5 signs your business needs an on-site laundry system

Access to clean laundry is fundamental to your business. But keeping your costs down and your laundry in pristine condition can be challenging if you rely on domestic machines or an outsourced supplier.

If you’re starting to encounter problems with your current operation, then it might be time to think about investing in an on-site professional laundry system.

Not sure if you need one just yet? Take a look at these tell-tale signs, if any of them sound familiar, then chances are you could do with bringing your laundry operations back on site:

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  1. Your outside supplier is costing you a fortune

Like with any outsourced supplier, it’s a fact of life that their prices will increase over time, steadily eating away at your profits. Whereas an in-house laundry is an investment and before long, you’ll have made a return on the initial cost – saving yourself considerable amounts in the long-run.

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  1. You’re regularly running short of clean laundry

This suggests that either your current machines don’t have the capacity or your outsourced supplier isn’t keeping up with demand. Either way, switching to an in-house laundry system will allow you to create your own schedule and wash what you need when you need to, meaning you’ll never be caught short again.

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  1. Your linen is being returned damaged or lost

Outsourcing your laundry is risky business. You can’t guarantee that you’ll get your exact linen returned to you, as it can easily get mixed up with other clients’ laundry. An on-site laundry allows you to care for your own laundry, helping to ensure your linen is always in the very best condition for your customers and doesn’t go missing.

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  1. Your laundry loads are increasing

If your business is growing and your load sizes are increasing, it’s probably time to consider upgrading to a professional system. All machines have a maximum capacity, so if you’re using domestic machines, you could start to run into problems that could lead to serious breakdowns.

Our engineers work with you to create an efficient system that’s built around your specific laundry needs, saving you time and hassle struggling with an ineffective operation.

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  1. Sticking to someone else’s schedule is hindering yours

Whether your clean laundry is delivered every day or every week, hanging around for its arrival can cause costly delays to your business. The beauty of having your own on-premise laundry room is that your laundry fits around your business and not the other way around.

Our machines are easily operated with basic training, yet deliver professional results, meaning you don’t need to hire a specially trained employee to operate them.

Want to learn more about the benefits of doing your laundry on site? Read our blog ‘7 ways an in-house laundry system will benefit your business’ to find out.

If you’re considering investing in a new on-site laundry or want to upgrade your current machine(s), contact us to request your free site consultation.  Our engineers will assess your requirements and offer you advice to help you find the right system for your business.

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