When your business produces laundry almost constantly it often seems like the simplest option is to send it to an outsourced laundry company.

But does this make the most sense for your business?

Having an in-house laundry system by-passes the need to be reliant on an external supplier, saving you time and money in the long run.

Here are 7 ways having an in-house laundry system will benefit your business:

  1. Reduce your outgoings

Whether you’re sending out laundry daily or weekly, the cost associated is going to make up a proportion of your monthly outgoings – month after month, year after year. Investing in an in-house laundry system dramatically reduces your monthly outgoings in the long run, helping to free up money for use elsewhere in the business.

  1. Long-term ROI

Although the initial cost associated with an in-house laundry system may feel daunting, the savings you make on your monthly outgoings will more than cover your investment in the long run.

Worried about the upfront investment? Don’t be. We offer flexible finance options to help you spread the cost over several months, making it a smooth transition.

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  1. Comply with industry regulations

Having a professional laundry system installed ensures that you stay compliant with the latest WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) regulations. Our trained engineers only install professional standard laundry equipment and we’ll work with you to maintain your equipment to ensure it stays compliant.

  1. Guarantee your laundry is cared for

Outsourcing your laundry means you have no control over how it is treated. An in-house laundry system means you can make sure your linen doesn’t suffer from unnecessary wear and tear, saving you money and keeping it pristine and hygienic.

  1. Ensure your linen isn’t mixed with other business’

While bulk-laundering, outsourced laundry companies will mix up linen from different clients. Having an in-house system enables you to maintain your own standards by ensuring you are only using your own linen.

  1. Maximise efficiency

Professional laundry equipment is designed to deliver maximum cleaning power for the least energy usage. This means you are able to wash what you need to, when you need to, without having to worry about uneconomical loads or long wash cycles.

  1. Don’t be let down by unreliable suppliers

With an in-house system, gone are the days of chasing after your delivery or dealing with delays that are out of your control. And if you choose a Comfort Care cover plan, any on-site breakdowns you may have will be dealt with within 8 hours of your call.

Think an in-house laundry system could save you time and money?  Arrange a free consultation today and we can help you design a system that is right for your business.