Graffiti Removal Melbourne
We are proud to have commenced our graffiti removal company in Melbourne over 40 years ago. Melbourne had long been crying out for a graffiti removal specialist, and pretty soon we were removing vandalism from railway stations and supermarket walls across the city.
To provide you with an urgent response, our technicians are located throughout Melbourne in:
- Point Cook
We work with a variety of small and large business owners, schools, local government, body corporates and homeowners to remove graffiti in a prompt and professional manner.
Here are some of our Melbourne graffiti removal clients
City of Casey
The City of Casey, in Melbourne’s south-east, is one of the many councils we are proud to work with.
We were approached by the City of Casey who was under pressure from local residents and business owners to act on the increasing graffiti vandalism in their municipality.
The council understood the importance of removing graffiti quickly in order to avoid further tagging. However, with many important projects, they found it difficult to perform the task in the timely manner it required.
Removing graffiti without causing damage to the underlying surface requires skills and experience, which not all employees had. With the commencement of their local graffiti removal hotline, they knew they needed a reliable and dependable solution.
Craig, our Cranbourne representative, has been the City of Casey’s ‘on call’ graffiti removal specialist in the south-east Melbourne suburbs. Craig has removed graffiti from community buildings, brick, timber and concrete walls, glass windows and signage.
We were selected not only for our extensive experience, but for the low-level of risk we posed, with accreditation to international standards in OH&S, Quality, Environmental and Risk Management.
By providing a prompt and professional response to graffiti vandalism on public property and community facilities, his work is rejuvenating the area and instilling pride in the community.
Dan Murphy’s in Brunswick East was a classic example of what happens when you don’t act on graffiti quickly! It all started with one tag on the street facing external wall. No action was taken to remove it, which resulted in further acts of graffiti, which covered the external walls and car park fence.
Melbourne’s inner-north has long been targeted by graffiti vandals, however, property owners such as Dan Murphy’s are deterring graffiti vandals by demonstrating that graffiti will be removed immediately.
Graffiti on signs and billboards is more than just an eyesore! It can hide valuable information from potential and demonstrate a lack of professionalism and care in your attitude to business. For reasons such as these, we respond to our client’s urgent calls to remove graffiti instantly.
Phil our representative in Sydenham and the surrounding North-West Melbourne suburbs ensures that retails signage for businesses such as Woolworths (as pictured above) remains clean and graffiti-free.
Plastic and vinyl signs are delicate surfaces which can be easily damaged from abrasive graffiti removal practices. For these reasons we carry 26 different cleaning formulations, to ensure we remove graffiti without causing damage.
Where necessary, we use scissor lifts to reach high signage and we are licensed to perform traffic and pedestrian management when obstructing a street, car park or footpath.
Your Local Melbourne Graffiti Removal Technicians
Melbourne’s Southern Suburbs & Mornington Peninsula
Greaham Saville performs graffiti removal in the southern suburbs of Melbourne, and the Mornington Peninsula. He’s a local of the area who works works alongside The City of Casey, local schools, businesses and homeowners to ensure their properties remain graffiti-free.
Greaham has an extensive history in surface restoration, joining us as the first graffiti removal franchise partner, having previously held roles in commercial cleaning, chemical production and manufacturing, and management.
Melbourne’s North and West
Phil Hudson is your local graffiti removal specialist in Melbourne’s North and West. Phil grew up in Sunbury and now resides in Sydenham, where he is an active member of the community.
Phil’s work is making a positive impact on the community, where retailers are particularly benefiting from reduced graffiti and vandalism costs. This type of work has been known to improve morale and reduce anti-social behaviour in the community.