- Identify the tag (examine the substrate)
- Flag off the area
- Remove graffiti with eco-friendly solutions
- Pressure wash the area clean
- Before and after photos – no damage to property, restore it to new
As a city, Edmonton is lively – full of culture and colour, but unfortunately, some of these pops of colour have been put there illegally. For every sanctioned mural in the city, there are ten pieces of street art, staining storefronts, homes and public places but instead of being overrun, call in our Edmonton graffiti removal services.
The Impact of Graffiti Vandalism
Unlike other home maintenance issues, there is no way to prevent graffiti from starting or spreading over your property but by calling in Gorilla property services you can make sure to have the issue dealt with professionally and quickly. Due to the portability and speed that comes from aerosol-based spray paints, instances of both commercial and residential properties is at an all time high. These can range from full-blown murals to simple tags but in either case they are stains on your property, and are difficult to remove without the proper tools and care.
In a modern age, it is not unheard of for property-owners to take to the internet in search of a ‘quick-fix’ to graffiti removal but more often than not, these methods can make the staining worse or even cause damage to your property. The outer materials of certain properties are porous or delicate and treating them roughly can cause damage to the outer layers, proving to be a headache later on. Our Gorillas use eco-friendly cleaning solutions combined with a little elbow grease and are guaranteed to remove not only the tag itself but the over-spray that often occurs alongside the initial paint job.
If you find that you are being hit regularly by taggers or street artists, our Gorillas offer a routine service as well. Instead of booking an appointment each and every time that you find yourself facing off against a stain, residents can set themselves up for regular graffiti removal services to visit their property bi-weekly, or even weekly.