Graffiti Removal in Atlanta, GA
Tagging is unfortunately common in Atlanta, so it’s not unlikely that your property will be a victim of vandalism. Even if some call it art, graffiti is an illegal act that can negatively affect your property’s value. It defaces your property and can be an eyesore to passersby, which is especially bad if it occurs on commercial property — your customers may not want to visit an establishment tagged with graffiti. When you spot graffiti on your property, the best course of action is to call for professional graffiti removal services immediately. The sooner you act, the easier it will be to remove the color pigmentation because it won’t have time to bond deeply with the surface.
If you try doing graffiti removal by yourself, you might not have the right solvents or technique to remove the graffiti or the skill to repaint the affected surfaces. If you truly want to restore your property to its original condition, call us at Ross Property Services for professional graffiti removal. We use the right chemicals and the right equipment to safely remove graffiti on any surface, be it your walls, sidewalks, parking lots, mailboxes, fences, and more. Contact Ross Property Services in Atlanta, GA today for a free estimate on graffiti removal.
Brick Graffiti Removal
Brick is a porous material, so paint tends to sink into small pockets and crevices. This makes it difficult to scrape off, so we soak it with a solvent or stripper that dissolves the paint and allows it to come off in flakes and chunks. Afterward, we wash off the area to remove any run-off.Learn More
Concrete Graffiti Removal
Similar to brick, concrete graffiti removal requires a paint solvent or stripper with a decent level of strength. The solvent should be left on the surface for a while, based on the manufacturer's instructions. When the time is up, we strip off the paint with a scraper or a squeegee.Learn More
Metal Graffiti Removal
Graffiti removal from metal is simultaneously easy and difficult. Because metal is typically a smooth, non-porous surface, paint doesn’t seep into it. However, metal can easily be scratched by improper graffiti removal methods. We first scrape off the paint carefully and use paint thinners to remove any stubborn paint left over.Learn More
Wood Graffiti Removal
Wood can be a tricky surface to remove graffiti from, especially if it’s painted or varnished underneath. If the wood isn’t treated, we can use solvents to remove the paint. Soft washing with very low pressure may also work. If it doesn’t work, however, we can just sand off the graffiti and refinish the wood after.Learn More