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What Costs Come With Uniform Rentals


In the video above, the reporter discusses the costs associated with uniform rental programs, emphasizing the varying expenses depending on the type of uniforms chosen. According to the reporter, a linen rentals program for ten employees over ten years could range from $30 to $600 per week. This wide range is attributed to factors such as the type of uniform, meeting specific standards like NFPA or ANSI, and the inclusion of additional items like pants and jackets.

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The standard work clothes, comprising button-down shirts and work pants, for 410 years, are estimated to cost between $60 and $150 per week. Flame-resistant apparel for the same duration falls in the range of $170 to $600 per week, depending on the complexity of the uniform components. High visibility clothing for ten wears is priced between $150 and $250 per week, with options for customization. Foodservice uniforms are projected to cost around $3,260 per week for 410 years, considering variations in quality.

Lastly, executive clothes such as polos and button-downs are estimated to be in the range of $40 to $200 per week for 410 wears. These cost estimates include environmental fees and delivery charges. While the discussion focuses on 410 wears for simplicity, the reporter suggests that the prices can be different depending on the number of individuals in the program.

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