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Roubidoux Vacuum Center
and
Roubidoux Small Engine Repair
 
Our mission: Saving good people from bad vacuums!
We service and sell supplies for vacuums, lawnmowers, and other small engines.
Shop local, pay less!
 
When you can shop locally in Waynesville, why pay more to drive to another city or shop by mail to get your Husqvarna, Simplicity, Kirby or Bissell supplies?
 
Owned and operated more than two decades by Robert Wait since he retired from the Army in 1985, Roubidoux Vacuum Center and Roubidoux Small Engine Repair are both located at 607 Historic Route 66 West in Waynesville, Missouri, just a few minutes from St. Robert and Fort Leonard Wood. Wait sells Simplicity vacuums, which are made in St. James. His business is also a designated service center for Simplicity, Bissell, Royal, Dirt Devil and Hoover vacuums and for Husqvarna lawnmowers, tractors, and equipment.
 
On repairs, Robert Wait has a simple promise: “I guarantee all my work; if we don’t satisfy you and it doesn’t work, we’ll pick it up at no charge in the Fort Leonard Wood area … I won’t charge for something that’s not fixed right. It’s right or it doesn’t go out.”
 
People often send away for vacuum supplies, but that’s not necessary, and it’s usually cheaper to buy locally. For more information on how we can help you, e-mail roubidouxvac@cablemo.net or call:

·         Roubidoux Small Engine Repair: (573) 774-5210
·         Roubidoux Vacuum Center: (573) 774-5622

Click here to find directions to our store

Click here to learn more about Simplicity vacuums

Click here to learn more about Husqvarna equipment

 

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