learn that indoor air is often more polluted than outdoor air. Indoor potted plants are an important aspect when wanting to improve air quality in the office. This is because interior plants are natural air purifiers, removing air pollutants and regulating humidity that can be ample in a windowless environment. The plants work to absorb carbon dioxide in the air inside the office then release oxygen for a cleaner environment. Not only do office plants release oxygen, it also aids in removing harmful toxins called Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from the air. These VOCs are caused by plastics, carpets, paints, cleaning agents, computers and furniture and can be more harmful in a room with poor ventilation and no indoor plants. These toxins and excessive carbon dioxide in an office environment has been connected to drowsiness and lowered concentration. Numerous studies have shown that indoor plants significantly reduce these air toxins and improve indoor air quality long term.
By trusting Prestigious Plantscapes with your office or commercial indoor plant hire, you can be guaranteed high quality clean air always.
Proven scientific psychological benefits of indoor plants
Humans have evolved for thousands of years in the natural world surrounded by green terrain, for that reason we are naturally inclined to feel better when we are surrounded by plants, trees and grass. In today’s urban world, a typical week sees us spending up to 90% of our time indoors, most of the population suffer from a phenomenon called ‘green deprivation’. A recent University of Technology Sydney Office Study* found that indoor plants led to an increase in staff productivity of up to 10%, and a reduction in incidences of illness and absences: Sick-leave reduced by 60% Coughing & wheezing reduced by 35% Dry eyes, nose, throat reduced by 20% Perceptions of pain reduced by 25%
*UTS Office Study, Dr Fraser Torpy, Faculty of Science, Plant and Indoor Environmental Quality Research Group