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Hoover F7425- SteamVac Dual V Hoover U6425- WindTunnel Ultra
Hoover F7425 SteamVac Dual V
Hoover U6425
Hoover S3765- WindTunnel Bagless Canister Hoover F7452- SteamVac
Hoover S3765
Hoover F7452
Hoover U5180- Fusion Cyclonic Bagless Upright Hoover S3639- WindTunnel Bagged Canister
Hoover U5180
Hoover S3639
Hoover F5914- SteamVac With Clean Surge Hoover U5780- WindTunnel Cyclonic Bagless
Hoover F5914- SteamVac With Clean Surge
Hoover U5780 WindTunnel Cyclonic Bagless
Hoover S3630- Bagged WindTunnel Canister Hoover F5906- SteamVac SpinScrub
Hoover S3630- Bagged WindTunnel Canister
Hoover F5906- SteamVac SpinScrub
Hoover U5465- WindTunnel Hoover S3590- Duros Canister Cleaner
Hoover U5465
Hoover S3590 Duros Canister Cleaner
Hoover F7458- SteamVac All Terrain Hoover U8311- WindTunnel 2 Bagged Upright
Hoover F7458 SteamVac All Terrain
Hoover U8311 WindTunnel 2 Bagged Upright
Hoover S3283- Canister Hoover F7221- SteamVac Dual V
Hoover S3283 Canister
Hoover F7221
Hoover UH30065- WindTunnel 2 Bagged Upright Hoover F7431- SteamVac Dual V Widepath
Hoover UH30065 WindTunnel 2 Bagged Upright
Hoover F7431- SteamVac Dual V Widepath
Hoover U5507- Elite Rewind Upright Bagless
Hoover U5507- Elite Rewind Upright Bagless
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Hoover has been a leader in Floor Care machines for over 100 years. We know how important it is for our customers to keep their Hoover vacuums not only working, but working efficiently. Buying a vacuum is an investment, and why replace that investment when you can usually fix a broken vacuum for a fraction of the cost of replacing it? That's why we say: If It's Broke, Fix It! From the Hoover Windtunnel and Max Extract Steamvacs to Hoover Fusion and Commercial Models, we've got you parts needs covered.

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About the Hoover Company

As the U.S. leader in floor care, The Hoover Company constantly strives to make more efficient products for healthier homes. Hoover has been a household commodity since 1908, when W.H. "Boss" Hoover bought the patent for a vacuum suction cleaning machine that was created with the intention of preventing allergic reactions to dust while sweeping. Invented by Murray Spangler, who would later become Hoovers business partner, the "suction sweeper" comprised of a pillow case, a box fan, a broom and a tin can.

Hoover saw immediate selling potential for the time-saving device, and offered a 10-day free trial to anyone, assured that they would be so satisfied with the "suction sweeper" that they would purchase the item. The "suction sweeper" was a success from the start, and the company expanded first regionally then nationally. The company approves stores to sell Hoover vacuum cleaners and Hoover vacuum cleaner parts, ensuring that consumers get the right machine for the right job. In 1926, the Hoover invention of the beater bar changed vacuuming history. The beater bar, a mechanism that literally beats the dirt out of the carpet, was a monumental innovation that made the Hoover vacuum the nations must-have cleaning machine.

As competition arose in the vacuum cleaning industry, the Hoover Company improved its products to better suit household needs. In the 1930s, Hoover created disposable cleaner bags, a navigation light, and a housing unit for vacuum tools (extension units, scrubbers, etc.); these inventions are still used today. These inventions, along with a solid backbone in the efficiency, led Hoover to the top of the vacuum industry. With the 1997 invention of a new vacuum head that more efficiently picked up dirt, and the 1998 self-propelling models of Hoover Upright vacuums, the companys strength matured.

By following its early mission of saving consumers time and energy, Hoover has maintained its stance as the #1 floor care company in the States by providing products that make both household cleaning easier and healthier homes.