A green wall is a customized, ever-changing piece of living art in your facility. One that’s not only visually stunning but also offers both health and environmental benefits. If this sounds appealing to you, our living wall installation services might be just what you need.
Living walls — also referred to as green walls or vertical gardens — are vertical planting structures which hold anywhere from a few dozen to thousands of living plants. Depending on your preferences and budget, they can vary from simple trellis systems to highly complex ecosystems equipped with irrigation, drainage and lighting. Vertical gardens make a statement to your guests and employees that you care about the environment inside the facility and that you’re investing resources to offset your carbon footprint. Contact us to talk about what our living wall installation services can do for your office environment.
Living Walls In Today’s Workspaces
What’s important to understand about living walls is that although people usually choose them for their visual appeal, they also offer a host of other benefits. Plants are proven to reduce stress, make us feel happier and encourage relaxation. Also, their leaves and roots provide cleaner air through their natural process of removing toxins and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Plus, living walls can help control temperature changes and absorb excess noise in your space.
Long-Lasting Walls with Extensive Features
Our green, living walls are beautiful, practical, and sustainable. We utilize GSky living wall system products that guarantee healthy and successful green walls. Our team has considerable installation experience with this system ensuring your wall is installed correctly the first time. Being soilless and peatless, our living walls are not only tidy, but the lightest Green Walls/Vertical Gardens available today!
Next generation green wall technology
Plant Escape uses the VERSA WALL® it is primarily used for interior applications. VERSA WALL® is user-friendly, easy to install and maintain due to the flexibility of 4″ (10 cm) pots that can be placed directly into the VERSA WALL® Tray without any ‘re-potting’. In addition, VERSA WALL® remains beautiful year-round as plants are interchangeable according to season.
Our Vertical Gardens Installation Process
From the time we agree on a proposal, you can expect it to take about 4 weeks to get the materials in and installation complete.
Design Consultation and Quote
This process includes a conversation with you to ensure we have a good understanding of your vision and color preferences. We complete a site survey to determine where the living wall will be located, the size of the structure, what type of plants will do well in the environment, as some are better suited to certain environments than others. Finally, it includes a quote to provide you with an overview of the costs and services involved in creating your living wall and the ongoing care and maintenance.
Once you’ve approved the design and quote, we sign a contract with you and collect a 50% deposit. We then order the materials and coordinate with contractors (plumbers, electricians and millworkers) to install the wall in your building at a time that’s convenient for you. While the wall system itself can go in anytime while most construction is being completed, the installation of the plants themselves will need to wait to go in once the construction of the space is complete. Drywall & general construction dust is harmful to the plants.
After your living wall installation, we supply ongoing maintenance to enable it to flourish and continue to look beautiful. We take care of all of the watering and fertilizing, as well as the cleaning, pruning and insect and disease control. Furthermore, if any of the plants aren’t doing well, we replace them at no additional cost to you. While irrigated walls tend to need bi-weekly care visits, hand watered walls need to be seen on a weekly basis. The tray system holds enough water for a single week - so a Plant Technician needs to refill them every 7 days.
WHAT STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS ARE NECESSARY FOR A LIVING WALL?
A 3/4" plywood backer is sufficient to support the weight of the wall.
A 3/4" water supply with pressure from the city is ample for the emitters.
For most irrigated systems, a 2" floor drain can handle excess water.
120 Volts for an irrigation control box is ample to control the system.
150 foot candles in a 4300K color temp in an even flood across the plants.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Mae does a great job at Liberty Media on our 2 live plant walls and our decorative plants in the building. She is a breath of fresh air with her bubbly yet professional manner.”