Kirby Parts Warehouse: Find any Kirby Parts in 3 clicks!
vacuums are built to last. With their aluminum construction, these
machines are a considerable investment, but are some of the most
versatile home cleaning systems on the market. In almost every case,
fixing your Kirby vacuum is a fraction of the cost of replacing it,
and a little maintenance will keep your machine running effectively
and efficiently long after the competition has failed. Every week we
see customers with machines over 30 years old, so that's why we say:
If It's Broke, Fix It.
you've got a Kirby Sentria, a Kirby Legend, or a Kirby Generation,
we've got the
Kirby Vacuum Parts you need to get your machine running
like new again.
of our parts are Original Equipment Manufacturer parts, so you don't
have to worry about getting cheap replacement parts that will fail
again and again. Whether you need a hard-to-find critical part to get
your Kirby running again, or if you need a
Vacuum Bags, Belts, or
Filters to keep your Kirby top-notch, our model schematics make
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About the Kirby Company
Kirby vacuums and Kirby parts are held to a higher standard by the company itself. By labeling its products luxury vacuums, Kirby makes higher-end cleaners that are highly versatile. The current Kirby vacuum model, the Kirby Sentria, can be used to perform an array of tasks, for example, acting as an upright, a canister, a carpet cleaner, and a floor buffer. Kirby prides itself on the versatility of having one machine for all your floor care needs.
When Kirby originated in 1906, Jim Kirby invented his first masterpiece: a Kirby vacuum called the Domestic Cyclone.
Kirby created vacuums for the Scott & Fetzer Machine Company, including the Vac-u-ette Electric, the predecessor to the Kirby multi-use units like the Sentria. Much like most companies in the early 1900s, Kirby vacuums were sold via door-to-door salesmen who implemented in-home demonstrations of the multi-use machines. However, unlike most companies today, Kirby vacuums are still only sold directly to consumers through independent door-to-door retailers around the nation.
By building off the original design of the Vac-u-ette Electric vacuum, the company has constantly improved its vacuum systems by adding more bells and whistles.
Each generation of Kirby vacuums focused on rolling all floor care needs into a single machine, with high-quality items for better functionality. These premium attachments, such as LED lights located on the base of the vacuum to better clean in dark areas, add to the luxury appeal of the Kirby vacuum. More so, by using certified HEPA air filters in the systems, Kirby vacuums are better able to remove allergens from the home, enabling enhanced breathing for its consumers.
As the Kirby vacuum systems are designed to last decades using die-cast aluminum for the base, it is not likely that consumers will need to buy a new Kirby vacuum.
With the design structured to outlast many other brands of vacuums, all the consumer need do is replace Kirby vacuum cleaner parts from time to time. This is where PartsWarehouse.com has you covered for all your Kirby parts in one place.