The benefits of 

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improves air quality

Plants act as a natural air filter, as they remove carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, while absorbing and cleaning pollutants from the air. Green walls are especially helpful for improving air quality in built-up urban areas due to the many plants they sustain. According to studies, green living walls can reduce the production of nitrogen dioxide by 40% and particulate matter by 60%. Buildings and offices are the breeding ground of toxins and plants in homes and offices significantly improve the quality of indoor air. Also, plants efficiently make the air free of harmful formaldehyde, VOCs, trichloroethylene, carbon monoxide and benzene and reducing the “sick building syndrome” for people occupying the building.

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increases well-being

& decreases sick days

Studies have shown that simply adding greenery in the form of indoor plants can have major positive benefits for employees and their organizations. The same goes for remote or home workers, too. 

Results included a 37% fall in reported tension and anxiety; a 58% drop in depression or dejection; a 44% decrease in anger and hostility; and a 38% reduction in fatigue. Workspaces which incorporated green plants reported a 15% higher wellbeing score and a 6% higher productivity score than employees whose offices didn’t include such elements.

improves air quality

Plants act as a natural air filter, as they remove carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, while absorbing and cleaning pollutants from the air. Green walls are especially helpful for improving air quality in built-up urban areas due to the many plants they sustain. According to studies, green living walls can reduce the production of nitrogen dioxide by 40% and particulate matter by 60%. Buildings and offices are the breeding ground of toxins and plants in homes and offices significantly improve the quality of indoor air. Also, plants efficiently make the air free of harmful formaldehyde, VOCs, trichloroethylene, carbon monoxide and benzene and reducing the “sick building syndrome” for people occupying the building.

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aesthetic enhancement

In modern societies, where what’s on the outside matters, the unusual display of landscape in a vertical position certainly catches the eye. Green walls easily transform dull spaces in houses and office buildings into an inviting and soothing ambience. They make a great first impression on clients and bring green vigor or a pop of color to both enclosed and outdoor spaces.

Furthermore, green walls allow for custom designs with plants and flowers varying in color, texture, and growth, allowing for creative designs and logos.

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reduces noise level

It’s a well-known fact that trees can have the same effect in muffling urban noise as a stone wall. Similarly, green walls reduce background noise in loud areas and busy streets. Dense plants on green walls naturally block high frequency sounds, as the foliage absorbs and reflects the noise that comes its way while the supporting structure can help to diminish low-frequency noise.

enhances productivity

Studies have shown that simply adding greenery in the form of indoor plants can have major positive benefits for employees and their organizations. The same goes for remote or home workers, too. 

Results included a 37% fall in reported tension and anxiety; a 58% drop in depression or dejection; a 44% decrease in anger and hostility; and a 38% reduction in fatigue. Workspaces which incorporated green plants reported a 15% higher wellbeing score and a 6% higher productivity score than employees whose offices didn’t include such elements.

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reduces energy cost

It has been scientifically proven that large metropolitan areas are significantly warmer than rural and less built-up areas. The rising temperatures have adverse environmental impact both in terms of higher energy consumption and air pollution. The vegetation on a living green wall will reflect direct sunlight rather store it the way bare concrete or brick would, and can balance humidity levels through the process of evapotranspiration. A green wall will act as a natural air conditioner, as the air surrounding the green wall is naturally cooled in summer, while in winter, a green wall on the outside of a building acts as insulation, reducing energy costs.

 

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