Laundrylux Disaster Recovery For Midwest Laundries Affected By Flooding

Laundrylux has announced a disaster recovery program for coin laundry owners and on-premises laundry facilities affected by the devastating floods over the past few weeks. This program includes no payments for up to 120 days plus no interest up to 12 months and low fixed interest rates. In addition, Laundrylux will waive all application fees to help get their laundry-owner customers’ businesses back up and running as quickly as possible.

“Our hearts and prayers go out to the people in the mid-west affected by the recent floods,” states John Olsen, VP of Vended Sales for Laundrylux. “We understand how difficult it has been and we want to do our part to help. We are working with our local distributors to make it as affordable as possible for laundry owners – as well as businesses such as hotels, nursing homes, long term care, and other facilities – to get the equipment they need right away and get back on their feet.”

“Having lived through Super Storm Sandy, I understand how challenging it is to clean up after a flood,” shares Robert Hinojosa, Laundrylux Regional Business Development Manager. “I want our customers to know Laundrylux is here to help them get their businesses back up and running so they can focus on their families. I was born and raised in Texas, this is my home. It’s important to me personally to do whatever I can to help.”

Robert Hinojosa, Regional Business Manager for Laundrylux, is working directly with our local Electrolux and Wascomat distributors to make sure they get the equipment and financing they need to best serve their customers.

“Helping our customers get their businesses back in order is a top priority for me,” states Hinojosa.

If your existing laundry has been affected by the recent flooding, please call Robert directly to learn more:  Robert Hinojosa cell – (516) 491-5888 or

Or call Laundrylux at  (800) 645-2205


Laundrylux is closely monitoring all updates provided by the CDC and other public health agencies following the recent coronavirus outbreak. The safety and well-being of our employees, customers, and the community at large is our top priority in these critical times. Many major cities, counties, and states across the country have declared laundromats an “essential service” to ensure that communities have access to laundry facilities.

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