Doing Your Own Commercial Laundry Is Really Out of Fashion

Big enterprises like hospitals, medical clinics, universities, and schools generate a lot of laundry here in the New England states of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Maine. Back in the olden days — most of them handled their laundry “in house,” and some still do. Outsourcing commercial laundry is the way to go in the 21st century. That requires a dedicated, up-to-date laundry facility with staff to run it. Add water bills and energy costs, and the DIY approach to commercial laundry stops saving you money.

Doing your commercial laundry in-house has other drawbacks, too, If you don’t use the latest systems, you may damage the environment. And, if your laundry staff has to self-isolate due to COVID-19 your facility may not be able to produce the same amount of clean linens and uniforms. Without the necessary gear, your doctors, nurses, dentists, and receptionists won’t have what they need to do their jobs.

Smart Operations Outsource Their Laundry To Crown

Smart operations outsource their laundry and commercial uniform requirements to Crown Uniform & Linen, because we’re the foremost commercial laundry service in Massachusetts. With Crown, you never have to worry about whether you’ll have enough clean linens and uniforms. You can focus your energy on more important things — like running your business.

We’re the Sustainable Choice for Commercial Laundry Service

As the leading commercial laundry service in Massachusetts, Crown has invested in the latest technology and systems. For example, our Norchem Ceramic Filtration system recycles wastewater, which is great for the environment — and reduces our water bill! The chemical-free, eco-friendly system will save 4,680,000 gallons of water every year.

Our rainwater collection system further reduces our environmental impact, allowing us to collect and clean rainwater to use in the laundry. Every inch of rain produces 52,000 gallons of water. We also re-use our wire hangers, collecting them and cleaning them so they don’t end up in a landfill.

If you’re still doing your laundry in-house, it’s time to explore the possibility of outsourcing it to Crown. It makes economic sense. It’s better for the environment, and you’ll be able to sit back and relax, knowing your laundry will be scrupulously cleaned and delivered back to you every week.