- Identify the tag (examine the substrate)
- Flag off the area
- Remove graffiti with eco-friendly solutions
- Pressure wash the area clean
- Apply anti graffiti topcoat to prevent against future tagging
- Before and after photos – no damage to property, restore it to new
Graffiti is an unfortunate reality for property owners all across Metro Vancouver. Every day, tags and murals are splashed across storefronts and bare walls but what do you do with that paint once it’s applied? The internet is full of ineffective options for DIY but many of these leave properties looking worse off than when you started. Instead of struggling with an amateur approach, call a Gorilla for your Delta graffiti removal services.
Managing Unwanted Paint
Try as you might there is no one way to keep street artists from leaving their mark on your property. Whether it is the dead of night or the crack of dawn, unwanted paint jobs can happen at any time. Even though there is no way to keep your space free from graffiti, there are right and wrong ways to deal with paint. The longer that spray paint is left to sit against surfaces, the worse your situation becomes. Spray paint might be an eyesore but it can also cause damage to property, offend potential clients and negatively impact property values. Part of property management is creating an inviting space for both tenants and guests. This makes quick action and complete removal that much more important. When you want to put an end to vandalism around your home or commercial property, all it takes is one call to our Gorillas!
Graffiti Prevention & Care
When dealing with spray paint and graffiti, household cleaning products just won’t cut it. In some cases, improper removal products can actually make stains worse. By loosening surface stains and letting them drip down walls, you are creating paint bleeds. After years in the industry, our experienced technicians know exactly what works and exactly what doesn’t. In order to get rid of paint effectively, Gorilla specialists have developed a multi-step approach to getting rid of your unwanted paint job. By using environmentally friendly cleaners to loosen surface dirt, it is possible to properly assess the severity of your stains. From there, speciality tools and technicians, like pressure washers and even paint matching can help erase these unwanted marks.