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Mounting your Dyson cordless vacuum can make a big difference in the way you clean your house and the way you store your supplies. But, learning how to do it safely can be tricky since you’re dealing with electrical appliances. For a safe and convenient wall mounting job, it’s best to book a Dyson wall mounting handyman via Airtasker.
Our platform lets you tackle your home project quickly. Put up a task, receive quotes from nearby handymen within minutes, and confirm an appointment within the same day! In some cases, you may even be able to find a handyman who’s available right away. Our platform also lets you make informed choices via our transparent reviews and ratings system. You also get to receive multiple offers and choose one that fits your budget.
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Top Dyson Wall Mounting related questions
The typical Dyson wall mount or dock doesn’t come with its screws. You’ll need to check the manufacturer’s instructions to pick out the right screws. Or, you can ask a Dyson wall mounting handyman to attach it for you. They can handle the entire process professionally and ensure your cordless vacuum wall mount is secured to your wall.
This would highly depend on the kind of Dyson you have and the cordless vacuum wall mount that comes with it. How to mount a Dyson v6 to the wall may differ from a v10, for example. Typically, you’ll start by drilling holes for the dock. Then, screw it into place and hang your vacuum. You can do this yourself by following the manufacturer’s instructions or get a wall mount vacuum handyman to help you out.
You may be able to do this, but it would depend on the type of cordless vacuum wall mount. You could attach the mount to a piece of wood and use adhesives to attach the wood to the wall. Certain kinds of hooks can also be placed into your wall without drilling. To learn more about how to attach a Dyson to your wall, contact a handyman near you on our platform.
Depending on the type of cordless vacuum wall mount you have, it may be possible to do this. While you may forego using screws for the wall, you may still need to screw the actual charging dock onto a surface. It may be best to seek help from an electrician or a handyman experienced with Dyson wall mounting.
Most Dyson models can be used and charged without the need for wall mounting. If your landlord doesn’t allow drilling or wall modifications, you can fix the docking station onto a stand instead. Of course, wall-mounting your cordless vacuum saves floor space and can help you store your cleaning supplies in a more organized way. Your handyman may be able to recommend other storage solutions, depending on your needs.
Yes, they can! Airtasker lets you book handymen who specialize in Dyson wall mounting. All you need to do is point out the unit, show them where you want it mounted, and they’ll take care of the rest. They’ll even bring all the necessary tools so you won’t need to buy them yourself! These handymen can also help you decide on how to store your cordless vacuum in a way that’s both convenient yet aesthetically pleasing.
What do Dyson wall mounting services include?
When you book a Dyson wall mounting handyman on Airtasker, you can expect them to handle all the tasks related to attaching your cordless vacuum wall mount. Finding an available handyman near you takes only minutes, and the actual mounting job typically takes only about an hour.
While the exact steps may vary depending on your needs (e.g., you don’t want to drill into the wall or use screws, or you need an electrician to do some re-cabling), here are the things that are usually included in a Dyson wall mounting service:
Tools for cordless vacuum wall mounting
Like all the handyman and contractor services on Airtasker, your Dyson wall mounting expert brings their own set of tools and equipment. This includes a drill and screws for your particular model. If you’ve specified in your task post that you don’t want to drill holes, they may bring a plank of wood to attach the dock, along with adhesives.
Note that the wall mounting task will go faster if you’ve specified your Dyson model in the task post. It’s also best if you’ve chosen how you want to mount the dock.
Mounting your Dyson vacuum
Once the tools are ready, your handyman starts to attach the Dyson charging dock to the wall. Usually, this begins by picking out a place that’s near an electrical outlet. Your handyman positions the mount and the vacuum against the wall. Next, they mark the holes for the screws and drills into them. Finally, they screw the wall mount into place, plug it in the electrical outlet, and hang up the cordless vacuum.
If you’re going for a method that doesn’t involve drilling or screws, your handyman will proceed to mount the Dyson in that particular way. They may use Command hooks, adhesive strips, or build a wooden plank to screw the dock onto. Then, they can mount this wooden plank to the wall using adhesive.
Additional wall mounting services
If the area you’ve chosen to mount on doesn’t have a nearby socket, your handyman may ask you to seek the help of an electrician. You can also have a separate closet or room built for your cleaning supplies - ask a construction worker, tradesman, or assembler to help you out. Once the cordless vacuum wall mount is attached, your handyman lets you inspect the work.