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HappyNest is available in 35 states and soon to be nationwide. It’s our goal to make premium laundry service work with all budgets. Pricing varies by location and averages about $1.90 per pound but could be as low as $1.70 in your neighborhood.

Pricing Couldn’t Be Easier

Get your laundry done when you need it the most. No contracts, no subscriptions.

As low as

$1.70/lb

With Next-Day Delivery

*Pricing varies by location

How much does my laundry weigh? (Avoiding sticker shock.)

How much does my laundry weigh?

Without stepping onto a scale with your bag of laundry and then subtracting your own weight, figuring out how much your laundry weighs can be tricky. We can tell you that a 13 gallon kitchen bag holds about 15 pounds of laundry - or one to two loads - but first time users often underestimate. We suggest you start small and get a feel for how great the service is and a sense of what it will cost you. If you’re using HappyNest for the first time, try just sending us pants, shirts, socks and undies and leave out the sheets and towels. We’re confident you’ll find us to be surprisingly affordable but we want to make sure your first impression is a positive one. We can tell you that customers who use us regularly, generally spend about $50 per week.

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What about doing laundry myself?

Even doing your own laundry carries a significant cost

High Energy Usage

High Energy Usage

Each load of laundry uses high amounts of energy. A dryer is responsible for 6% of your home's energy use. If you have multiple people in your household, the utility bills can add up quickly!

2,000 Gallons of Water

2,000 Gallons of Water

The average washing machine uses 41 gallons of water per load. Even if you do 1 load of laundry per week, that's over 2,000 gallons a year!

$115+ in Electricity Bills

$115+ in Electricity Bills

Washers and dryers use a lot of electricity. The combined cost of doing laundry can add up to more than $115 a year for the electricity alone.