American Laundry Super Laundry is a cleaning franchise, and the biggest supplier of laundry equipment to commercial centers in the country. All of American Laundry Super Laundry’s items are top of the line and add reputability to Laundromats at affordable prices. The equipment is energy and cost efficient and comes from more than 30 popular brands including: Unimac, SpeedQueen, Lavatec Laundry Technologies, and Triton (Washex Design). American Laundry Super Laundry offers its customers assurance in knowing that its equipment has warranties and quick repair services. The company has a parts inventory worth over one million dollars, meaning that it almost always has whatever is necessary to fix a broken machine quickly.
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American Laundry Super Laundry Franchise Opportunities - Information
American Laundry Super Laundry makes opening a laundromat simple. In addition to providing the franchisee with equipment, American Laundry Super Laundry also helps him or her select a location and aid with construction, trains him or her on the industry, and even puts together a grand opening event.
American Laundry Super Laundry Franchise Opportunities - History
For over thirty years, American Laundry Super Laundry has been selling laundry equipment and assisting new people get into the Laundromat business. American Laundry Super Laundry’s presence can now be seen in eight different states.
American Laundry Super Laundry Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / American Laundry Super Laundry Franchise Income
Investment amounts vary depending on the type and quality of Laundromat the franchisee is trying to establish. Generally, a $250,000 investment is required, but the total investment can range from $200,000 to $1,000,000.
American Laundry Super Laundry Business Opportunities: Other Information
When American Laundry Super Laundry learns of available speculative locations that are good for Laundromats (particularly spots that were once Laundromats), it alerts potential franchisees of the opportunity to turn the location into a successful laundry business.
The laundry industry is considered recession-proof as people need to continue washing their clothes, and will therefore cut costs elsewhere. Research shows that Laundromats succeed best in areas that are densely populated by lower middle class people of color. People who rent apartments or property are far less likely to own their own washer and dryer.