When outfitting a multi-housing laundry room with commercial washers and dryers or replacing old equipment, there is research to be done to ensure you’re making decisions that are beneficial for your residents and cost-efficient for you.
There are multiple factors that can go into the cost of a commercial washing machine. These can include the seller you’re buying from, the brand you’re considering, and the model you’re interested in; for example, choosing between front load washers vs. top load washers.
Here is a general breakdown of the pricing for popular commercial washing machine brands:
When you’re a property owner or manager of multi-housing facilities, filling a shared space with laundry machinery can get expensive. We are happy to inform you that it doesn’t have to be that way.
At Caldwell & Gregory, we provide the best commercial washing machines for lease so you don’t have to worry about purchasing new equipment. In fact, you can have top-quality Maytag, Speed Queen and Whirlpool coin- or card-operated washers and dryers professionally installed at no cost to you. Plus, our dedicated team of technicians will take care of the regular maintenance and repairs, so you can manage your laundry room knowing you’re providing your guests or residents with reliable equipment. There are even opportunities available to earn an income through our revenue share program.
If you’d like to learn more about washer and dryer leasing with Caldwell & Gregory, send an email to [email protected], call us at 877.784.6100 or complete the proposal form here. Our team of knowledgeable experts will be ready to set you up with the best commercial laundry machines and dryers for your shared laundry room.
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