ELT Easy Green living walls (LW's) can dramatically change your interior or exterior wall into lush vertical green space! This system offers many of the environmental, economic, and psychological benefits as outlined in ‘About Living Walls.’
- Modularity makes living walls possible at ANY scale (see photo album here)
- Enhance air quality and elevate productivity and mood
- Great for exterior and interior living wall projects
- Potential for LEED Points (LEED and Living Walls)
- Multiple mounting and installation options
- Seemlessly integrated drip irrigation for efficient watering
- Each planted panel only weighs 15-20 lbs when saturated
Our installed ELT systems typically range from $80 - $120 per square foot of wall face. With such versatility in this innovative system, the cost of your project can vary based on interior/exterior application, scale, plant selection, etc. Call for individual component prices and assistance.
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- Panel Dimensions: 12” x 12” x 4”
- Can be installed directly on a wall surface or mounted to a stand-alone frame
- Pocket design allows for several planting options
- Durable plastic panels are reusable (can be replanted if desired) and recyclable
- Interlocking panels make installation easy and ensures proper irrigation
Your living wall system can be one panel in the kitchen or thousands of square feet covering your office building. With that sort of scalability, ELT Easy Green makes sense for many applications.
Tropical plants are commonly utilized for indoor applications, while numerous plant types, like succulents, grasses, and even edibles, are available for most exterior living walls.
Smaller living wall systems can be manually watered using special reservoirs and catch basins. Larger installations generally use efficient drip irrigation systems. Irrigation sustainability can be promoted by recycling irrigation water, by using filtered greywater, or by using harvested rainwater.
The choice of vegetation depends on light availability from natural or artificial sources. Insufficient indoor lighting or shading of exterior walls by buildings, trees, and other objects can impact plant health. In some cases, grow lighting may be necessary to sustain healthy plant growth.