Hotel Laundry Equipment

  1. How To Reduce Slips and Falls at Your Laundromat

    How To Reduce Slips and Falls at Your Laundromat

    We’ve previously discussed safety at your laundromat in terms of theft and vandalism, but what about slips and falls? Slips and falls account for over 1 million hospital emergency room visits each year, according to the National Floor Safety Institute. Laundromats are, unfortunately, full of potential hazards. Water on the floor, soap spills, dropped clothes, and loose tiles or carpeting are all hazards, especially as people are carrying baskets and bundles of laundry and not looking down. If there is anything in the way that shouldn’t be there, you can almost guarantee they’ll slip or trip over it. No business owner wants to deal with legal issues and settlements, so it’s best to be proactive. There a

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  2. Easy Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Laundry Equipment In Top Shape

    Easy Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Laundry Equipment In Top Shape

    Too often OEM Laundry Parts get questions and service calls regarding issues with equipment that could have been prevented had the machines been properly maintained and taken care of. With the day to day responsibilities of running your business, maintaining your commercial laundry equipment may be low on the list of priorities. However, it shouldn’t be. No matter whether you operate a vended laundry business, multi-housing facility, or a business with on-premise laundry equipment, there are people that depend on your washers and dryers. In case you forgot:

    • Broken down and out-of-order machines can’t be used by customers or employees, which means you’re losing money and disappointing patrons.
    • Repairs and replacement parts can be costly. Ongoing maintenance can help detect and prevent minor issues before they become big problems.   
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  3. 3 Ways to Up Your Laundromat’s Game

    3 Ways to Up Your Laundromat’s Game

    With almost 30,000 coin laundries in the United States, it can be hard to set yourself apart. Success in the laundry industry comes with offering what other businesses can’t and going against the grain. If you’re ready to up your game and see increased success at your laundry business, keep reading. We’re diving into some of the ways you can take your laundromat to the next level.

    1) Expand services.

    If you’re feeling stagnant or not seeing the success you want, expanding your services is a great way to up your game and delight your customers. While you can get creative, when it comes offering additional services, there are really two main directions you can go — additional laundry services or a hybrid-style laundromat.


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