Wash@Home is a revolutionary app that connects busy individuals with Laundry Heroes, enabling busy washees to offload their weekly laundry load, while simultaneously creating earning opportunities for anyone with their own laundry equipment or mode of transport.
This hassle-free laundry service enables washees to outsource their laundry, freeing up their valuable time for more important or enjoyable tasks. With attractive prices, flexible pick-up and delivery times and a quick turnaround, Wash@Home provides the ultimate service in terms of convenience and value.
Offloading your laundry load could not be simpler. Washees simply download the app, create an account, and start adding laundry items to their virtual basket. Once they are ready to complete the checkout process, they can choose the pick-up and delivery times and locations that best fit with their schedule before placing their order.
Today in America, the average household completes up to ten laundry loads every week. With a single load taking up to 87 minutes to complete from wash to dry, getting the laundry done can be a significant burden, eating into the working day and precious family time. Wash@Home saves the day for those who want to avoid the laundry day routine, helping them to save their valuable time by providing a simple to navigate app that enables them to outsource their laundry in just a few taps of the screen.
Wash@Home provides a variety of laundry services, including washing and drying, folding, hanging, ironing, and dry cleaning. The app accepts all credit and debit cards.
With no limit on the number of orders a washee can place and a minimum order spend of just $10, Wash@Home sets its tariffs according to the particular garment and the washee’s location. Washees can use the Wash@Home app to monitor the status of active orders. With a 48-hour turnaround time for ‘Normal’ services, washees also have the option of selecting an ‘Express’ service speed at an additional cost, reducing turnaround time to just 24 hours.
Wash@Home presents exciting opportunities for individuals with access to laundry equipment to become a Laundry Hero, saving the day for time-strapped parents and professionals, and enabling washers and couriers to earn extra cash in the process. Washers set their own schedule, taking as many or as few orders as they choose, making money on their own terms. Wash@Home’s simple to navigate app enables washers to track payments and cash out earnings smoothly, simply and securely.
With the potential to earn up to $1,500 a month (and it can be even more than this amount; the more a washer washes and provides extra services, the more money they can make), washers choose which laundry services they wish to provide, be it straightforward washing, drying, hanging and folding services, ironing, or even dry cleaning.
With no set limit on how many orders a washer can take per day, Wash@Home aims to provide washers with as much work as they can handle depending on their washing machine and dryer capacities and current active orders, placing the power in washers’ hands in terms of when to work and how many orders to take.Washers begin receiving orders as soon as their profile is approved, and also have the option to offer laundry delivery services too if they wish.
Wash@Home couriers collect and deliver laundry, lightening the load for busy washees. Anyone with their own transport – whether it is a car, van or bike – can earn impressive sums via the Wash@Home app.
Like washers, couriers earn on their own terms, setting their own schedule and accepting as many or as few delivery orders as they choose. Couriers can also earn up to $1,500 a month via the secure app (and it can be even more than this amount; the more orders a courier fulfills, the more they can earn), tracking payments and cashing out earnings when it suits them.
Couriers operate between 7am and 11pm, working early mornings, late evenings, or whichever hours suit them.
All Wash@Home washers and couriers must provide proof of employment authorization in the United States, have no criminal convictions, and be 18 years old or over.