HOW OFTEN DO YOU NEED TO HAVE YOUR VACUUM SERVICED?
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN VACUUM SERVICING?
- Checking for external damage on your vacuum’s housing
- Looking for physical defects
- Ensuring the knobs are operable
- Replacing the bags and filters
- Make sure the belt is at its proper position on the roller brush
- Disinfect and deodorize your vacuum
- Clean the outside and inside
- Filter inlets and clear the exhaust of obstructions and clean these parts
- Hoses checked for any leaking
- Checking to make sure the vacuum is performing properly
- Looking for the working order of internal wires and fuses
- Motor checked to be in working order, including carbon brushes and bearings
- Checking for the functioning of flexible cords
DOES THE COST OF SERVICING THE VACUUM INCLUDE PARTS, IF NEEDED?
WHAT ARE SOME OF THE SIGNS YOUR VACUUM NEEDS TO BE SERVICED?
- There is no power coming from the vacuum
- The suction power has been lost
- Louder than normal vacuum sounds or strange noises coming from the vacuum such as rattling or vibration
- Smelly vacuum even after you change the bag/filter, especially if the smells are burning smells
- Excessively hot vacuum or your vacuum heating up way more than normal along with a burning smell
Since your vacuum is an electrical piece of equipment, make sure the technicians are experienced electricians
It is important to take your vacuum to get professionally serviced even before any negative symptoms arise. You want to keep your vacuum working to its full capacity. Postponing service could be detrimental to the life of your vacuum cleaner. Your house and allergies will thank you for a fully serviced, well-working machine.
You can visit us at:
11110 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22030 (in Fairfax City, VA) or
300 Fort Evans Rd, Suite 104, Leesburg, VA 20176 (Town of Leesburg, VA)