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The Vine Newsletter - September

Greater HOUSTON Area, 

In high demand and launched again! True Vines, Inc. monthly newsletter. Let's stay connected! Here we'll be bringing you the hottest new trends in the interior landscaper world, True Vines' latest installations, arrangements, updates, tips, tricks and visually stimulating content to GREEN your feed! 


Introducing a NEW and exciting type of modular Wall System/ Room Dividers. This unique biophilic system is easy to install and is used to temporarily divide spaces to create appropriate distance. The materials can include moss, stone, tree branch slices, up-cycled tree bark, live and replica plants. These dividers can be single or double-sided and the frames are lightweight. There are infinite design possibilities using beautiful, sustainable, and natural materials. 

Please contact us with any questions you have! If you'd like one of these systems, contact one of our award-winning Creative Designers. We're available for a consultation and can have a proposed design customized to your space!


Have you looked into sanitization services for your office?


When using these services make sure to caution the technician coming into the space not to spray on top of your beautiful plants. These chemicals are hazardous and toxic to the plants well-being. The chemicals used will yellow out and burn your live plant's leaves. 

The end result could be a costly replacement or worse a plant dying from toxic chemicals. 

♻️ Plants remove toxins from air – upto 87% of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) every 24 hours, according to NASA research. Providing cleaner air and fresh oxygen for us to breathe!

Our plants take CARE of us so let's take CARE of them! 


The Quality of Your Environment 

The environment directly affects health status and plays a major role in quality of life. Poor air quality is linked to premature death, cancer, and long-term damage to respiratory and cardiovascular systems. 

  1. Indoor Plants to Freshen the Air - Plants are nature’s natural air filters. Buying a few indoor plants can do wonders to improve the indoor air quality in your space, while enhancing your décor. Small plants like ferns and lilies (which bloom indoors) and larger palm trees are the best options to pull contaminants out of the air.

  2. Change Your AC Filter - Air-conditioning systems are always working to give your home that perfect temperature all year round. But while they’re cycling through all that air, they’re filtering out some of those common air pollutants. Eventually, their air filters fill up and stop doing their job. Not only does that cause trouble for your indoor air quality, it also wears down your AC system, which can lead to costly repairs down the road. So, be sure to change your AC filters regularly, or get an air conditioning service plan which normally includes a filter change – especially if you are allergy-prone or live in a metropolitan area with high levels of pollution.

  3. Air Purifiers - Essentially work by sanitizing the air, which may include pollutants, allergens, and toxins. Air purifiers likely won’t remove or neutralize all aggravating particles in your home, but have need shown to remove allergens, mold, smoke, & indoor toxins from cleaning products, personal care products, and more.

  4. Humidifier - A humidifier adds moisture to the air. The increased humidity can relieve dry skin and eyes, allergy and asthma symptoms, and sore throat, so you feel more comfortable in your space. Most humidifiers come with filters that also trap allergens, dirt, dust, and other particles.

  5. Keep Floors Clean - Allergens can accumulate on your floors, especially if you have rugs or carpeting. Use a vacuum with a HEPA filter to reduce harmful pollutants and regularly mop hardwood, tile and vinyl floors.

  6. Reconsider Your Paint - There are some paints on the market that may cause you to feel faint or dizzy due to the fumes. Look for paints that are labeled “Zero VOC” or “Low VOC” to cut down on harmful chemicals.

  7. Cut Out Aerosol Sprays - Aerosol sprays can release harmful chemicals into the air. Instead, opt for non-aerosol versions of hair sprays, deodorants, furniture polishes and air fresheners. 



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