Plantability : Rockhampton Commercial Landscaping and Indoor Plant Hire
19 Werribee St, Kawana Q 4701 (07) 4927 7999
Office plants can improve the air quality in your office, as well as indirectly increase job performance and job satisfaction by improving mental health.
Jocelyn draws upon her experience and creative flair to turn your office into a beautiful and welcoming working environment.
Additionally, the plants are regularly looked after by the Hire Team so that you can conduct business as usual.
Do your workers often complain about or exhibit the following;
This is just the common cold you say, these are usual symptoms of many different conditions… but when your employees leave the office or building they experience relief and an improvement in these symptoms. If this is true to your case they might have Sick Building Syndrome, or SBS. SBS can appear as the cold or flu, affecting your skin, respiratory and neurological systems and it’s thought to be caused by being inside a building or other enclosed space such as an office. But why doesn’t it happen in all enclosed spaces you ask, it’s due to poor indoor air quality.
What is one way you can treat/relieve your workers place of these attributes? The answer is simple… PLANTS.
Plants produce oxygen and purify the air. They are great at removing VOC’s (Volatile Organic Chemicals). It has been reported that having plants in a building/office space can decrease headaches by 30%, fatigue by 20% and coughs by 40%. For a very minmal outlay adding plants to your space you can help your office/office workers become healthier and more productive.
If that wasn’t good enough it’s also proven that there are also pyschological improvements. Plants make people happy.
A experiment by NASA, published in 1989, conducted by Bill Wolverton found that indoor plants clean the air of harmful VOC’s (Volatile Organic Chemicals). That the bigger and leafier the plant the better. They went so far as to prove that micro-organisms in the soil of potted plants also play a part in purifying air. From his studies Bill Wolverton came to recommend that there be at least a minimum of 2 good sized plants per 100 square feet.