It is common misconception that small towns do not see as much graffiti as larger cities. Sure, there might be more graffiti throughout larger spaces but towns are not exempt. If you have found an unwanted design on your home or business, let a Gorilla help you get it off. Gorillas are always working hard against graffiti so let us make your property, our priority by making an appointment for your Blackfalds graffiti removal.
The Problem With Graffiti
The most obvious issue with graffiti is that it gives off a negative impression of your property. Graffiti designs are often offensive or visually unappealing but they can be much worse than just an eyesore. Hate speech, along with racist or offensive designs are common place in the graffiti community. It is important to remove these images as quickly as possible whenever able. Leaving graffiti on the exterior surfaces of your property leaves them opened to the elements as well as new paint! Aerosol paints can bake into the facade of properties over time, and can act as targets for rival graffiti artists. Over the years, we have found that the best way to fight back against these is to be quick and our Gorillas are speedy! Our Gorillas strive for same day removal of graffiti designs whenever we are able. Don’t let graffiti sit for any longer than it already has, call a Gorilla instead!
Blackfalds Graffiti Removal: Treating Tough Stains
Taking care of graffiti staining can be difficult – a lot more difficult than it needs to be! There might be a ton of DIY methods for graffiti but none of these can handle initial staining, bleeding, overspray and shadowing. Removing one of these stains but not the rest will leave your home looking dingy. When you want the best results, there is no one better to call than a Gorilla. Our Blackfalds graffiti removal treats surface stains, overspray, bleeding and shadowing. By treating surface stains with an eco-friendly cleaning solution, discolourations are loosened and can be brushed away. Once these marks are lifted, there is a clearer picture of your residual stains. Any leftovers can be treated with pressure washers or, at the extremes, a new coat of paint.