Vacuum Products

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Oreck Vacuums

Oreck Brand Vacuums:

Founded by David Oreck in 1963, Oreck Corporation began as a manufacturer of upright vacuum cleaners for the U.S. hotel industry. Today the company produces and sells vacuums, steam mops, floor machines, air purifiers and cleaning products for use in both hotels and homes throughout the U.S., Canada and parts of Europe.

David Oreck had an obvious yet radical idea: design a lightweight yet powerful vacuum to relieve the drudgery felt by hotel housekeepers using the much heavier models then available to them.

The idea proved so successful that today more than 50,000 hotels throughout the world use commercial-grade Oreck vacuums. Naturally, hotel staff wanted to buy these vastly improved vacuum cleaners for their own use at home. And so, David’s original idea evolved: Oreck Corporation began selling its unique products to residential consumers as well.

Oreck has earned its reputation for making the finest vacuums available. That singular, consumer-satisfying goal continues to drive Oreck: to provide easy-to-use, lightweight, and durable vacuums and other cleaning tools — each with exceptional power — for every room in the house.

The Oreck Legacy: Still leading the way Born near Duluth, Minnesota, David Oreck started his career at RCA following World War II where he helped introduce and market several new products to the American public — including the washing machine, the microwave oven, and black-and-white and color televisions.

He left RCA in 1963 to form Oreck Corporation. “I had a good idea, a lot of energy, and no money,” says the entrepreneur who nevertheless pushed forward, driven by his belief in Winston Churchill’s maxim, “Never, never, never give up.” David Oreck has had a lifelong interest in aviation; he joined the United States Army Air Forces at the age of 17 and flew combat missions during World War II. Today, David remains active in aviation, maintaining and flying his personal collection of vintage aircraft, while Oreck Corporation focuses on continuing to exceed its customers’ expectations, bringing innovation to the marketplace and raising the bar for the homecare industry.

What does that mean for the Oreck legacy of excellence?

Oreck CEO Doug Cahill sums it up best: “For decades, the Oreck family of consumers has expressed their affinity for the benefits of owning an Oreck…lightweight, powerful, easy to use, durable; they tell me all the time ‘I have an Oreck, I love my Oreck.’ All of us at Oreck are committed to simplifying cleaning to make life just a little bit easier. We love the heritage of this great brand and plan to revolutionize it to bring more…for her.”
The company’s principal manufacturing facilities are based in Cookeville, Tenn

Oreck Vacuums


Miele Brand Vacuums:

When the company began in 1899, its founders believed that “Success is only possible in the long term if one is totally and utterly convinced of the quality of one’s products.” Therefore, continuous innovation is the foundation of our business success.

To achieve lasting quality, Miele dedicates both theory and innovative technology in the production of their world renown vacuuming machines. Their German motto, “Immer Besser” translates to “Forever Better” and captures the essence of Miele production philosophy. Every aspect of the Miele company illuminates this concept. From the product idea and creation compilation to the machines construction process, greatness is achieved throughout the company and its creations.


All Miele vacuums undergo a quality test to achieve 20 years of vacuuming success. Miele vacuum cleaners travel through the production line in Bielefeld, Germany and receive quality checks before deemed worthy of the Miele name. Specifically, the Miele Vortex Motor System is engineered to last an average of 20 years of residential use. The same superior suction experienced during the first year is projected to last throughout its minimum 20 year lifespan. Similar to the Miele-made Vortex motor, all Miele vacuum parts are road-tested for endurance and long-term cleaning satisfaction. Every Miele canister vacuum includes a 7-year long term motor warranty and 1-year warranty on non-wearing parts.



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