When you’re running a laundromat, it can be easy to fall into a routine. The challenge is not falling into a rut. If you’re worried your store is getting a little rough around the edges, or your income isn’t what it used to be, it might be time to reevaluate your laundromat and restore your competitive edge.
Your profit rests in the quality and performance of your machines. Replacement can be intimidating and the factors that influence the decision to replace will be different for every store. Those “whys” can tell you a lot about how you can best approach the replacement process—whether you should be considering a full retool or would benefit from a stepped approach, and what […]
Washers and dryers are the lifeblood of a laundromat business. The Coin Laundry Association (CLA) conducted a survey to discover laundromat owners’ attitudes, perceptions, and strategies with regard to the replacement of washers and dryers in their businesses.
Are you a building owner looking to create a new revenue stream for your apartment complex or multi-housing facility? If so, consider making a long-term investment in the property by offering on-site laundry.
Whether you currently own a laundromat, are looking to start a laundromat business, or own a multi-housing property, there is a payment option for you.
At Lakeside Laundry, a big part of what we do is help entrepreneurs and investors start their own laundromats. We’ve written often about laundromats as a flexible, easy-to-start and high-ROI business and how we can help with every step of design and construction. Because I’m also a part owner of two laundromats, I can attest to that.
Is your washing machine washed up? Is your dryer burning out? If so, it’s time to consider an upgrade. But before you dish out money on brand-new laundry equipment, you first have to figure out what you need your machines to accomplish.
Looking for a reliable investment opportunity that’s easy to start, flexible, and cash-generating? Starting a laundromat business might be for you.
Improving your laundromat not only makes customers happier, but it may mean more money to your bottom line.
For a long time, coin-operated laundromats were just that – strictly coin-operated. Customers either brought in bags of quarters to a store to use the washers and dryers, or they used the change machine inside the store. There was no confusion or difference of opinion on the currency used to pay for laundry services.