Not all graffiti in Liverpool is unwelcome.
From the many Beatles tributes, including Liverpool’s Stanley Dock mural, to Paul Curtis’ Liver Bird wings which have become an attraction in themselves, graffiti is a part of the city’s culture.
However, not all the graffiti in Liverpool enhances the city’s image.
Graffiti where it’s not wanted can give the impression that an area’s run down and uncared for, devaluing properties and making people feel unsafe. At its worst it can also be inflammatory or offensive.
Keeping on top of unwanted graffiti is an ongoing challenge in many areas of Liverpool. It’s important to quickly remove graffiti and protect exterior building surfaces to send a clear signal that deters repeat attacks and copycat tagging.
Whether you’re a property management company, housing estate manager or simply want to clean your commercial property or residence, we can help.
Our unique SteamPLUS system can be adjusted to brilliantly clean brick, render and building facades, leaving your property looking pristine. We can remove graffiti from exterior building surfaces from John Lennon airport to Aintree.