GRAFFITI REMOVAL Eaglemont
Safe, Affordable, Professional
Nifty Services provide expert graffiti removal to local homes and businesses in Metropolitan and Greater Melbourne including Bundoora, Mill Park, Thomastown, Preston, Reservoir, Greensborough, Montmorency, Macleod, Eltham, Clifton Hill, Fairfield, Epping, Heidelberg, Lalor, Ivanhoe & Viewbank.
Nifty Services Graffiti Removal & Pressure Cleaning provide expert graffiti removal to local homes and businesses in Eaglemont.
GRAFFITI REMOVAL EXPERTS Eaglemont
Graffiti removal is our area of expertise at Nifty Services Graffiti Removal & Pressure Cleaning. With our exceptional know-how, proficiency, and advanced tools, we’re able to remove graffiti from various surfaces.
Testing is carried out at the commencement of each job to determine the appropriate chemical, equipment and procedure required for removal. Our primary focus is to eliminate graffiti while preserving the integrity of the surface beneath. When the graffiti has been removed, the surface will be restored back to its original state and appear as if there had never been any graffiti present.
We remove graffiti from aluminium, banners, brickwork, coated surfaces, Colorbond, concrete, glass, painted surfaces, Perspex, plastic, render, shade cloth, signs, steel, tiles, timber and vehicles.
There are instances when painting over graffiti is the preferred removal technique. We can assist with colour matching and painting; refer to our services pages to discover more.
Inexperience in graffiti removal can lead to unintended harm to surfaces, which is why seeking professional help is crucial. See what can happen when graffiti has been removed incorrectly further down the page; Poor Removal Work By Others.
You can rely on us to do the job right and say bye bye graffiti.
Along with our expertise in graffiti removal, we are proficient in removing and stripping paint from different surfaces. We handle various tasks, such as eliminating old paint, managing accidental paint spills, or dealing with intentional paint spill vandalism. Our skilled team employs a combination of paint stripping chemicals and high-pressure water techniques.
Throughout the paint removal procedure, we diligently protect the adjacent areas and surfaces to maintain their pristine condition. We collect all paint remnants, remove them from the location, and dispose of them appropriately
PAINT COLOUR MATCHING
Nifty Services offer paint colour matching services for homes and businesses in Bundoora and the surrounding suburbs including: Mill Park, Thomastown, Preston, Reservoir, Greensborough, Macleod, Eltham,Clifton Hill, Fairfield, Epping, Heidelberg, Lalor, Ivanhoe & Viewbank.
Occasionally, graffiti removal isn’t feasible for certain surfaces, making it more economical to simply paint over the affected area. One exceptional skill we’ve acquired at Nifty Services Graffiti Removal & Pressure Cleaning is colour matching, a craft perfected during our 20-year tenure in the printing industry, where we matched inks and dyes for production. Our experts employ advanced colour tinting techniques to guarantee a precise colour match. Once the graffiti is covered, we paint the specific areas, and any unused paint can be retained on-site for any potential future requirements.
Anti Graffiti Coatings
An effective long-term strategy to prevent graffiti-related issues involves the use of an anti-graffiti coating. Anti-graffiti coatings serve as an effective barrier that blocks the absorption of various dyes, such as graffiti, into the surface. A range of coating options exists to cater to diverse needs. These coatings are effective on porous materials such as concrete and sandstone and are strongly suggested for use on painted murals, printed banners, and specific signage varieties. Consult our experts and we can advise you on the most suitable coating for you.
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Poor Removal Work By Others
On our travels we come across evidence of graffiti that has been removed by other parties. It is very disappointing to find such poor work procedures being used. Employing the wrong chemical or approach can cause lasting harm to surfaces and may necessitate expensive restoration or substitution.