Meeting the care sector’s laundry needs

Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Commercial laundry equipment distributor JLA recently launched an offer to provide care homes with a new laundry from as little as 24p per resident per day. The offer is for JLA’s Total Care package where, says JLA, clients receive highest quality washers and dryers with JLA’s “Service on Time – Or We Pay You” guarantee. The Total Care package also includes full laundry room planning and design services and staff training, all for an inflation proof, fixed monthly payment. In addition, JLA’s Ipso washers have a built-in Type ‘A’ air gap to fully comply with all water regulations for highest risk category 5 sites, and full medical specification complying with NHS guideline HSG (95)18. For a limited period customers can get this new laundry with nothing to pay until 2002. Speaking at the launch of the new campaign, JLA National sales manager Andrew Short urged all forward thinking care home owners to take a serious look at the offer. “In the nursing and residential care sector, the laundry has been identified a

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