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Windham Welcomes Laundromat And Barber Shop

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Windham – It was just last week when Windham was hit with another blow to the local economy when the owner of T & J’s Restaurant announced the closing of its doors because of the sluggish economy. However, just across the parking lot from T& J’s Restaurant there is a new business in town, one that will hopefully deny the sluggish economy a victory. The new business is actually two businesses in one, a laundromat and a barber shop. I know you’re going to say there has always been a laundromat there, that is true but that laundromat closed last summer, leaving Windham without one, at least until last month. Dave and Igner Devlin opened the new Windham Laundromat in the old remodeled laundromat facilities in December and have plans to open a barber shop in there as well. The barber shop is slated to open in February. One can suds their duds and get hair cut in one stop.

The laundromat is open from 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. seven days a week and offers new washers and dryers. The washers have a 35 lb capacity and the dryers 50 lbs. Each load will cost $2 to wash and $2 to dry as long as one doesn’t overload the dryer. One will find the laundromat is manned most of the time and when it isn’t, Dave and Igner live just down the road and can be there in a few minutes to solve whatever  problem one might have. Besides the laundromat, they also have an ATM machine inside and claim it is the cheapest ATM in the area.

Slated to open in early February is the barber shop. Igner brings with her over 20 years barber experience and is excited to be opening a shop in Windham. She stated that it will be a cut-n-go type of shop. She will offer men’s haircuts and women’s hair cuts but if you’re looking for a perm or color than you will need to go to a regular beauty shop.  One can expect to pay $12 for a hair cut and those who are serving in the Armed Forces will receive $2 off a regular cut. The barber shop hours of operation will be Tuesday-Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Dave and Igner are relatively new to the area. They moved here last year from Alaska and they absolutely love Windham. Dave, who is originally from Youngstown, and Igner, originally from Florida, decided last winter to make this area their home, with their teenage son, Peyton. When they came here, Igner had dreamed of opening a barber shop in Windham and when the laundry mat became available they were able to reconfigure the facility to house both businesses.

This is not the first time they have owned and operated a business. In Alaska they owned and operated a laundromat and a barber shop and at one time owned and operated a restaurant and a store there as well. They are both excited to be a part of the Windham business community,  look forward to getting to know folks and are thrilled to serve area residents. The laundry and barber shop are located in the small plaza where Circle K is located.