Artificial green walls come in many sizes, colours and uses and can be hard to find the right option for your space. Whether you’re looking for an eye-catching display for your office, or a high-impact external feature for a commercial project, it’s important to do your research to find an attractive, low-maintenance and affordable product you’ll love for years to come.
What Are Artificial Green Walls Made Of?
This will depend on the type and quality of the product you buy. Lower quality artificial plants are generally made using a combination of plastic, silk and paper, or even heavy metals.
All our artificial green walls are made of high-quality and UV-tested synthetic composite plastic, ensuring they will always look as good as the day you bought them. Our green walls have also been manufactured so they can be recycled into other plastics at the end of their lifecycle.
Our Premium Range of Green walls are officially fire certified in accordance with industry standards AS ISO 9705-2003 and AS 5637.1:2015, achieving an official Group 2 Fire Rating.
The Premium Panels are made with a powder-coated galvanised steel backing frame and fastened together with secure clip system making it almost indestructible. Our entry-level items have a simple and flexible plastic frame that can be easily snapped together.
How Much Do Artificial Green Walls Cost?
Artificial green walls can cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand, depending on the style of green wall, size and shape of the wall.
|Entry-level Classic Green Wall Panels start from $85||Best Sellers range start from $130
How to Install an Artificial Green Wall
Gyprock/Plasterboard - Fix directly to the wall with 20mm metal screws.
Timber - Fix directly to the wall with basic timber screws with a large head for more coverage.
Stone wall - Use nylon nail plugs and hammer the panels in place.
Concrete - Use nylon nail plugs. If you can’t drill into the wall, consider fixing a plywood cladding and using timber screws to install your panels.
Wire fence - Use cable ties to hold in place.
Colorbond fence - Fix the panels directly using metal screws. If you don’t want exposed screws on the other side of the fence, try pre-drilling a few holes and using black cable ties to hold the panels in place. Alternatively, consider making a timber frame and mounting the panels to this.
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How to Maintain an Artificial Green Wall
Our green wall panels are UV-tested, meaning they won’t fade or crack in the sun, and all they require for maintenance is the occasional dusting and a wipe with a damp cloth to remove any dirt. If you're green wall it outside you can let the rain do all the hard work.
Evergreen Wall Panels
Artificial green walls bring commercial buildings to life. We’ve completed projects for all kinds of commercial spaces, including offices, shopping centres, hospitality, airports, and resorts. Here are some of our favourites:
To see more great examples of our artificial green walls, visit our portfolio here
As you can see, artificial green walls are a low-cost, low-maintenance and high-impact feature with many uses. They’re easy to install and maintain, easy to customise, and don’t need an expert gardener to keep them looking great, all year long.
If you have any other questions, want to talk to our Project Director, Designer, or get a quote call or email us.
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