With millions of people practicing restrictive stay-at-home measures across Arizona, WashClub, a national app-based laundry service, is launching its services in the Phoenix metropolitan area. With operations already established in New York City, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, Miami, Dallas, Los Angeles and San Francisco, the owners are excited to bring this convenient service to Phoenix residents.
“Laundry continually ranks among the most despised household chores and tops charts as the most time-consuming task, according to multiple national consumer surveys,” said Nick Rawlins, Chief Operations Officer at WashClub Phoenix. “During this stressful time, with families forced to homeschool while working from home, everyone is being challenged to new levels. That’s why we wanted to step in to help. While we can’t do everything, we can take care of laundry.”
Rawlins works with WashClub Phoenix President and Founder David Susank.
As consumers are quarantined during the COVID-19 pandemic, homeschooling and work from home tasks continue to impact households. WashClub Phoenix is stepping up by giving busy professionals and stressed parents the opportunity to delegate this time-consuming task and still enjoy peace of mind that laundry is being done for you with the utmost care and sanitation.
“At WashClub Phoenix, we are foremost committed to the safety and well-being of our customers and staff,” added Rawlins. “As we continue to monitor and follow guidance from public health officials, we want to remind everyone that laundry, by nature, is a sanitizing process. Through washing clothes, we eliminate pathogens, germs, mold and many viruses, including coronavirus. At WashClub Phoenix, we are taking extra measures to make sure our workers are protected and that all of our surfaces are sanitized.”
WashClub Phoenix is powered by a mobile app or available by booking a pickup via the company’s website. Customers can request service in most Phoenix-area zip codes and will receive their clean, folded laundry back within 24 hours.
According to Rawlins, launching on National Laundry Day, April 15th, was a strategy the company had in mind prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. “It was a great way to celebrate the launch of a much-needed service,” he stated. “Today’s environment gives us an extra reason why we need to be here for the residents of Phoenix.