While it may cost more upfront to invest in a brand-new machine, there are other hidden costs of keeping an old machine that can actually make it the more expensive option. As with any robust machine, commercial laundry equipment will require repairs from time to time. However, there will come a time when the repairs…

There are many elements that come together to deliver the best performance from your dryer. Two critical elements are the dryer’s positioning and its exhaust ducting. Dryers require power, gas (commonly), air in and air out, which evidently requires a number of connections. Therefore, dryers are best placed as close as possible to a wall…

Most business managers are across the importance of having their laundry equipment serviced regularly. Even if you’re not meticulous about maintenance (although we highly encourage you should be), your machine will alert you when something isn’t quite right. Whether it’s an error code that appears on the monitor, or a new sound starts to emit,…

All clothes dryers operate in the same way. Air is drawn into the dryer, which is then heated to warm the clothes inside to remove moisture. An electrically powered drum tumbles the clothes the moisture is collected and vented out. The difference between gas and electric dryers is the energy used to create the heat.…