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Space Needle
Over 10,000,000 pounds of garments and linens arrive at our facility every year—equal to the weight of Seattle's Space Needle!
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Enough mats pass through our doors each year to completely cover Disneyland.
Shirts Towels Woman Aprons
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We process enough towels to soak up an entire olympic sized swimming pool.
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15 Great Pyramids of Giza could be completely covered by the table cloths we clean each year.
United States
We hand-sort enough napkins a year to stretch across half of the United States.
Man Washing
Home Washer
Our largest washer can hold up to 900 pounds of clothes! That's over 90 times more than a home washer, yet we use less than 1/3 of the water per pound to do it.
Always ecologically conscious, our new filtration system reuses over 10,000,000 gallons of water per year, and reduces contaminants in our wastewater by 95%.
Shirts are washed at a steamy 165 degrees, making them hygienically clean.
White Linens Woman Drying
Home Dryer
Our dryers are large enough to equal the capacity of up to 60 home dryers in a single load.
Computers carefully monitor moisture during drying, and are programmed specifically to the garment type. For example, 10% moisture is left in shirts to aid the steaming and pressing process.
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Mending / Pressing
Every item is carefully inspected for mending issues like popped buttons, broken zippers and tears before a garment is delivered.
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Shirts are steamed at 275 degrees, leaving them wrinkle free and virtually bacteria-free.
Woman Delivery
Barcodes allow us, and our customers, to know where any garment is located at all times.
Screen Delivery
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These same barcodes help us to match items to the final customer, and to know which of our delivery routes they belong on.
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Our routes cover 75,000 square miles and travel 500,000 miles per year—enough to travel to the moon and back!
Delivery Route
Each delivery route travels about 400 miles per week—as wide as Washington state itself.
Delivery Truck Customer Customer Delivery
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We’ll schedule pick-ups and deliveries when, where and how you need them. In an emergency we’ll be there. That’s our idea of “Service When You Need It®”.
Washington Delivery
We deliver enough uniforms, shirts, pants, coveralls, and scrubs every year to cloth every man woman and child in Seattle Washington.
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We’ve worked smarter and harder for 70 years.

  1. The way we see it, you’re part of the family.

    Being a small, locally owned and operated family business is at the heart of our values. It shows in how we treat our staff, and in how we look after you. We’re not just selling you a service; our whole team is committed to helping you excel. So we take our promises seriously.

  2. Local business and always close by.

    Local means better, more personal service, but it doesn’t have to mean small. Our 75,000 sq. mi. Pacific Northwest market is supported by branch offices and a large service fleet. Our service fleet is always on the move and never very far away.

  3. Service when YOU need it.®

    We know that not all businesses are open 9 to 5 Monday through Friday. A lot of our customers' busiest times are evenings and weekends. That’s why we are on call in the evenings and all weekend. When you get busy or have an emergency we’ll be there. That’s our idea of “Service when YOU need it.®”

  4. No hidden costs means No Surprises.

    When we tell you our fee to meet your needs, there will be no surprises on the bill. With our No Surprises Billing & Inventory Plan®, you'll never pay an unexpected charge for unintentional loss & damage, garment prep, or standard names and emblems. And it won't cost you a fortune when you hire a new employee.

  5. Complete deliveries means No Surprises.

    When you tell us what you need, that’s what we’ll deliver every time. With our
    No Surprises Billing & Inventory Plan®, never experience a shortage again for non-garment items. With our system, we make sure you have what you need to be successful, without worrying about shortages or miscounts.

  6. You can leave the details to us.

    You don’t have to buy uniforms for a new hire, replace a damaged mat, or store seasonal table linens. We’ll supply what you need when you need it, customize it as required, store it when it’s not in use, keep it clean and in good repair, and replace it when you need something new. We just make it easy.

  7. Your needs define our schedule.

    Whether it’s invoicing or service delivery, we line up our systems with yours. We’ll set up your account to bill you the way you want it. We can automatically bill credit cards or receive direct deposits. We’ll schedule pick-ups and deliveries when, where and how you need them. That’s our idea of “Service when you need it.®”

  8. High tech with a personal touch.

    If you call our office during business hours, a real person answers the phone. After that, it’s high tech all the way. We use bar codes and RFID chips, so we can tell you where each item is. From our computer designed delivery routes to our inventory control system, our use of technology means lower rates and reliable service.

  9. A clean environment is important to us.

    We’ve halved our water consumption and cut our natural gas consumption by 25%. We remove 95% of pollutants from our waste water, and we recycle our textile products to get the most possible use out of them. You can use our services in the sure knowledge that you’re not adding to pollution or landfill.

  10. Local family business with national reach.

    If you have locations outside of our service area, we have a network of other family owned businesses that can service the entire United States. No getting stuck with the service level a national chain provides. You can get the same great family owned service and pricing for all your locations.

An extensive lineup of products and services.

Floor Mats Our goal is to keep you looking and feeling good.

The way we see it, some things should be taken for granted. Comfortable, well-designed uniforms ready to wear when your employees need them. Clean, safe, attractive floor mats, fresh towels and aprons, attractive linen on the tables when you put on an event. All these small but important details are basic to who you are and how you do things. But of course they don’t just happen on their own–they take foresight, organization and care. That’s where we come in.

And that’s why the quality of our products, the timing of our service, and the way we run our business is all about you. Your needs come first as we work around your schedule. You can count on us to ensure that you have what you need, when you need it, in a condition that does you proud.

Don’t just take our word for it—ask our customers what they think of us.

U.S. Linen & Uniform

We have been extremely pleased to work with U.S. Linen and Uniform. Thank you so much for being so reliable so that towels, linens and rugs are not something that we even have to think about…we always know that we can count on you to take care of them!

-The Mason Jar
U.S. Linen & Uniform

U.S. Linen and Uniform recently worked with one of our departments to set up a coverall program for employees. I was extremely impressed at how easy the process was, making sure every employee was fitted properly for their needs. Their low costs, great service and commitment to be environmentally-friendly are the things that make them stand out as a great supplier.

-Keyes Fibre Corporation
U.S. Linen & Uniform

Partnerships become strong when each side respects the strengths and limitations of the relationship. U.S. Linen and Uniform has become our strongest partner, making adjustments to adapt to our growing (and changing) business.

-The Lake House at Chelan
U.S. Linen & Uniform

We find U.S. Linen and Uniform and its employees to be prompt and courteous as well as offering reasonable pricing. We are very happy with the services and are looking forward to a long business relationship.

-Overhead Door Co. of Yakima

Locally owned and operated to better serve you.

  • Richland — Headquarters

    1106 Harding St
    Richland, WA 99352

  • Yakima

    115 West D St
    Yakima, WA 98902

  • Moses Lake

    920 E Wheeler
    Moses Lake, WA 98837

  • Spokane

    3012 N Sullivan Road, Suite E
    Spokane Valley, WA 99216

  • Pendleton

    514 SW Emigrant
    Pendleton, OR 97801

Keeping the planet clean is important, too.

We take our commitment to the environment seriously, and our community has recognized our success. In 2012 we won two environmental awards – the City of Richland Green Business of the Year award, and an Association of Washington Business Environmental Excellence Award. We’re also one of the first companies certified by the Textile Rental Services Association as a “Clean Green Company”. We’ve done everything we can to ensure that our business is as green as possible, and we’re committed to holding our place among the most environment-friendly industrial launderers in the Pacific Northwest.

Going Green

Less waste water–and it’s cleaner than city water.

We invested heavily in a state-of-the-art wastewater treatment system that has cut our water usage by 50%. This adds up to more than 10 million gallons of water saved each year, and because the recycled water is already heated we’ve also cut our natural gas consumption by 25%.

The system cleans our waste water so thoroughly that the water we reuse is cleaner than the water we get from the city, and even the water we discharge has 95% of the impurities removed.

Going Green

Computer-controlled use of chemicals.

The kind of laundering we do demands tough cleaning chemicals, but we use these responsibly and without waste. The mix of chemicals used is controlled by means of a sophisticated computer program, to ensure that every load of laundry receives exactly the mix needed for optimal cleaning. On top of that, all of the chemicals we use are non-NPE (NonylPhenol Ethoxylates). In addition the main detergent we use, Eclipse, meets the stringent requirements for the US EPA’s DfE (Design for the Environment) program.

Going Green

Careful planning cuts our fuel consumption.

We have a fleet of 60 vehicles to service our 2,500 customers spread across a 75,000 square mile territory. That’s a lot of traveling! But we use sophisticated transportation software that is designed to optimize our service personnel’s driving routes. This lets us save money on fuel costs and helps us consistently deliver on-time to you, our customers.

We don't just work here. This is our community.

We've been a part of this great community since our inception 70 years ago, and we've been investing in it ever since. Service is one of our most central values, and that extends to our community involvement. Whether it's a financial investment in a school or hospital, or keeping our local league uniforms clean, we are intentional about giving back. Here are some of the local programs we've supported:

Going strong for four generations, and counting.

In 1901, laundry and dry cleaning entrepreneur, John Stoller, started working in a tailor shop in Portland. One of the first things he did was to burn a hole in a pair of pants he was pressing. Luckily it got better from there. In April 1901 he moved to Walla Walla to work doing alterations and pressing. Only 3 months later, July 9, 1901 he purchased the business. Thus, the Stoller Cleaning Club was born, which later became the Pantorium. 

In the late 1910’s, one of his sons, Harvey Stoller started working in the business. He would drive a horse and wagon to all the farms around Walla Walla picking up and delivering laundry. In the 1930's Harvey went to dry cleaning school in Allentown, PA and then worked on the east coast for several years before returning to Walla Walla.

In the early 1940’s Harvey Stoller saw an opportunity in the dusty, bustling boom town of Richland. Harvey applied for the federal contract to provide laundry and dry cleaning service to the Hanford workers. Harvey’s 30 years of experience and his innovations in running the Pantorium gave him the edge to win the federal contract. On August 14, 1944 he opened Richland Laundry & Dry Cleaning, one of the first privately-owned businesses in Richland, which later became U.S. Linen & Uniform.

Since then, we have continued to expand our service area and grow. Today, our workforce is well over 100 people, we have around 2,500 customers, and we serve an area spanning about 75,000 square miles. We’ve invested heavily in machinery and technology – we have washers that can handle up to 900 lbs. of laundry at a time.

But some things haven’t changed. U.S. Linen & Uniform is still a family business, and Harvey Stoller’s grandson runs the company. Our core values – commitment to service and quality – are as solid now as they were when we first opened the business.

Let's talk about how we can meet your needs.

Give us a call.

  • Tri-Cities

    509 946.6125

  • Spokane

    509 624.0808

  • Toll Free

    888 875.4636

U.S. Linen and Uniform offers after hours service in the evenings and on weekends. Call us at our regular phone number, when you reach our voice mail system:

  • Press 1 for service needing immediate attention.
  • Press 2 for service that may be taken care of on the next regular business day.
  • Press 3 for all other service and sales needs.

Any call after 9:00 PM will be responded to the next day.

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