SpinCycle Solutions offers laundry pickup and delivery throughout Northeast Ohio and surrounding areas. When you schedule our delivery laundry service, we will pick up your dirty laundry from wherever you need us too. We will wash, dry, neatly fold, and deliver your clean laundry back to you in 24 hours.
Businesses in the area use our commercial laundry service for all their towel and linen needs. We work with all types of businesses including hotels, Airbnb vacation rentals, colleges, military, and more. We will work with your very busy schedule to make sure you never run out of clean linens for your customers.
Boardman - a suburb of Youngstown, Ohio and is located in Northeast Ohio. Boardman is the birthplace of Annie Oakley, Neil Armstrong, Toni Morrison, Steven Spielberg and Simone Biles.
Canfield - Originally called Campfield; on April 15, 1800 it was voted to be called Canfield, in honor of Judson Canfield. Canfield's first settlers arrived shortly after surveying was initiated in 1798.
Niles - President William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States and the sixth man from Ohio to occupy that office was born in Niles Ohio in 1843 as the seventh child of William and Nancy McKinley.
Poland - Incorporated over 150 years ago & remains an idyllic town with lush green spaces, more than 100 historic homes, & a business district.
Warren - In 1801, Warren was established as the seat of Trumbull County, which at that time encompassed the entire Connecticut Western Reserve.
Youngstown - Downtown Youngstown is the site of most of the city's government buildings and banks. A number of entertainment venues are also located in the downtown, including the Covelli Centre, Powers Auditorium, the DeYor Performing Arts Center, and Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre.
Austintown - Austintown was originally settled in 1793 by John McCollum, who was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He named the town after his friend and fellow soldier, Calvin Austin, who was killed in battle. Austintown is also known for its annual Fourth of July parade and fireworks show, which is one of the largest and oldest in the state.
Cleveland - Downtown Cleveland is the site of most of the city’s cultural and entertainment attractions and landmarks. A number of museums and theaters are also located in the downtown, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Playhouse Square, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the FirstEnergy Stadium
Akron - In 1825, Akron was founded by Simon Perkins and Paul Williams along the Little Cuyahoga River at the summit of the developing Ohio and Erie Canal. The name came from a Greek word meaning “a summit or high point”. Originally, the community was located slightly south of its present location, in modern-day South Akron.