Cleaning, protecting, and maintaining the value of our customers’ homes and offices is what we love doing at 716 Pressure Washing. We are your go-to source in the Lockport, New York area for professional pressure washing services and a whole lot more. Contact us today and let us exceed your expectations for a top-of-the-line cleaning.




(716) 902-3199


2559 Transit Road
Newfane, NY 14108


How often should I get my house and driveway cleaned?

Homeowners with vinyl, metal, or composite siding should soft wash their homes once a year. If you have wood siding, we recommend you soft wash only when you have dirt or mildew buildup, unless you use very gentle pressure to wash away pollen or cobwebs on an annual basis. Homes and roofs are never washed using pressure but a gentle softwash technique. 

Are moss and algae damaging to my homes roof?

Moss and algae are especially damaging to a home’s roof. These contaminants hold extra moisture against roof shingles and roof paper; this added moisture causes shingles to get soft and crumbly and can cause roofing paper to tear, leading to water leaks.

Unlike other debris on a home’s roof, moss, algae, mold, and mildew continue to grow over time! These contaminants can work their way under a home’s roofing shingles and eventually dislodge those tiles as they continue to spread. Never assume that you can ignore moss, algae, and other such growth on your roof, as overlooking needed washing can lead to a damaged roof and dangerous interior water leaks.

Will you burn, kill or harm any of my plants, bushes, grass?

Being conscientious homeowners ourselves we understand the pride in having a nice yard. Accordingly we take extra precautions to make sure nothing is harmed during our cleaning process We want you to have a clean house, roof , windows etc to go with your beautiful yard.

What soap do we use?

It is a secret but we will say we use a professional grade cleaner that is tough on dirt, but safe for your plants, animals and home, and gets the job done. The real secret is in the squeegee blade itself.