To demonstrate the scope of our services this portfolio page documents some of the sectors we operate in.

Allowing, our service offering to be showcased with a preview of the wide range of graffiti removal, cleaning and protection projects completed by Graffiti Busters.

On behalf of Dyer & Butler; GB were appointed as their specialist sub-contractor to remove graffiti and protect the perimeter walls of the substation with an anti-graffiti coating; total area 1472m². GB applied a non-hazardous environmentally friendly chemical known as Tavec 201 to the graffiti before removing using high pressure superheated water and an all-terrain […]

Graffiti Busters were successfully awarded this highly prestigious scheme which involved cleaning and protecting travertine a form of limestone. The building positioned on Brompton Road near Harrods in Knightsbridge required scaffolding provided by Trad. A highly accomplished access contractor under the supervision of full traffic/pedestrian management. Acting as principle contractor, Graffiti Busters undertook extensive restoration […]

Graffiti Busters were delighted to be awarded a contract on the first Japanese Sake Brewery in the UK at Fordham Abbey in Cambridgeshire. Appointed on behalf of main contract – PB Doyle we were responsible for cleaning and protecting the internal Lignacite premier facing blockwork; an eco-friendly alternative to wider used masonry. An area of […]

Working in collaboration with Undercover Arts and Graffiti Kings we were tasked with preparing a six story building for a billboard honouring a local charity.   To ensure that the artwork would not damage the underlying surface Graffiti Busters were responsible for protecting the facade with an anti-graffiti coating.   Once the commissioning period is […]

Following a successful tender Graffiti Busters were delighted to be awarded a contract on behalf of Touchstone Residential – a market leader in the property sector. The contract involved deep cleaning 572m² of high/low level white render on a six story block of apartments. Using specialist mewp access equipment and a HPW unit working @ […]

Graffiti Busters was delighted to be awarded a contract on a development known as Chelsea Waterfront situated adjacent to the historic Lots Road, Power Station. On this prestigious residential project graffiti busters was instructed to clean and protect +/- 360m² of polished limestone that formed the cladded walls on the lower level apartment blocks. Using […]

Graffiti busters is delighted to have been awarded a maintenance contract to deliver a comprehensive range of FM services across WWU extensive estate and asset portfolio. The service provision is demand-led ensuring that the maintenance spend is tempered by need rather than a cyclical approach. Controlled by central management our dynamic cleaning and response capabilities […]

Graffiti Busters was delighted to be involved in the launch of Facebooks first advertising campaign for ‘Facebook Live’ in the UK. Working under High Rise Murals Graffiti Busters was appointed to apply a specialist anti-graffiti coating to protect the mural from vandalism. Treating an area in excess of 70m²; the product specified was a high […]

Graffiti Busters were delighted to be appointed by Lancaster University Estates Department to professionally deep clean 440m² of external high/low level white brickwork on InfoLab21. Using specialist access equipment and a HPW unit working @ approximately 1500psi/90-150˚C combined with high performance cleaning products. Graffiti Busters successfully removed stains, moisture related spots, algae and general soiling. […]

Graffiti Busters were appointed to carry out high level graffiti removal works on behalf of City Properties Ltd. This task required the use of specialist access equipment in the form of an MEWP enabling us to effectively reach the graffiti eight stories up and remove safely. Underpinned by sound H&S management Graffiti Busters successfully completed […]

Graffiti Busters was appointed by Bracknell Forest Council to refurbish Long Hill Skate Park. The specification was to strip all paint on both transition and street obstacles down to bare metal. Before re-decorating the surfaces and then applying a specialist anti-graffiti coating to mitigate against any long term damage and to reduce maintenance costs. This […]

As part of Crossrail’s £50m upgrade for Ilford Depot; Graffiti Busters was awarded the finishing contract working on behalf of principle contractor VolkerFitzpatrick. To supply and install a high performance non-sacrificial polysiloxane anti-graffiti coating to metal composite panel external walls on the Logistics & Stores and Paint Shop buildings, covering an area in excess of […]

As part of Bechtel’s grand 36m refurbishment scheme graffiti busters was appointed to carry out specialist brick cleaning works to subways and tunnels including the provision of anti-graffiti treatment. Works were undertaken during engineering hours to minimise impact for station users demonstrating the versatility of the delivery programme. Graffiti Busters were delighted to be involved […]

Graffiti Busters was delighted to be instructed by Castle Crown Properties to carry out specialist graffiti removal works at this Grade B listed building known as Hanover House. On this project sensitive cleaning techniques were required to prevent damage being incurred to the underlying stonework; superheated water combined with low pressure washing was the first […]

Working under main contractor Interserve in conjunction with Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council and The Environment Agency Graffiti Busters was appointed as part of this exciting project to improve the Tonbridge Town Lock area with landscape enhancements. Over the course of two weeks works comprised of cleaning and protecting an area in excess of 1066M2 […]

Graffiti Busters was delighted to be appointed by Go Ape a leading outdoor Lesiure provider to carry out a builders clean on their newest adventure park in the heart of London. Using specialist floor cleaning apparatuses and burnishers that conformed to the facilities maintenance plan we were responsible for the deep cleaning of vinyl type […]

Graffiti Busters was employed to remove graffiti and DOFF clean brickwork on this gothic style structure at Imperial Works in Kentish Town, North London. Before being converted to offices the site was the home of the Imperial Piano & Organ Company. Our works formed part of the wider office extension and refurbishment required to upgrade […]

Graffiti Busters was employed by a private client to advise on a non-abrasive alternative to removing paint safely from this Victorian terrace house back to original state brickwork. The clients main concern was the underlying build fabric and what non-abrasive methods could be used to mitigate damage. A chemical cleaning system was recommended together with […]

Graffiti Busters is delighted to have been awarded a maintenance contract on behalf of Marks and Spencer. Serving nationally we are responsible for maintaining the estate build fabric including external façade cleaning, anti-vandal works, window and signage cleaning. Our high performance fragranced floor cleaning range provides a unique perfumed water based solution to remove surface […]

Graffiti Busters were invited on behalf of Kioyar to consult the facilities management team on the external building facade requirements of the Newport Street Gallery scheduled to open in October 2015. The main area of debate was focused on cleaning and protecting the brickwork post build to enhance the aesthetics of this modern building marvel […]

Graffiti Busters were delighted to be part of the building programme on the new extension to further education college built to BREEAM Excellent. Appointed by main contractor Willmott Dixon to supply and install a specialist anti-graffiti coating to 455 sq m of external blue and white brick envelope and curtain walling applied over three-storeys. The […]

Graffiti Busters were delighted to be awarded the anti-graffiti ancillary works scheme as part of the £1.9 million redevelopment of Cradley Heath bus and rail interchange. The works comprised of the supply and installation of a specialist anti-graffiti protective coating to 733 m.sq of blockwork in the main glass covered walkway and sheltered waiting areas. […]

As part of the ‘Design Your Life’ campaign Samsung appointed Jack Morton Worldwide (UK) to create pop-up space in London’s busy Portobello Road, W11. This temporary commission launched on the 18th October 2013 and ran until 24th November 2013. Graffiti Busters were delighted to be awarded the exterior phase of works on this turnkey project […]

LBB appointed Graffiti Busters to carry out an ancillary works programme as part of the wider refurbishment of Bexley’s new civic offices. Graffiti Busters were appointed by the London Borough of Bexley to supply and fix a bespoke anti-graffiti system to the councils new £21.4m civic office building. Our remit included brick/stone cleaning and the […]

Graffiti Busters were delighted to be appointed as the specialist contractor on behalf of Jackson Civils and The ODA permanent commissions programme to specify a bespoke anti-vandal protective coating to Underpass U01. Positioned adjacent to the Velodrome under the A12 highway the team at Cristal Finish combined with Hackney based artist Martin Richman to create […]

Graffiti Busters were contracted to carry out highway maintenance in preparation for the opening of the new Port Access Road for London Gateway. Works consisted of kerb cleaning and fabric repairs, Congratulations to Volker Fitzpatrick & Toppesfield. http://www.volkerfitzpatrick.co.uk/en/projects/detail/port-access-road Three times the size per square mile of the City of London, opening in Q4 2013, London […]

Situation: Big Yellow one of the UK’s most recognised brands in self storage, appointed Graffiti Busters to clean their store in Bow, East London which had sustained a paint ball attack causing damage to high level brickwork. Solution: Using specialist hot water pressure washing equipment combined with non hazardous chemicals and access platforms the paint […]

Graffiti busters were delighted to be appointed to clean and protect the external façade of this property that was awarded with a RIBA Manser Medal in 2011. A highly prestigious architectural prize that honours innovation in house design. Our job consisted of cleaning the external block work that had been subject to environmental damage and […]

Graffiti Busters applied an anti-graffiti protective gloss coating to educational bespoke wall murals that populate many of the schools departments and corridors. The product used is fully breathable and warranted for 20 years with a class zero fire rating.

Anti-graffiti coating spray applied to the entire external terracotta rain screen façade on new station building as specified by clients appointed main contractor Bryen & Langley Ltd.

Anti-graffiti and waterproofing/silane treatment was spray applied to new external concrete substrates as specified by the client.

Lignacite block work treated with anti-graffiti protective coating by Graffiti Busters

Responsible for the brick cleaning of various external buildings that populate the market. Graffiti Busters were specified to apply a sacrificial micro-permeable protective coating to the treated substrates. It was a pleasure to be involved in the new viaduct project constructed by Skanska.  

Graffiti Busters was employed by London Underground to apply a zero rated fire proof clear micro-permeable protective coating. To internal substrates including painted surfaces as specified along the corridor that links Kings Cross and St. Pancras. Anti-graffiti systems have also been specified throughout the network.

Cleaning the external façade at The Glades, Bromley in preparation for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee 2012 visit.

Assigned to remove graffiti from a row of garages in Staines, Middlesex. Along with treatment to various other substrates including brickwork. Graffiti Busters managed to effectively restore the garages avoiding expensive replacement costs thus saving the client a substantial sum of money. The end result shows the garages looking like new.          

Graffiti Busters responded to an insurance claim at a listed property in Surrey that was subject to extreme mindless vandalism. The owner was overwhelmed when the property was restored back to its original condition.  

This magnificent stone sculpture was treated with a specialist anti-graffiti coating to protect against water, oil, dirt, pollution and graffiti. The monument is a fitting tribute to all the animals that served in the wars and conflicts of the 20th century. Their sacrifice is testament to the trustees of The Animals in War Memorial Fund who obtained planning […]

Graffiti Busters was recently employed by the British Library facilities management team to clean and protect the external brickwork façade. A clear micro-permeable protective coating was applied in order to prevent future vandalism and pollution damage to the treated substrates. Graffiti Busters have maintained the buildings entire external façade since it’s grand opening in 1998.

Graffiti Busters were contracted to clean the entire brickwork façade and protect the new building with a sacrificial micro permeable coating. In order to help prevent penetration of atmospheric pollutants and ease subsequent cleaning. The Crouch Hill Community Park, has a carbon negative footprint with BREEAM outstanding rating for the school.    

Building on the success we experienced with Tate, Graffiti Busters were approached in 2009 to carry out a similar project for a Government campaign aimed at teenage pregnancies. Several locations around London were protected with our Anti-Graffiti Coating before graffiti artists were employed to apply artistic messages for teenagers by making use of various aerosols and paints. After the […]

Graffiti Busters was employed by Philiam Construction to complete the restoration works of Avonmore Youth Centre in Kensington. We were required to apply a permanent pigmented anti-graffiti coating to the external metal cladding roof and a clear sacrificial coating to all brickwork elevations. Before the application of the coatings we made use of specialist hot pressure washing […]

Graffiti Busters have been cleaning and maintaining the exterior stone work façades of all Delfont Mackintosh Theatres throughout London’s West End since 1996. Image and presentation means everything to the Delfont Mackintosh group.

Appointed, as the specialist contractor responsible for the application of anti-graffiti treatment to block work substrates at the Lee Valley Olympic Park. A remarkable building and design we were proud to be a part of this London 2012 Olympic construction project.    

Graffiti Busters Ltd was honoured to be involved in this innovative new bridge rebuild construction project, which carries the single carriageway A208 in Chislehurst over Network Rail’s Kent and London mainline railway. The existing bridge was in poor condition and subject to numerous inspections. Our work comprised of  fully protecting the brick work external façade with a water proofing, liquid […]

After suffering many years of repeated graffiti attack the HOP Church recognised that they needed some professional help. We were employed to remove, clean and protect there much loved Church in order to prevent further vandalism and cleaning costs in the future.

Graffiti Busters have been cleaning and maintaining the exterior stone work façades of the London Bridge Hotel since 1990. This 4 star Hotel is adjacent to the new world famous Shard Skyscraper.

Lancaster University appointed us to apply a clear wax based micro-permeable protective coating. To protect the building against weathering, staining and environmental pollution as the finish is a shade of pure white. Ten years later Graffiti-Busters were re-employed to clean the protected external façade and re-apply graffi-coat1 again so that the blocks could be protected against the elements for […]

The Lignicite white recycled glass sparkle block work on this new leisure complex, was treated with a totally clear anti-graffiti protective coating in order to prevent future vandalism and environmental pollution damage. Maintaining future residual costs.

Contracted to clean the external paving façade and remove chewing gum at Tate Britain.

A £3.5 million engineering project completed by Vinci UK. The work consisted of the replacement of safety critical structures, including the construction of spillways, valve chambers and pipe work along with a new nature reserve wildlife pond and landscaping. All concrete substrates protected by Graffiti Busters Ltd. This is one of the most interesting civil […]

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