Living walls

Green walls made of plants create ecological, biodiverse spaces in our surroundings. We look forward to working with you.

What are living wallsAlso known as green walls or plant walls? These are nothing more than building walls on which special structures have been set up to keep selected plants in good condition. Most often, the structure is made of a metal frame, under which the irrigation system and the wall module into which the plants are placed are embedded. Living walls can increasingly be seen on building facades, in shopping malls, offices, restaurants and homes. Green walls made of plants fit in perfectly with any architectural style. Walls made of plants are not only decorative, but above all have measurable benefits for our health and the environment. Discover all the advantages of plants in your environment.

Green walls - our catalogue

Living walls, benefits and advantages

The following are most of the benefits and advantages that plants used to create living walls:

  • They clean the air of dust, ensuring cleaner air.
  • They increase the amount of oxygen in the air, thereby reducing carbon dioxide.
  • They activate air ionisation, i.e. improve well-being and resilience.
  • They regulate the temperature and humidity inside buildings.
  • They reduce noise levels by absorbing sounds.
  • It is an original decoration for buildings and their interiors.
  • They increase productivity and reduce stress, making them ideal for use in workspaces such as meeting rooms, offices, reception areas, open spaces, etc.
  • They help to achieve significant biodiversity through native plantings and varieties that provide nectar sources for insects.
  • They can help meet regulatory requirements for green infrastructure, such as for biologically active areas.

As you can see, the advantages and ecological and health-promoting benefits of walls made of plants are truly numerous. You can take care of yourself and your loved ones with cleaner air and better well-being today.

Let's talk about living walls in your environment

Why are Green Facades the right choice?

Both city representatives, business and restaurant owners and retail customers are welcome to contact us. We guarantee comprehensive warranty and post-warranty service.

Natural soil - the most important factor

We use natural soil as the substrate for our plants. This is the most important factor in being able to use different types of plants to build a living walls and ensures strong roots. The use of a natural substrate allows plants to develop in their natural environment, increasing their resistance to harsh weather conditions. All this means that our solution allows you to enjoy beautiful plants for a long time.

We select plants depending on the purpose and the client's expectations

Many years of experience have allowed us to fully understand the need for specific plant species and their characteristics. As a result, we are able to select plants to suit the client's specific purposes and the conditions in which our green walls. Depending on whether the plants will be placed outdoors or indoors, and whether they are primarily intended to purify the air, reduce noise or regulate temperature and humidity, we are able to offer the best solution.

Comprehensive service - from consultation to installation and care

For many years, our company has specialised in the implementation of various types of projects related to living wallsgreen roofs, ivy panels, plant and moss paintings. We deal with the implementation of green walls comprehensively, from consultation to design, implementation, installation to care. You can count on our commitment and assistance at every stage of implementation.

Quality of materials used and their recyclability 

We strive to create products and services with the environment in mind, so we select materials that can later be recycled or come from recycled sources. For example, our modules on which we place the plants are made 100% from recycled materials. This has no negative impact on the high resistance of the modules to the force of the wind, which can reach speeds of up to 140 m/s.

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