Guide and Tips on How to Start a Laundry Business

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There are different kinds of business that you can establish in the Philippines. As Filipinos become busier with work and other activities, they often lack time to wash their clothes. Nonetheless, laundry shop comes to mind.

Once you hire services on laundry shop, you won’t have to worry about the washing, drying and ironing of clothes. All you have to do is give your clothes to them and come back later on. Because of that, starting a laundry business is proven as profitable venture.

If you are thinking of starting a laundry business, here are some things you need to consider to succeed in this business venture.

  1. Location

Like any other businesses, the location shall determine its success. Choose a location near apartments or condominiums. This will endure that you will have customers all the time.

  1. Equipment

Take note that when you venture a laundry business, see to it that you have the proper and appropriate equipment. You should be able to handle delicate clothes as they are highly valuable to your customers. Important equipment includes laundry nets, weighing scale and of course, washing machines.

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  1. Standard of Quality

Quality standard set by your customers is a must. Your laundry business won’t succeed unless you meet the quality standards of your customers. For newly opened laundry shops, impress your customers by providing a high quality of service. This is the surest way to gain their loyalty.

  1. Freebies

Who wouldn’t like freebies! Customers do not like hassle. Offer a free delivery to them and they will definitely recommend your laundry shop to their friends.

  1. Fill out inefficiencies

Two types of laundry shops are self-service and regular staff-care. If you choose the latter, you will need more working hands. Just to minimize the work and hassle, you can start by placing your washing machine next to your drier or keep track of your daily needs so you won’t waste your resources.

  1. Business Register

Don’t forget that every business in the Philippines needs to get registered. Go to the nearest Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) for your business name and business registration, respectively.

Now that you’ve known all the important things to consider when venturing laundry business, take a deep breath and start doing what needs to be done now!


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