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New Locations Popping Up for HappyNest

Laundries in several states add brand’s pickup/delivery service

EAST GREENWICH, R.I. — Tech-enabled laundry pickup and delivery service HappyNest continues to expand, announcing in recent weeks that its services are now available in new locations in several states.

Port City Cleaners, owned by Amber Knott, has brought the service to Mobile and Baldwin counties in Alabama. Knott owns six laundromat locations, and her facility located on Merwina Avenue in Mobile is fulfilling HappyNest pickup and delivery laundry orders. The 3,000-square-foot location has 40 highly efficient washers and 30 dryers, and thus is capable of handling a high volume of laundry. HappyNest in Mobile is serving various towns, including Chunchula, Axis, Satsuma, Daphne, Foley, and Bayou la Batre, among others.

Legacy Laundry, located in Tacoma, Washington, is now serving HappyNest customers in various towns in Pierce County, including Vaughn, University Place, Puyallup and Sumner, among others. Owned by Michael Welker, HappyNest describes Legacy Laundry as “a multi-race, multi-gender, family-owned business based in the South Puget Sound region of Washington state. Its team prides itself on offering the safest, cleanest energy-efficient laundromat in the area.”

Zap Laundry’s 4,000-square-foot facility in Jersey City, New Jersey, is bringing HappyNest’s service to residents and businesses in the area, including Bayonne, Hoboken, Weehawken, Union City, West New York and Secaucus. Owner Andrew Sinetar’s business houses 52 high-efficiency washers and 48 dryers. The management team has over 15 years of laundromat experience.

North Carolina has its first HappyNest partner in Wendover Wash N Dry, a 2,000-square-foot laundromat in Charlotte that is owned by David May. The facility houses 29 washers and 25 dryers, and is known for its quality services, exceptional efficiency, and the highest level of professionalism, according to May.

HappyNest added Arizona to its growing list of states via new partner Wingfoot Laundromat, located in Chandler. The service is also available in Gilbert, Mesa, Queen Creek and Tempe. Wingfoot’s 3,000-square-foot Chandler Boulevard location has been in operation for five years. It’s equipped with 38 washers and 34 dryers.

Amigo Wash and Dry in Fort Worth, Texas, has brought HappyNest service to customers throughout Tarrant County, including the cities of Arlington, Grapevine, Hurst and others. The 5,500-square-foot laundry owned by Aman Shaikh houses 58 washers and 60 dryers.

Douglas and Johnson counties in Kansas now have access to HappyNest pickup and delivery thanks to new partner Lawrence Laundromat. Owner Ross Razak’s 4,000-square-foot store in Lawrence has 38 washers and 35 dryers and is installing an ozone sanitization system.

HappyNest says it works with local, efficient laundromat partners who are meeting the demand for pickup and delivery laundry services, while utilizing machines during slower times, subsequently boosting sales.