We have our own ISO 9001:2008 certified product manufacturing plants to better serve our customers. This helps to ensure the highest quality construction of uniforms, work apparel, and floorcare items and allows us to quickly meet any changing (or custom) demands in our uniforms.
UniFirst Customers can assume as little or as much responsibility as they wish for their overall uniform (or other product) program by electing to Rent, Lease, or Buy. With the proper care and ongoing maintenance, Customers can be assured their UniFirst
workwear and facility services
products are always in top shape.
Uniform Rental means we handle all aspects of uniform administration, laundering, delivery, repairs, replacements, and more. More information about our uniform rental program can be found on the Program Options page.
Uniform Leasing means we handle all the facets of a uniform rental program, but employees take care of laundering their own uniform garments. If you are interested in finding out more about our uniform leasing option, visit our Program Options page.
Uniform Purchase customers assume total responsibility for their uniform program. For more information on uniform purchase programs or how to buy uniforms and workwear, visit our Program Options page.
Managed uniform programs from UniFirst can help Customers to differentiate themselves from their competitors, improve their overall business image, and promote a stronger sense of loyalty among their employees, according to a study conducted for the Uniform and Textile Service Association (UTSA) by J.D. Power and Associates®. In part, the study revealed that Customers are more inclined to do business with employees in uniform because they are viewed as members of an organized, professional team. In turn, employees who wear uniforms take greater pride in their organization and become more supportive of its business goals. Additionally, brand recognition can be increased with the introduction and implementation of unique uniforms or uniform elements, offering a form of "free advertising."