Dry Cleaning & Laundry Service in Newton, MA
Clothes Cart Express offers laundry pickup and delivery service in Newton, MA. Our laundry professionals will travel to your home or business for wash & fold service or dry cleaning pickup. We operate with the mission to provide our customers with easy and convenient service. At Clothes Cart Express, we want you to relax and leave the laundry to us.
We understand that laundry is personal and want to meet your needs and expectations. A great customer experience is our top priority. That’s why we offer the ability to manage your account online. Choose your detergents and fabric softeners. Tell us if there are any items that require special attention. Select which items need to be dried on high, low, or hung up to dry. We have created our laundry service to be customizable so that your laundry is washed, dried and folded just like it would be if you did it.
Why Choose Clothes Cart Express?
The owners of Clothes Cart Express have been in the laundry business for more than 20 years, and over that time, we’ve earned the trust of the Newton community’s families, businesses and schools by providing top-notch quality and customer service. We’re all about meeting your needs, laundry is personal, so it’s all about you. Our customer is our top priority.
We’ll help you find more time for the important things in your life. You’ll have time to go out to a movie. Or read a book. Or go outside. Or play with the kids. Whatever it is, you’ll be happy you aren’t doing laundry.
Why not give Clothes Cart Express a try? Relax and leave your laundry to us.
About Newton, MA
Newton is a suburban city in Middlesex County, only 7 miles west of downtown Boston and bordered by Brighton and West Roxbury to the east and south and is also by the suburb of Brookline to the east and to the north, the neighborhoods of Watertown and Waltham and to the west, Wellesley and Needham. Newton is a patchwork of thirteen villages and according to a census in 2010, Newton has a population of 85,146 ranking it as the eleventh largest city in the state.
Newton is nearby Boston and its historic homes, good public schools, and safe neighborhoods make it a very desirable community for Boston commuters.
Newton was settled in 1630 and was part of “the new towne” that eventually became Cambridge in 1638 and became its own town in 1688. The Newton area contains several historical sites of interest including Crystal Lake, the East Parish and West Parish Burying Grounds, as well as the Jackson Homestead which is now home to the Newton History Museum.