Green Walls 2 Endorsements

Living green walls provide a multitude of benefits to those who own, work, and live among them. Green walls are beautiful, create habitat, promote health and well being, attract customers and can even provide sustenance.

Top Provider Live Wall

A living wall offers numerous benefits at economic, ecological and societal levels. People are happier in a green environment than in grey surroundings.

  • The plants in a living wall filter particulate matter from the air and convert CO2 into oxygen. 1 m2 of living wall extracts 2.3 kg of CO2 per annum from the air and produces 1.7 kg of oxygen . With a living wall you contribute to air purification.
  • Greenery promotes a healthy indoor climate. Complaints such as irritated eyes, headaches, sore throats and tiredness diminish. In offices where there is plenty of greenery, there is a measurable decrease in absenteeism due to illness.
  • A green workplace can result in a 15% increase in productivity. Plants have a positive effect on people. This is also reflected in employee satisfaction.
  • Greenery encourages faster recovery for patients, resulting in a shorter hospital stay. A persons' tolerance of pain is higher in a green environment. This is also known as a ‘healing environment’.
  • Living and working in a green environment has a positive effect on the well-being of people. Greenery offers relaxation and reduces stress.
  • Living Walls improve indoor air quality by increasing oxygen levels, providing natural humidity, and reducing volatile-organic-compounds (VOCs).

Artistic Expression

Artistic expression comes to life with LiveWall living gardens, where there is no limit to the creative possibilities. Transform your building wall into a living canvas with a broad palette of plants.

Food Production

The LiveWall system can support a broad number of herbs, greens, vegetables and even some fruit! Vertical gardens serve as a living reminder of a chef’s commitment to using healthy, fresh, and local produce in the kitchen.

Garden walls contribute to healthy communities. Plants in communities are linked to a number of benefits, including reduced crime rates and increased civic participation.

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