Graffiti Removal Body Corporate – Real Estate
If you are a body corporate manager or rental property manager, graffiti is an unwanted nuisance that wastes your time and resources. We are the preferred graffiti removal partner for body corporate and rental property managers.
Timely and professional graffiti removal is of upmost importance for body corporates and real estate. Graffiti vandalism often leads to other forms of anti-social behaviour, which can deter high-quality tenants. House and rental prices can be influenced by the presence of graffiti vandalism.
By acting upon graffiti vandalism quickly, we have been able to protect numerous homes and apartment complexes from repeated attacks of vandalism.
Most clients choose to keep us close-by through an ongoing maintenance agreement, ensuring they receive a timely response for their graffiti removal requirements.
Clients have access to an online job management portal, allowing you to quickly log jobs and quotes, and track job and invoice status.
By choosing a dedicated graffiti removal expert, our clients are eliminating unnecessary risks and ensuring the longevity of their properties. We are Australia’s first graffiti removal company with over 40 years’ experience.
Before each job commences, you will receive a risk report outlining all hazards and the controls put in place. We apply for permits where necessary and abide by local government regulations. All work is covered by a $20 million dollar public liability insurance policy.
We are regularly reviewed by third party auditors to ensure that we meet the following ISO standards:
- Quality Management - ISO 9001:2008
- OH&S Management - AS/NZS 4801:2001
- Environmental Management - ISO 14001:2004
- Risk Management – ISO 31000:2009
As a dedicated graffiti removal expert, we understand what happens when graffiti removal is conducted poorly. Approximately 20% of our work involves rectifying the mistakes of lesser-qualified tradespeople.
Brick and concrete walls can be easily damaged through incorrect chemical selection and harsh pressure cleaning techniques. These surfaces may appear to be hard, however they can be easily damaged which can lead to salt deposits, rising damp, premature brick crumbling and in extreme cases, structural failure.