Buffalo Power Washing, Inc.

Northtowns location:
6930 Lockwood Ln.
Lockport, NY 14094

Southtowns location:
7250 Ellicott Rd.
Orchard Park, NY 14127

Phone: 716-639-9274
Email: buffalopw@aol.com
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Q: Is Buffalo Power Washing insured?
A: Yes, we are fully insured with Peerless Insurance.

Q: Are the detergents you use harmful to my kids, pets or plants?
A: No, all of our detergents are environmentally safe.

Q: Do you give phone quotes?
A: We can give you a general idea of what a certain service will cost, but since every home is different, we really need to see the surface that needs to be cleaned to give you an accurate quote. We would be glad to give you a free quote.

Q: Is power washing safe for siding, decks and fences?
A: For fences and decks we may use a power washer using moderate pressure, but we will NEVER use a power washer on a home. Please click on our SOFT VS. PRESSURE page for more information.

Q: Do I need to be home?
A: No, but please make sure the windows and doors are closed, the driveway is clear of vehicles, water is on somewhere around the house and gates are accessable.

Q: What are the black dots on my siding?
A: The black dots on your siding are most likely spores from a ground growing fungus called Artillery Fungus (also know as Shotgun Fungus). This fungus is usually found growing in mulch around your home. The fungus shoots its spores into the air 15 to 20 feet. Once the spore hits your siding it attaches to it. Removing these spores is extremely difficult and time consuming. There are no known products that are effective in removing them. We cannot guarantee that these spores will be removed when we clean your siding. The best way to fight this problem is to remove your mulch and replace it with a different type of ground cover. If you are set on using a wood based product it is recommended you use mulch that is greater than 85% bark.

Q: Should I mulch or have the house washed first? And when should I have my windows washed?
A: Good question. Window washing should always be last. As far as mulching, we would prefer that be done before the house is washed. That way we can wash off the mulch and hand prints from the siding. No, our soft washing does not blow mulch out of beds. So...mulch then house wash then window washing.

Q: What do you guys do during the winter?
A: Our normal work year is March through November. December, January and February is reserved for data entry, equipment fixing/rebuilding, etc. or any type of meetings.