Vacuum Repair & Service

We provide repair and service on most makes and models of vacuum cleaners.

We recommend having your vacuum cleaned and tuned up at least once a year. Average price ranges from $35-$65

Not sure what your problem is? Come by! We provide a FREE ESTIMATE on all repairs. We carry many parts in stock and can order parts if needed.

Repair the following brands:

Riccar, Dyson, Electrolux, Eureka, Hoover, Sanitair ,Simplicity, Dirt Devil, Shark, Panasonic, Kenmore, Bissell, Royal, Singer, Sharp, Oreck, Fuller Brush, Miele, Kirby, Rainbow, SilverKing/Blue Max, Filter Queen, GE, Powr-Flite, Sebo, Lux, Ciruss, Perfect, Hoky, Easy-Flo, ProTeam, Evolution, ProTeam,
Maytag,  LG, Hylafunny repair guy carrying tool

15 thoughts on “Vacuum Repair & Service

  1. I am in need of the base with the wheels and a new handle for the top to carry it with. I cannot find a dealer here that carries hyla parts

    Thank you

    1. Hello Joan,

      I do have a variety of used Hyla parts. New you have to call the company directly. We would be happy to help you and give you an estimate! Please just bring the machine by. Thanks!!!

  2. Hi, just had a question, how much would a cleaning and new belt would cost for a Hoover Whole House Elite? I borrowed it from a friend and just bought a Dyson so would like to professionally cleaned before I give it back to him.

    1. Hello! Typically a complete service including the belt runs $45. But we are always happy to give you a complimentary estimate when you bring the vacuum in. Thanks!

    1. Hello we are checking the warehouse for tanks. We are only able to get used please call us at 719-574-0991 on Monday and we can give you an update 🙂 thanks

  3. Do you accept broken vacuum donations? We have several needing minor repairs that thrift stores won’t take but hate to throw them out since they could probably be fixed and used by someone.

  4. I have a kenmore direct drive vaccine that the brush has stopped turning. Since this is not controlled by a belt I do not know how to repair. It’s this a service you would offer?

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