Award Winning Design

SEBO vacuum cleaners regularly come out on top when tested against other well-known brands.

What sets our vacuums apart

S-Class Filtration

Three stages of filtration ensure long-lasting performance and cleaner air. Airflow is filtered before entering and exiting all our vacuums, and our ultra bags provide superior performance to bagless alternatives; they are also a more cost-effective option as replacement filters for bagless models can be pricey. Our filtration system provides a clog-free performance by keeping the airflow clean and your dust contained. 

SEBO Exclusive 10 Year Warranty

When it comes to cleaning up, we make sure you can rely on us for many years to come. We’re confident in our design and know that the vacuum you buy today will be keeping your home dust-free for the foreseeable future. All our vacuums are built to last and come with our extended 10 year warranty. 

Electrostatic Filtration

Electrostatic filtration uses statically charged micro-fibres that attract dust particles from the air stream, these then bond onto the fibres. This enables the filter material to have a relatively open texture which allows a very good airflow for better suction performance, yet it also gives highly effective filtration.

Ergonomic Design

All SEBO’s vacuums are built to fit all shapes and sizes. With adjustable handles and lightweight designs they make cleaning the floor simple. Our nozzles reach into tough corners so you don’t have to and our compact designs mean these vacuums can navigate tricky corners with minimal effort from you. 

A lot can happen in 10 years.

SEBO Canada offers an extended warranty of 10 years when you register your vacuum online.

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History of SEBO Vacuums

Founded in 1978, SEBO has become the largest manufacturer of high-quality commercial upright vacuum cleaners in the world.

About 80 years after the first vacuum cleaner patent was issued, two German engineers were persuaded to reinvent the vacuum cleaner. With skills both in theory and hands-on-work, these gentlemen founded Stein & Co. GmbH in Velbert, Germany and, in 1978, developed the SEBO 350. This vacuum cleaner was designed to pass the hardest test: to facilitate the work of cleaning professionals. Due to the patented technical innovations that allowed effective cleaning of all kinds of carpet and the ability to clean the lightest corners, this first model immediately impressed the demanding cleaning personnel of hotels, hospitals, and offices. With the addition of unique features such as an integrated hose, a clutch-protected brush roller, and a bypass motor, the first SEBO caused quite a sensation.

Throughout the design and manufacturing stages of its various vacuum cleaner, SEBO has focused on providing its customers the key benefits of ease-of-use, reliability, cleaning effectiveness, and high filtration. The features and durability of SEBO’s vacuums naturally led to demand in the consumer market as well.

Today with over 3,000,000 upright vacuum cleaners sold, SEBO is the global leader in commercial upright vacuum cleaners and all SEBO machines are still designed and produced in Velbert. This is why famous carpet producers world-wide recommend SEBO vacuum cleaners for daily cleaning in order to maintain the quality and value of the carpet.

These exceptional residential products are now available to the Canadian consumer market through the growing network found on the dealers page of this site. Now you too can have SEBO’s professional expertise and unique design features in your household!

SEBO is Environmentally Friendly

For SEBO, reducing the carbon footprint of a product starts in the initial design process.

There is more to being environmentally aware than just looking at energy ratings. Friends of the environment also want their vacuum to be responsibly manufactured. Everyone knows to look for efficiency when it comes to buying new appliances for the home, but what about the amount of energy consumed in their production and distribution? Sometimes this can far exceed the energy used during the entire lifespan of a product.

SEBO’s Green Practices

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