We can quickly remove all types of graffiti entirely. We do this without causing any damage to the surface or leaving traces or marks, known as ghosting or shadows.
Graffiti is not only damaging to the surface it has been applied to, it also looks awful, it can damage your reputation, decrease the value of your property and encourage further graffiti or vandalism.
At Clean-Tech Services we have a vast amount of experience in dealing with all sizes of graffiti removal. We tailor our cleaning methods to your requirements, taking into account the type of material used for the graffiti (this could be paints, markers or adhesive labels/stickers) along with the type of surface it is on. We can remove the toughest materials from the most sensitive of surfaces.
We use environmentally friendly solutions and state of the art technology to remove graffiti. Our methods include dissolving the graffiti or getting under the graffiti to completely lift it off the surface.
It is important to call in a professional when removing graffiti, as tackling this yourself can be very time consuming and potentially cause further damage.
Contact the team today to discuss our graffiti removal service. We will happily talk through any questions or concerns you may have.
Find below a list of answers to some of the most frequently asked questions for Graffiti Removal that we get asked regarding our services. If you have a question that isn't mentioned, please contact a member of our team today.
As graffiti can take various forms including paint, spray cans and stencils; as a result, we often require images to be sent over to our graffiti experts in order to provide a free estimate. Prices for our graffiti removal services depend on the size of the graffiti area, the materials used, how accessible is the area and the location.
Cleaning graffiti can be an extremely troublesome job to eradicate due to the bonding that occurs between the paint or spray cans on bricks. The longer the graffiti is left unattended and untreated, the harder it is to remove from the surface.
Graffiti can be devastating to any local community, but especially businesses by reducing the amount of footfall that the business consumes. Less footfall for businesses equates to a loss in sales which is why we urge businesses who have suffered from a vandalism attack to react swiftly.
Tackling graffiti as soon as possible will help to reduce the reoccurrence of repeating offenders and other offenders on the same patch. Leaving this unattended is an invitation for other graffiti artists to vandalise your premise further.