On-Premise Laundry Management
Rely on Crown Health Care Laundry Services for your Laundry Management needs. We make sure to deliver an accurate number of products to all of our customers. We also keep inventory of all of the sheets, towels, and uniforms. This way we know what linens your business lacks and needs to have replenished regularly. Eliminate the expensive costs associated with having an on-site laundry by letting us take care of it for you. The costs correlated with running a laundry can really add up and take time away from your business. Save money and time by letting us take care of it for you.
Top 10 Costs Of An On-Premise Laundry
- Laundry Production Payroll: Payroll costs for wages paid to hourly employees who handle linen, including laundry production, soiled sort, washroom, flatwork, ironing, tumble dry operation, etc. end up being quite costly. Laundry production takes up long, hard hours and paying for employees to work on these tasks will put a dent in your wallet.
- Management Payroll: Employees who handle linen inspection, linen control, janitorial services, machinery repairs and maintenance, and internal linen distribution.
- Employee Benefits: If your laundry workload becomes too much to handle, your business may have to resort to hiring new oncoming employees. Employee benefits include payment of social security, workers compensation, holidays, vacations, state unemployment, health insurance, union contributions, etc.
- Laundry Chemicals: In order to conduct the laundry production, the business needs to purchase detergents, alkalis, bleach, sour, fabric softener, antibacterial agents, starch, etc.
- Maintenance, Repair, And Parts Costs: Machine repair parts includes all lubricants, drive belts, iron pads and covers, tools, boiler treatment, and water softener salts. These supplies are necessary for keeping laundry machinery up and running.
- Utilities: Gas, electricity, fuel oil and water account for a large part of expenses.
- Taxes, Licenses & Permits: Taxes, licenses, and operating permits paid by the facility and allocated to laundry operations.
- Equipment Costs: Equipment experiences wear every time it is operated. Consider replacement costs for worn out products.
- Insurance / Other Business Expenses: In order to conduct laundry processes, it is important for businesses to acquire and expense insurance, lease charges, safety expenses, uniforms, training, and incur other expenses associated with the laundry.
- Lost Opportunity Costs: Probably the single most overlooked cost. Consider using the laundry and linen storage areas as revenue-producing areas instead.