Dexter Laundry to assist with hurricane recovery efforts

Dexter Laundry is working with its distributors in Florida, Texas, and the Gulf Coast to help laundry owners recover from recent storms.

“To everyone affected by the recent hurricanes, please know that the thoughts and prayers of the entire Dexter Laundry team are with you, your families, and your communities,” Craig Kirchner, president of Dexter Laundry, said in a statement. “Thankfully, our distributors in each of these communities were back in operation quickly and have begun the important process of helping our customers rebuild.”

The Dexter technical support team is working directly with the company's authorized distributors in affected communities to provide service tips to help assess and repair any damage. Each of Dexter's distributors is also fully stocked with the parts needed to get operations back up and running.

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“Many of our customers simply need time to start the rebuilding process," Kirchner said. "We are working with individuals to repair product where necessary and also offering delayed loan payments to help our customers focus on getting their operations back up and running as quickly as possible."

Dexter Laundry also released the following statement to the hospitality industry: "Our hearts are with the Florida, Texas, and Gulf Coast community during this difficult time. We urge you to call your local distributor or our Dexter Technical Support team for assistance."

While weather situations are often unpredictable, in the case of flooding, some simple preparations can help a laundry operation weather the storm. Dexter also reached out to its distributors with basic suggestions for preparing equipment for a storm.

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