3 More Plants that Improve Air Quality

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We at EnviroGreen Boston are air quality experts. Through air duct cleaning, dryer vent cleaning, and attic and crawl space cleaning, we strive to make your home’s air as clean and healthy as possible. That’s why back in July we spoke about five indoor house plants that improve air quality. Now, let’s take a look at three more plants that improve air quality, according to Dr. Oz:

1. Gerbera daisy

The beautiful, flowering daisy is known to remove trichloroethylene from air. This pollutant commonly comes from dry cleaning. Therefore, you might want to place one of these pretty plants in your bedroom.

2. Chrysanthemum

Mums produce gorgeous flowers, but don’t be fooled — they do more than just brighten up a gloomy fall day. This plant filters benzene out of the air. Benzene is a pollutant found in glue and paint. Place the chrysanthemum anywhere you work with these materials.


3. Bamboo

One of the best things about bamboo plants is that they can grow in shady spaces. This powerful houseplant removes both benzene and trichloroethylene! Plus, bamboo can help eliminate formaldehyde.

EnviroGreen Boston offers services of all types to ensure that your home or office has the best air quality possible. For more information, please give us a call at 1-844-775-7700 or visit us on the web at www.EnviroGreenMA.com.

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