reducing pollution, one lawn at a time

Fresh Air Lawn Care’s First Mow Free Program

Our customers are eligible to receive their first mow, edge, trim, and blow free each year with the signing of a single season contract. If you decide that you are unable to sign a contract at the time of your first mow you will be billed only for the mow, edge, trim, and blow in the amount of the estimate given prior to the commencement of the work. Customers who sign a one season contract will NOT be billed for the first mow, edge, trim, and blow.

This offer allows new customers to experience the quality, quietness, and green benefits of Fresh Air Lawn Care and shows our appreciation to our returning customers with a free mow, edge, trim, and blow annually. If you have any questions about this offer, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Air Pollution

Reducing Air Pollution
Fresh Air Lawn Care is committed to reducing the air pollution caused by gas powered lawn equipment. By using battery power Fresh Air Lawn Care, is reducing local air pollution. Significant studies comparing gasoline to electric mowers have concluded that replacing gasoline with electric or battery powered mowers results in a 99% reduction in carbon monoxide and other air poisons. These poisons cause smog, haze, and other air problems in the Treasure Valley.

Fresh Air Lawn Care’s emission reducing equipment is great for businesses who do not want their customers exposed to harmful emissions during operating hours. Your customers will thank you for not exposing them to smoggy, polluting gas powered lawn equipment.

Air pollutants cause harm to individuals’ respiratory and cardiovascular systems especially among children and the elderly. Many air pollutants contribute to serious diseases such as cancer and asthma. Help to directly reduce Treasure Valley air pollution by switching to Fresh Air Lawn Care today!

Water Use and Pollution

Reducing Water Pollution
Fresh Air Lawn Care uses only organic fertilizers that reduce water pollution from runoff protecting our local water supply. We do not use nitrogen and potassium fertilizers that are then washed into streams and contaminate water supplies. Nitrogen fertilizers feed algae beyond natural levels, disturbing the balance of water life. These over grown algae then release toxins, and deplete the supply of oxygen, harming fish and other water life. Fertilizer runoff is a significant contributor to water pollution, fish population decimation, and other water related problems.

Fresh Air Lawn Care’s Water Conservation Solutions
Fresh Air Lawn Care also promotes water conservation through its sprinkler and landscaping solutions that help you to use less water while keeping your lawn looking beautiful. Water conservation is the most cost-effective and environmentally sound way to reduce our demand for water. This stretches our supplies farther and protects our precious local water supply. Here are some of the ways that we can help you reduce your lawn related water use:

Fresh Air Lawn Care can also help you to greatly reduce the amount of water used for shrubs, beds, and lawns by:

Everyone knows when the neighbors are mowing their lawns with gas powered equipment. With Fresh Air Lawn Care you will not have to contend with the noise pollution of loud lawn grooming. Your neighbors and the environment will thank you.

Fresh Air Lawn Care’s quieter equipment is great for businesses who do not want their customers exposed to loud noises during operating hours. We can help reduce the inconvenience of noisy lawn care. Your customers will thank you for not exposing them to loud, polluting gas powered lawn equipment.

Noise Pollution

Oil Dependence

Reducing Dependence on Oil and Fossil Fuels
oilspillThe attainment and use of oil and fossil fuels to power lawn equipment greatly contributes to our nation’s dependence on oil. Oil drilling has resulted in many environmental catastrophes such as the BP Gulf oil spill that dumped approximately 60,000 barrels of oil a day into the ocean. Moving away from dependence upon oil as
a source for fuel is a crucial component of a sustainable future.

For more information visit the Department of Environmental Quality’s website at