WELCOME!

Are you looking for air purifiers, heaters, ceiling fans, or vacuum cleaners? Local Shoppers buy their HEPA filters, vacuum cleaner bags, vacuum cleaner belts, parts, and attachments at The Sweeper Store in Wooster, Ohio.

The Sweeper Store sells parts from Oreck, Rainbow, Riccar, Hoover, Dirt Devil, Tri-Star, Kirby, and Eureka brands since 1987. We sell and service vacuum cleaners in the Wayne County, Holmes County, and Medina County areas.

Have you been thinking about purchasing a bagless vacuum cleaner? Would you like to see all of the latest Consumer Magazine recommendations? We have over 100 models in stock for all your vacuum cleaner needs.

One of the many things we specialize in at The Sweeper Store is pet hair vacuum cleaners. With over 12,000 satisfied customers, we ultimately strive to keep our reputation for reasonable prices and fast service.

Come on over to The Sweeper Store at 2799 Cleveland Road in Wooster Ohio and meet my wife Cheryl and I. We are just 3 buildings south of The Green Leaf Restaurant. Drop us a line at 330-345-2111 and we will provide you with the best of service in finding your perfect vacuum cleaner.

 

Please watch our welcome video below!




What Would Our Planet Be Like Without Vacuum Cleaners?

Vacuum cleaners have been around for nearly 100 years. There have been giant improvements on some aspects of the current vacuum cleaner, a few are just the same as they were 100 years before. You will find a quick history.

There has been plenty of dispute concerning who founded vacuum cleaning. It will likely be easy to know what customers had in their houses and what did consumers use for picking up dirt in the 19th century. In the 1800s home owners emjoyed wall to wall carpet and rugs to keep the dirt away and prevent dirt from blowing inside the houses. Really the lone method to get rid of the dirt and dust was to hang the carpet and strike it with a cane. This stimulated the invention of a carpet beater that looked like a tennis racket.

Among the first well-known cleaning machines was designed in 1869 when Ives McGaffey invented an innovative answer to get to the bottom of the question of cleaning the carpeting, taking away and hitting the rugs was not always an innovative resolution. He created a product which would brush the rug with fewer steps involved. He dicovered a area rug cleaner that had revolving roller brushes, and furnished suction power. This was one of the first prototype of a vacuum cleaner. Over time not much has altered the manner vacuum cleaners have served.

John Thurman was who designed the first power-driven vacuum cleaner in 1899. Sadly, the original vacuum cleaner was so gigantic that it had to be kept on a trailer outside the home with a very lengthy wire run indoors to do the sweeping. Melvin Bissell, shortly became well-known with their carpet cleaner that swept up dirt and deposited it in a pan in back of the sweeper

Hoover developed in 1908 a sweeper that not only used a filter bag but also offered vacuuming attachments and other parts. This sweeper weighed 40 pounds so it was notably more popular. By 1926 Hoover had included agitation in its vacuums which meant the dirt and filth would be dislodged from the carpet and removed by the suction. Replacement pieces were also for sale to switch any part that got worn out.

Almost immediately, plastic vacuum cleaners were released and soon headlights were put on vacuum cleaners to make them more attractive. Upright vacuums were agressively marketed in the 1950s. Self propelled vacuum cleaners became popular by the late 1960s. The decades ever since have resulted in enormous changes with vacuum cleaners.

More and more businessmen came up with different prototypes claiming to be the greatest cleaning machine. In 1907 James Spangler who was a janitor in the Ohio retail business built an electric vacuum cleaner which he shortly improved to incorporate attachments and a fabric outer dirt bag to hold the dirt and filth.

Carpet vacuuming might have come long way since it's first prototype but the basic design type happens to remain in vacuum cleaners in tens of millions of households around the world consequently leaving a great heritage of noisy heavy dirt accumulating machines behind.

there are now even modern vacuum cleaners available to buy that utilize ultraviolet rays to destroy mites, fleas, mold, viruses, and germs. Sooner or later faster and more powerful vacuum cleaners and know-how will be used to serve home owners to have a unpolluted residence which may be free of microorganisms and uninvited insects, mites, and odors.

Claude Whitacre owns The Sweeper Store with his wife Cheryl. They are located at 2799 Cleveland Rd. Wooster Ohio 44691. Their business phone is 330-345-2111. Find out further about fine quality vacuum cleaners at http://www.Riccar.com Claude Whitacre is a member of the Vacuum Dealer Trade Association. Know more at http://www.vdta.com