The world of Laundry Parts can be difficult to navigate. A lot of times parts are discontinued and replaced with new part numbers. It can also be hard to decide on whether to go with a Genuine OEM part versus a more affordable generic version. It is important for business owners and technicians to have a resource to help with trouble shooting issues and questions about equipment or parts. There are many factors to consider including which brand, which part, how much it will cost, and how long will it last until it has to be replaced again.
If you’re thinking about outsourcing your linens and uniforms, you’re probably weighing the pros and cons. Is it worth it to work with a commercial laundry?
In order to make the best decision, it’s important to dispel some common commercial laundry myths that might have you worried about taking the plunge.
While the classic laundromat has been a common American staple for decades, they are now in recession. In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of laundry facilities has declined by nearly 20% since 2005.
Why is this happening and what could it mean for your business?
Let’s discuss why laundromats are disappearing in large numbers and how, as a business owner, you can find alternate ways to ensure clean linens and uniforms for your customers and employees. Read more
No matter your industry, it’s likely you deal with the woes of storage and organization, especially when it comes to your linens, towels and uniforms. You have your business to run, but you also can’t leave your laundry strewn across your establishment.
Resorts are a great way to escape and relax from the hectic lifestyle. People often prefer to go to the resorts to refresh their body and soul. Your guests often judge your establishment by the cleanliness of your bed linen, towels, table linens, floor mats, and uniforms of your employees.
Resort Laundry Services provide local convenience and the quick turn around of quality products. Clean, pressed linens, laundered with the proper amounts of starch are qualities your hotel guests will surely notice. Excellent stain release and fade resistant chemicals are factors your customers might not notice, but your staff surely will. Proper laundry care will also reduce the amount of new linen you need to purchase over time. Crisp whites and sharp colors will make staying in your resort different from the other local hotels and resorts who are just trying to “keep up with the linen load”.