First and foremost, you need to know that your uniforms can hold up to the tough work you and your co-workers do every day. Uniforms that aren’t up to par can tear frequently and can even be a safety hazard depending on the situation. Your uniform supplier should stand behind their products, so you feel confident they’ll keep your team looking good and safe.
And we don’t mean only the amount at the start of the agreement. Some uniform rental companies wow customers with unrealistically low prices just to raise them upwards of 40 percent when it’s all said and done. Your uniform company should offer you a fair price and stick to it. And if an increase has to happen, they should be upfront with you about it and explain their reasoning. Watch the video below to learn how we provide fair and value-based pricing for our customers.
The difference between an experienced uniform company and an inexperienced one is knowledge of your industry. When a company has been around for a long time, they know exactly what type of uniforms your business needs (you won’t end up with hi-vis when you need restaurant aprons). So there’s no guesswork or trial and error. Typically older companies have seasoned employees who know their jobs inside out making your relationship so much better.
Local and Family Owned
We wrote more extensively about this in our local vs. national uniform companies article, but the advantages of partnering with a local company are clear. Local and family-owned uniform companies offer more personalized service, honest pricing, timely responses to problems and they live and work in the same area you do.
Did you read this article and think “how am I going to find a uniform company with all of those attributes?” If so, you’re in luck. With over 46 years of experience in the industry, we are a family owned uniform company with top quality products and service. Contact us today to learn more about how we can serve you or read our comprehensive uniform service guide for more info.
Connor is the Director of Marketing at Rentwear Inc. and writes about how uniform, floor mat and linen service can help your company.Connor Clay