Sioux City, IA 51106
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You can expect prompt and courteous service by qualified service technicians. We agonize over tiny tweaks to the motors, the fans and the seals seeking the most robust performance possible from each component we design. It’s no wonder that a company completely obsessed with cleaning performance reinvented the way a vacuum cleans.
Selling and servicing a quality product. Other companies fret over selling the most vacuums. Riccar puts the emphasis on selling the most incredible vacuums. First and foremost, we start with performance. We’re obsessed with performance, durability and ease of use. We Service What We Sell
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In 1888, France native Alexandre F. Godefroy invented a large hood dryer for seated patrons. His device involved the rather basic technology of hooking it up to a furnace. In 1920, the first commercial hair dryers hit the market. These models took cues from evolving vacuum technology, while also employing heated coils, but hair dryers remained bulky and cumbersome until the 1950s.
Before this breakthrough, many owners of early portable vacuums would attach extensions not just to their vacuum’s fronts (the sucking end), but also to their rears, where suction-driven air was expelled. This switch enabled them to dry their ‘dos.