La Jolla Vacuum Center Since 1957

La Jolla Landmark
Business Since 1957
La Jolla Vacuum Center

La Jolla Vacuum Center is one of those iconic businesses that take you back to a time where shopping at the store means you are part of the family. Doing business in the Village for more than 50 years, the La Jolla Vacuum Center has built a legacy of good service, fair prices and quality new and used merchandise.

Kerry Lee along with son Jordan, carry on the tradition of the mom and pop shop with a vast selection of products including a sea of vacuums, accessories, attachments, cleaning solutions and even a line of appliances by renowned manufacturer Miele.

In an arena of internet shopping and big box stores, the La Jolla Vacuum Center has been able to maintain low overhead by owning their building which keeps their prices at or below any competitor. They also carry only the top brands from the USA and around the world.

But the folks in La Jolla will say that it’s the family’s dedication to service that keeps them coming back.And coming back, they have. For 50 plus years the Vacuum Center has helped generations of La Jollans. When it comes to anything related to vacuum cleaner sales, service and repairs, La Jolla Vacuum Center is the place.

La Jolla Vacuum Center
520 Pearl St. · 858.459.1130

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