A broken vacuum can be a frustrating situation for any homeowner. Vacuums are not cheap appliances, and if you have invested a good deal of money into a vacuum you might not be very excited to replace it. But choosing how/where to repair your vacuum is an important decision. You want to make sure you pick the right option to ensure you get the most value from your vacuum. Often when we discuss vacuum repair vs replacement we want to consider the cost difference between repairs and replacement and how long the repairs will keep your vacuum working. In this article, we will cover where to go for vacuum repair services. 

Is Your Vacuum Even Worth Repairing?

Let’s get something out of the way first. As vacuum repair people we want to make sure we answer the most important question first: “is your vacuum viable for repairs”. According to consumer reports, vacuum cleaners stop being worth repairing after 5-7 years of use. Although the issue might be more complex than that. You want to consider what you spent on the vacuum, obviously, if you got a cheap vacuum when you were a college student, it might have a shorter lifespan than a high-quality vacuum. Similarly, if you use your vacuum frequently vs infrequently your vacuum’s lifespan might also be affected. So if you want to know if your personal vacuum is worth saving please give us a call and we will discuss it with you. Another important thing to consider is what kind of repairs you need. For instance, if the only issue is a perforated hose, that is a much easier, cheaper, and more effective solution than a motor replacement. 

Where To Get Your Vacuum Repaired

The best place to get your vacuum repaired is at a local vacuum repair shop. There are many vacuum repair locations throughout most cities, so it is important to do a few steps of research. First and foremost, you want to give them a call or check their website to see what brands they repair. If you are going to need replacement parts, you will want to make sure they service your brand of vacuum. Otherwise they might not have the tools or parts on hand to help you with your repair. Additionally, as with any business, it never hurts to look up reviews. Of course, online reviews always need to be taken with a grain of salt. Read through a few reviews to get an idea of how people rate your local vacuum repair companies. 

Vacuum Repair/Replacement Services in Plymouth

If you have questions about vacuum repair, or want to discuss vacuum repair in the Plymouth or Cape Cod area, please give us a call. We provide repairs, cleaning, replacement parts, and new vacuums. Whatever you need, we would be happy to help. For more information please give us a call or request service for your vacuum cleaner.