Already Dyson Medic’s recommended parts supplier, Manchester Vacs has relocated to much larger premises making them the biggest independent specialist Dyson parts supplier in the north of England.
Manchester Vacs is not a new business; they were at their previous location on nearby Abbey Hey Lane in Gorton for almost a decade. A family business; a family with roots in retail and local businesses in Manchester, Stockport and Tameside that goes back to the mid 1970’s.
Rather than employ staff who know little of the product as many retail park companies do, everyone at Manchester Vacs owns a Dyson and uses one at home. It is increasingly rare nowadays to encounter people who actually know about the products they deal with.
The Dyson vacuum brand needs no introduction. What many people don’t know about Dyson vacuums is they are like Morris Minors: You can rebuild them virtually indefinitely (as we here at Dyson Medic are often encouraging you to do). By selling reconditioned Dyson machines, Manchester Vacs is not only making cheaper Dyson vacuums available to all. By recycling several thousand end-of-life Dysons each year to harvest the spare parts, they are keeping many old Dysons out of landfill; which is very green.
This move coincides with Manchester Vacs becoming official Sebo agents. Sebo being the best brand of German made, hand-built vacuum cleaner you have never heard of (unless you shop at John Lewis). Sebo vacuums are more commonly used in hospitals, hotels, cruise ships and other commercial environments.
The building they have relocated to is only a few minutes drive from the old one. A famous local landmark that was once a public house called the Bull’s Head; now renamed the Bull’s Head Building.
The Bull’s Head Building is an iconic former public house sitting on Reddish Lane/Gorton Road that straddles the physical boundaries of Tameside, Manchester and Stockport, and is a well-known local landmark.
The Bull’s Head building has had some controversy over the years. In 2012 there was a proposal to turn it into a Mosque. Following a petition on Stockport Council’s website and demonstrations outside by the BNP, the idea was withdrawn.
It has stood semi-derelict for several years until Manchester Vacs took it over last year. They have been refurbishing it since last October, and it opened to the Dyson and Sebo vacuum owners of Tameside, Manchester and Stockport on Saturday the 27th of February 2016.
The launch party was covered by local Tameside Radio who did a live outside broadcast there for several hours, and there was also a TV camera crew there.
The official opening ceremony was performed by TV’s Gordon Burns (ex North West tonight, Granada Reports, World in Action and Krypton Factor).
It seems he also found a few minutes to relax before proceedings began while having his own Dyson repaired.
— Manchester Vacs (@ManchesterVacs) February 27, 2016
The residents of Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and nearby Oldham, Glossop and Salford are now well-served for Dyson vacuum repairs, reconditioned Dyson machines and new Sebo vacuum cleaners.
For those having a “while-you-wait” repair, you can even chill out on a sofa, have a coffee from the machine, and check out the Dyson museum, which has some of the very rarest Dyson machines from the early days of Dyson.
For those who are not local, you can buy all your spare parts from Manchester Vacs. Their range of Dyson spare parts far exceeds what Dyson themselves make available to the public, and they carry a lot of obsolete, re-manufactured and otherwise unobtainable Dyson spares.
The online Dyson spare parts shop at Manchester Vacs gives customers access to a highly innovative predictive search feature allowing them to find the parts they need with ease. Delivery is free on all UK orders over £25. They have also slashed three hundred prices across the store and now stand as one of the most competitive Dyson spare parts specialists on the internet.
You can shop online for Dyson spare parts with Manchester Vacs here: >Dyson Spare Parts<
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