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Graffiti Removal

"I have always found the work Elite Exteriors has done for us comes up to our expectations and we are always assured that the response time for any urgent work is quick and efficient."
Martin McDonald, Store Manager, Co-op Westgate Department Store, Peterborough.

Graffiti is a real eyesore and if left in place encourages more until a wall or building becomes unrecognisable.

 Graffiti lowers the image of the area and on a shop or business frontage  discourages customers  and is extremely off putting.

Graffiti removal is a difficult process without the use of the correct equipment, products or experience. Most powerwashers  do not have the power to clean without damaging the surface.

At Elite Exteriors we are fully equipped to remove graffiti from all surfaces. We have a number of cleaning methods starting with cold low pressure water through to hot high pressure water if required.

Our aim is to avoid using chemicals but when the need arrives for example on graffiti that has been on a surface for a number of years then we only use a product that is environmentally friendly.

Removing graffiti from painted or coated surfaces is achieved without damage to the original surface therefore saving

you money on costly repainting or resprays.

Please contact us today 0800 731 6319 or email your enquiry  jeremy@eliteexteriors.co.uk

Elite Exteriors also undertake insurance work where there has been malicious paint damage. Please take a look at our

gallery to see previous examples of jobs completed.

Elite Exteriors is based in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and covers Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Norfolk, Buckinghamshire and surrounding areas.

Graffiti on cladding above a roller doornotice the two types of paint usedall graffiti removed with no damage to the substrate