The award-winning, on-demand laundry app, Laundrapp will expand its service across the whole of Manchester and launch in Stockport and Cheshire today, giving local residents and those shielding an easy, safe way to manage their laundry and dry cleaning with free, contactless collection and delivery.
To celebrate the launch, local residents will be entered into a prize draw when they book their first collection to win £250 of laundry and dry cleaning credit – the equivalent of three months of laundry loads. New customers will also receive 40% off any £40 laundry or dry cleaning order until midnight on 31st January 2021.
Allan Warburton, Managing Director of Laundrapp, said, “We’re excited to expand the reach of Laundrapp to Stockport and Cheshire today, allowing residents to experience the same on-demand laundry service that’s available to Manchester City Centre residents. In addition to launching in Stockport and Cheshire, we’re also expanding our existing service to offer delivery and collection for almost all Manchester postcodes.”
A favourite of celebrity influencers, over-stretched families and busy professionals, Laundrapp collects, launders and returns items to the home or office within 48-hours. The contact-free collection and delivery service cleans everything from suits, shirts and dresses to coats, baby clothes, bedding, towels, and other household items. Services include a simple wash, tumble dry and fold laundry service, a wash and iron service, or a premium dry cleaning service. It recently launched a 60C, hot wash laundry option, to help destroy germs and fight again COVID-19.
Laundrapp currently operates in 16 UK cities, with eco-friendly delivery slots and services for commercial and domestic clients.
Find out more at: https://laundrapp.com/
Laundrapp is an on-demand laundry and dry-cleaning app, operating across 16 UK cities and and continues to grow across the UK.
Laundrapp first opened its van doors in 2015 and emerged onto the mobile app scene with a bang. After winning a flurry of accolades, including App of The Year at The Startup Awards and Gold Winner at The Lovies (a tech award sponsored by Google), Laundrapp quickly expanded to cover dozens of towns and cities across England and Scotland.
In 2019, it merged with dry cleaning company, Zipjet, and in 2020 the combined business was snapped up by Inc & Co, a group collective that invests in and grows digital businesses.