Many businesses approach their laundry in an ad-hoc way, choosing to focus on more important parts of their company and thinking that they’ll save money. While for small businesses this attitude can work well enough, there are much easier ways to handle uniforms, linens, and hygienic supplies than to try to do it all yourself.
Delegating the processing of your laundry to a dedicated service doesn’t just make financial sense; it also makes operational sense. No longer do business managers have the worry of how they’ll organize their laundry in the back of their mind or have to deal with keeping up standards. Instead, they can leave as much (or as little) of it in the hands of someone else, and rarely have to think of it again.
The only difficult choice you’ll have to make is the first one: Which laundry services will your business actually need? Every business is unique, and so are its laundry requirements. Some companies might need specific branding but only a couple of uniforms per year, while others could go through dozens of generic uniforms every week. You might have to comply with strict cleanroom requirements, or you might just need to refresh your uniforms every now and again.
Not sure what you’ll need from your laundry and uniform supply company? This infographic is the perfect place to start!