Cost Comparison: Vended Laundry Equipment vs. Residential, Part Three

laundromat in NCHave you ever wondered how much it costs to wash and dry clothes at home versus at the laundromat? Sometimes, people who wash and dry at home never consider using a laundromat. Other times, it's the opposite. Some people don't want to own their own unit at home. No matter what your personal preference is, it's a good idea to take a look at the cost comparison of washing and drying at home versus the laundromat. If you're interested in opening a laundromat in NC or SC, call T & L Laundry Equipment. From new equipment to in-house financing, we can help you every step of the way!

In our previous blog, we talked about the costs of vended laundry equipment compared to residential washers and dryers. After thinking about this cost difference, you might realize that washing and drying at home isn't as inexpensive as you may have thought.

Of course, it’s impossible to purchase a washer or a dryer that could stand up to what is found in the laundromat for a reasonable price. Especially considering most homeowners don't need to have equipment that is so durable and long lasting. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t choose to use the laundromat anytime you need to wash your clothing.

In addition to the longevity of the lifespan as well as efficiency in cleaning, vended laundry equipment uses much less water and energy than residential equipment. For those that are interested in preserving our planet and hope to spend time doing their part to cut down on water and energy use, this is a great way to pitch in.

Even more, it takes around 600 uses to break even on a washer and dryer purchase for the home. That means, those that aren't washing a lot of loads and/or items per week might find that it's much cheaper to save the money on a residential washer and dryer and opt to use a laundromat.

New and Used Equipment for Laundromat in NC

Opening a laundromat in NC is more than just buying washers and dryers. It’s more than putting them in a building and hanging an “open” sign up. There are costs, competitors, and pitfalls. Because of this, those choosing to open a new business deserve to work with the best.

T & L takes the time to seek what's best for our customers. That means finding a longer warranty for machines, going above and beyond in helping out with troubleshooting, repairing, and even researching problems that need a fix. We work to save consumers time, effort, and money. Our hands-on approach allows us to not only provide a turnkey laundromat but to also help install, maintain, repair, and teach you to use the equipment. If you’re ready to start a new venture opening a laundromat in NC, contact us.

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