There are plenty of styles, high-tech features available in today’s wide variety of vacuum cleaners, So which one is right for you?
Whether you’re a pet owner, an allergy sufferer, or you just need the right vacuum for your home, from robotic vacuums and cordless sticks to uprights, pet vacs and carpet cleaners, the list can be confusing.
Shopping for a new vacuum cleaner is not something you do every day, so it’s worth investing in a top quality product that will clean your home well and will last for years.
|Things You Should Know Before Buying a Vacuum|
|Bagged vs. Bagless||Bagless vacuum cleaners save on the cost of purchasing bags||The dust and mess of emptying the bin of a bagless model can be a hindrance, if you have asthma or allergies.|
|Allergies||If seasonal allergies or sensitivity to dust and mites are problems, You will want to choose a vacuum cleaner that is HEPA certified.||If your allergies are severe. and, to save money, consider a vacuum with a washable filter.|
|Motorized Brush or Suction||Motorized brush cleans carpets better||A switch that can deactivate the brush will help protect the finish of hard floors|
|Weight||For multilevel home, go for powerful upright vacuums that are lighter in weight|
|Pets||There are vacuums specifically designed to help with pet hair and messes.|
|Robot Vacuums||A robot vacuum is self-propelled and programmable, so you don't have to do any of the work.||These cleaners make life a little easier|
Part of what makes shopping for a vacuum cleaner so confusing is the sheer variety of product models and types that are on the market.
Robotic vacuums are most useful for one-story homes and can vacuum as long as the battery has a charge, keeping your floor cleaner on a day-to-day basis.