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From small fix-it tasks to raising entire buildings - Contractors do it all!

However, it's easy to get caught up in the job at hand and lose track of your surroundings. As a result, materials and waste quickly pile up, creating safety hazards on the job site. But no worries—no matter what the job size—big or small—there is a Wet Dry Vacuum for every need.

From fine drywall dust to gravel, spilled fasteners and scrap materials and stubborn standing water - Wet Dry Vacuums are designed to pick up anything you can imagine that you might find at a work site. Ruggedly built for industrial and contractor use, these Wet Dry Vacuums have large capacities with various attachments and features available.

Choose the Right Wet Dry Vacuum

Before you invest in a wet dry vacuum, determine your needs. Ask questions like:

  • Where will you use it?
  • What would be the average duration of use?
  • What kind of things would you pick up with the wet dry vacuum?

Answer these basic questions to get a basic idea. Then, assess certain technical characteristics to compare the various models. Here are some of the parameters you must take into consideration.

Power Performance

The power performance is determined through these two main indicators:

  • Water lift: represents the suction force and is measured in mmH2O, mbar, or kPa.
  • Airflow: this expresses the air volume intake and is measured in m3/h or in l/s.

Motor Power

Wet dry vacuums come with different motor power. The power of the motor depends on the type and number of motors and is expressed in Watts, kW, or in HP. Choosing the motor power would depend on the application and the amount of material to be vacuumed.

Noise Level

Another important parameter that you must take into consideration is the noise level. Although this is not strictly linked to efficiency, a wet dry vacuum with a high noise level would take a toll on your comfort.

Design & Structure

Wet dry vacuums come in different shapes and sizes - all with different benefits. Some offer great maneuverability, while others excel in power deliverability. Depending on your needs, choose the one that best fits the intended use.


Almost all the latest commercial vacuum cleaners are equipped with high-efficiency filters to ensure that collected dirt is not released into the environment.

Supplied Accessories

Some of the most common accessories new wet dry vacuums come with are:

  • Flat lance: helps to collect dirt from narrow grooves and hard-to-reach corners.
  • Round brush: helps to vacuum delicate surfaces.
  • Wet brush/Squeegee: helps to lift liquids.
  • Double use/universal brush: helps clean hard floors, rugs, and carpets.

Buy Wet Dry & Shop Vacuums

Suck up just about everything from spills in the kitchen to debris in the yard with powerful wet dry vacuums. Browse our selection of Dewalt & Stanley wet dry vacuums. You can also call us at (877) 776-8228 to speak with one of our experts and discuss which unit would be best for you.