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3 Ways to Control Hotel Operating Costs

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There are many different factors that contribute to high operating costs in a hotel, so it can be difficult to identify areas where savings are possible.   Read More

Topics: Hotel Laundry Costs

On-Premise Laundry vs. Outsourcing: A Cost Comparison

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There aren't many areas where hotels can outsource. At its core, the value of a hotel rides on the level of attentiveness, service, and convenience it can provide guests—and it is remarkably difficult to provide convenient service when the service is not, in fact, on the premises.  That may be why so many properties latch on to laundry outsourcing. In theory, outsourcing your laundry saves your property time, effort, and most importantly, money. But how much are you really saving in the long run?  Read More

Topics: Hotel Laundry Costs

How to Tell if Your Hotel Laundry Equipment Should be Replaced

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When faced with a piece of broken or aging laundry equipment, every hotel manager is presented with the same question: Repair or replace?   Read More

Topics: Hotel Laundry Costs

In-House Hotel Laundry Benefits You Should Know About

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In today's competitive hospitality market, guests are looking for hotels to provide more than just a place to sleep. Hotels are adding services, investing in on-premise dining and entertainment, and generally offering more for guests in-house.  Read More

Topics: Hotel Laundry Costs

Cut Hotel Laundry Operational Costs with Sbeadycare

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For any business, controlling costs is an important issue. Being able to regulate spending to create steady, predictable expenses helps business owners establish their total cost of doing business and makes financial planning easier.  Read More

Topics: Hotel Laundry Costs, Sbeadycare

IoT Improves Sustainability in Laundry Operations

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Buzz about the Internet of Things (IoT) is everywhere, and many companies are trying to figure out how their devices can connect to the Internet in a smart way to bring new benefits to users. For instance, the Nest smart thermostat has become a poster child for the Internet of Things, spurring Google to acquire Nest Labs for $3.2 billion in early 2014.  Read More

Topics: Hotel Laundry Costs, IoT

Controlling Laundry Operational Costs in Hotels, Drycleaners, and Industrial Laundries

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For any business, controlling costs is an important issue. Being able to regulate spending to create steady, predictable expenses helps business owners establish their total cost of doing business and makes financial planning easier. However, regulating costs can be particularly difficult for commercial laundry operations, especially for variables such as detergent and other consumables. The amount of capital you spend on consumables is usually difficult to predict, as the amount of chemical you use changes depending on the soil level of the items you wash and the number of loads of laundry you process in a month.  Read More

Topics: Commercial Laundry, Dry Cleaning Industry, Hospitality Industry, Industrial Laundry, Hotel Laundry Costs