Frequently Asked Questions

To better educate our customers, we’ve compiled a list of questions asked the most over the years.

If you would like additional information about one of the topics in the list, or have a question not on the list, please feel free to call or contact us; we’ll be happy to assist you.

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Our customary New Client Discount.
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What is your delivery area?

Minute Man offers dry cleaning and laundry pick up in Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert and the Ahwatukee Foothills area.

How often is delivery service offered in each area?

We offer weekly, twice-weekly (most popular) and will-call service. Delivery schedules are either Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday, depending on your location.

Legend: Red - Tuesdays, Fridays; Blue - Mondays, Thursdays
Only select clients are displayed. We serve over 200 scheduled and will-call clients.

Do I need to be home for each delivery?

No. We will pick up and deliver to a pre-designated area, preferably a covered patio or carport.

How do I pay for a delivery if I’m not home?

We make it really easy. We keep your credit or debit card on file and bill you when we receive your garments. This safe and secure method of payment has worked for over twenty years without any problems. You receive a copy of the charge with your delivery.

What services are offered?

We offer quality dry cleaning, laundry, and alterations. From your most delicate items to your “cowboy starched” jeans, we do it all. We launder or dry clean blankets, bedspreads, & comforters. We also launder table cloths, sheets & pillow cases. Also available are shoe repair, leather and suede cleaning, bridal gown preservation and drapery cleaning.

What type of cleaning solution do you use?

After years of using “perc” we have switched to a much more environmentally friendly solution.

Do you have a drop-off location?

No. We are strictly a pick-up & delivery company. Our office is located in Mesa but our service area includes Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert and Ahwatukee as well.

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