GRAFFITI REMOVAL AND PREVENTION
Graffiti is all around us, and despite the occasional pieces which may be deemed as art, most graffiti is often simple tags which are seldom attractive. Therefore, most people have seen graffiti as detrimental to the environment.
As most instances of graffiti occurring in public spaces, it can quickly affect how people feel about that space.
Most graffiti is often simple tags which are seldom attractive, Bird and Goodwin can help, with environmentally friendly solutions.
To remove graffiti you need to use a specialised product so you don’t damage the surface, or the environment.
If you are removing graffiti from bare, un-coated surfaces, such as brick, render, stone, shop fronts, bus shelters or even rail carriages, care is needed not to damage the substrate.
If you are cleaning a surface that has been previously treated with an anti-graffiti coating, then it is vital you pick a graffiti remover that will not damage the coating underneath.
We have the skills, products and equipment to deal with all types of graffiti, on most types of substrate. Tricky locations are not a problem as we are IPAF registered and deal with all kinds of structures on a regular basis.
The type of work we undertake has a hugely positive impact on the local communities, bringing areas back to life.
Prevention is better than cure
Prevention is clearly better than cure, and with regular maintenance visits, we are able to keep locations cleaner, tidier and less prone to vandalism.
Anti-graffiti coatings are preventative paints that work to stop inks, aerosols and other markings bonding to the surface. Sometimes referred to as anti-vandal paints, these anti-graffiti products can be used internally and externally on a wide range of different surfaces, including previously painted surfaces, bare surfaces, smooth surfaces like metal and plastic, and porous surfaces like brick and stonework.