Once we have discussed the details of your central vac repair or installation, a certified technician will be scheduled & dispatched to your home in South, Florida. Big or small, we'll take on the job. When fast service is needed; call Gator! We install, service, and sell all the major central vacuum brands. Some central vacuum system repairs simply require a replacement motor, relay, transformer, or central vacuum power unit. We come to every job site with a stocked truck including supplies such as hoses, attachments, motors, power units, etc.
Dirt Devil central vacuums are one of the highest quality central vacuums on the market. We carry an assortment of compatible parts, such as hoses, Dirt Devil attachment kits, filters, motors, etc. If you have any question, or do not find what you are looking for please call our staff at 1.800.322.2965
Gator Vacuum sells every part and accessory required to repair your central vacuum system!. We have one of the largest selections of Central Vacuums, Household Vacuums, Commercial Vacuums and Backpack Vacuums.
The first Dirt Devil central vacuum unit was created in 1905 by Philip Geier in his backyard garage located in Cleveland, Ohio. He launched the P.A. Geier Company in the same year and continued crafting his metal cleaning machines by hand for several years. Eventually the company established residency in a four-story building on 105th street where it operated two divisions; a cleaner division and machining division.
The P.A. Geier Company not only produced vacuum cleaners, but manufactured mixers, hair dryers, and washing machine units as well. When World Word II started, the company halted all production for appliances and turned to military production.
The Walter E. Schott Organization purchased the P.A. Geier Company in 1953 and renamed it to Royal Appliance Manufacturing. This new branding didn't last, and they decided to dissolve Royal Appliance Manufacturing not long after establishing it. This was not the end however. Stan Erbor and a small group of other Royal employees were given a shot at running the company. Under his leadership the company thrived and expanded. Stan Erbor remained active until his passing in 1981 at the age of 80.
In 1981, a group of investors purchased Royal and attempted a new sales strategy and leadership. This included the start of distributing their products into retail chains such as Kmart & Wal-Mart. At the start of 1981 Royal was bringing in approximately $5 million in sales. By the end of 2000, Royal had increased sales to over $408 million.
In 2002, Techtronic Industries(TTI) purchased the Royal and Dirt Devil brands.