Who Wears Coveralls?

A true set of coveralls covers the entire body from wrists to ankles, and sometimes comes with a hood as well. They are designed to be sturdy and can withstand the rigors of the work environment, and they are typically beige, blue, dark green, or another similar color which will not show dirt as readily. Many workers keep their coveralls in a work locker, sliding them over their day clothes and taking them off at the end of the day. 

Painters

Painting can be a messy job, but when you come prepared in your coveralls, you won’t have to worry about your clothes and skin being stained with paint. Along with protecting your clothes and skin can also save money, by not buying a new set of shirts every week. 

Fishermen

Wearing a pair of coveralls at sea could be lifesaving. With the dangers of heavy metal traps, spears, sharp fish fins, and sun exposure, and you need all the help you can get. Coveralls offer protection not just from the sun, but also from water and hook perforation. 

Manufacturing

Factories are a very dangerous place and wearing quality coveralls could be the difference between a hasty undressing or a trip to the emergency room. When you have extremely large machines working and churning, you can’t predict when something will fail or if a spark, flame, oil, or acids will jump onto factory employees. Being prepared for an incident by wearing coveralls could save a life. 

Ranchers

When working on a farm, clothing must be as ergonomic and work as hard as you do.  Multiple pockets, protection from stains and warmth are a few of the benefits coveralls provide for ranchers

Road Workers

Traffic, heat, sun, bugs, darkness, low-visibility, hazardous machinery, dust, and rushed deadlines make for some dangerous situations on the roadways. A reflective coverall for high visibility can make all the difference for a few reasons. With enhanced visibility coveralls, poor light conditions are made less dangerous. Workers are seen more easily by-passing vehicles and on-site operators. Coveralls also can protect from the sun, bugs, and other environmental hazards. 

Mechanics

When working in the service bay, your clothes tend to take a beating from the different oils and fluids you may encounter all day. Along with you skin suffering from the constant contact, your clothes take a portion of the damage as well. Instead of oil spilling directly on your shirt then to your skin, your coveralls act as barrier to keep a mechanic’s clothes stain free.

Mechanic Coveralls

Why Rent Coveralls?

The urge of owning in lieu of renting your uniforms is understandable. However, once you have purchased these uniforms you will need to maintain them. This means having them cleaned, repaired, and monitored for minor and major damages, which results in additional costs. And if this is a requirement that is being placed on your employees’ shoulders, chances are, the repairs won’t be done as frequently as needed.

On the other hand, when you rent from U.S. Linen & Uniform, you won’t have to worry about dirtiness, damage, or your materials getting worn out.  We do things differently, we are always making sure your inventory is constantly full of what you need, all the uniforms are clean and without damages. Let us handle the uniform side of things. We’re looking out for you so you can keep your eyes on what’s important, your business.