Short description: Graffiti Removal & Abatement. Recommendations on how to start this business.
of this business
Nowadays many of official institutions are in
need of this service. Some students are too angry on their teacher or someone
else that they start to draw/write something on the walls. About you. All you
need to start this kind of business is to equip with some paint and other
preventive treatments. After consider that you are ready to serve residential as
well as commercial clients with your own graffiti-removal-and-abatement
What you will need to start?
There is only one thing you will need -
graffiti removal products. Also, it would be great, if you have a car or other
transport to move easier at the city.
What services does
pressure wash cleaning to remove dirt & grime
- Removing mortar
and cleaning facebrick at construction sites
- Cleaning walkways
& cement passages
- Treating oil
stains on driveways & paving
- Removing prestick
& glue from surfaces
- Cleaning of walls
of staircases being dirtied due to leaning & kicking against them
- Cleaning walls
being stained by red soil, etc.
- Removing marker
pen & graffiti from fixtures & buildings
anti-graffiti & fly poster shields
Who will be you
City governments, schools, parents, teachers,
other usual citizens of your city, also business companies (in this case, you
will need to remove not graffiti but some wrong colourings or
Some tips for
1. Tip – What to ask from
information below to make you work
easier and to better understand your clients:
Address or Location. (Make sure you can identify if it is private or public
property and if it is in the City We are Working at)
Name and Phone Number.
2. Tip – What graffiti removal products to use
and where to buy?
Use only environmentally friendly products. You
could buy them from ebay, for example, or from specialized stores. Remember that
each of the products is
for specific graffiti removal needs.
The orders you
should know to start this business
is declared to be a public nuisance for the owner of any property, public or
private, to permit graffiti to remain thereon for more than forty-eight hours.
Abatement proceedings shall be conducted pursuant to the appropriate section of
this code if not removed or contracted for removal by the city.
may be used to remove graffiti or other inscribed material from public or
privately owned permanent structures located on public or privately owned real
property within the city. (Ord. 463 § 1 (part), 1979)
Such funds shall be used only to remove the
graffiti or other inscribed material itself, and not for the painting or repair
of a more extensive area. (Ord. 463 § 1 (part), 1979)
Such removal with city funds may be performed
only after a finding by the city manager that the graffiti or other inscribed
material is obnoxious, and, in the case of a publicly owned structure, only
after securing the consent of the public entity having jurisdiction over the
structure, and in the case of a privately owned structure, only after securing
the consent of the owner. (Ord. 463 § 1 (part), 1979)
Graffiti--Property owner responsibility
The property owner shall supply
any paint required for graffiti removal pursuant to the provisions of this
chapter. The property owner shall also pay to the city the actual cost of the
labor required for the graffiti removal. (Ord. 463 §1 (part),
It is the owner's responsibility to remove graffiti from their
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