Quincy, MA (PRWEB) September 15, 2012
eVacuumStore.com, an Electrolux authorized online dealer, is the first company to unveil the exclusive history of Electrolux vacuum cleaners compiled in an interactive diagram showing available parts for models dated as far back as 1924.
With all of the Electrolux vacuum ownership changes throught the years, there has not been one source for parts for all models. EVacuumStore has spent the last year compiling information for this feature using research from consumers, factory diagrams and repairs.
The Electrolux vacuum cleaner has been a big part of American culture throughout the 20th century. Electrolux first introduced their canister vacuum to the United States in the early 1900s; this machine was pulled from behind on a sled and was introduced before the invention of the vacuum bag. Through door-to-door sales and friendly service, the Electrolux name quickly became a staple of the typical American household.
"It's hard to find an Electrolux owner who isn't thrilled with their vacuum cleaner" says Joe Turner, a repair specialist at eVacuumStore.com, "We provide service for Electrolux vacuums upwards of 70 years old and they're still working like new! We want to let our customers know that most of the parts for their old machines are still available today".
The Electrolux history is an interactive diagram that lists each model produced by the company between 1924 and the present day. Through a series of clicks, a customer can easily find the genuine and generic Electrolux parts for their vacuum cleaner sorted individually by the model's diagram.
Founded in the early 2000s, eVacuumStore.com is the largest online retailers of vacuum cleaners, repair parts and accessories. The site was built around customer service and the idea of offering the detailed parts diagrams and schematics that were once only available to official warranty centers to the consumer to fuel Do-It-Yourself vacuum cleaner repairs. For more information on the entire Miele product line, visit eVacuumStore.com.