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Which Vacuum Cleaner is best for me?


Which is the best vacuum cleaner for you? With so many choices around, deciding for the best model may prove to be a difficult task.

The most used vacuum cleaners these days are the upright and canister types.

The back-pack cleaners are generally used for commercial purposes only and other varieties of cleaners available today are the built-in, or central and the robotic cleaners.

We also cannot forget smaller handheld cleaners and wet or wet/dry cleaners.

So if you are trying to choose the best vacuum cleaner among them, you need to keep a few things in mind.

  • Budget: Don’t get lured into something that you can not afford.

     

  • Brand: Try and look out for brands that are trustworthy and reliable. After sales services is one of the best ways of judging which brand is actually good to buy.

     

  • Usage: How and where you plan to use your vacuum cleaner also helps you decide what kind is best for you. If you have a large carpeted area you may want to go for an upright vacuum cleaner and if you have a hard surface flooring and stairs to clean then a canister may be a better choice.

     

  • Ask people you know: It is a great idea to consult your friends before buying a vacuum cleaner. They might be able to give you the great tips on getting the best vacuum cleaner. Try and learn from their experience.

     

  • Conduct a survey: Before actually buying a model try and look around and see what suits your needs the most. It is a good idea to take a ‘test drive’ before buying one. Check the specifications personally. See if the height adjusts according to your comfort. You can also use the internet to compare prices and check their ratings before actually going to a shop. Try out assembling the attachments before you buy them.
Let’s go into more detail now…

Though the upright cleaners are the most widely used ones, they have nothing remarkable about their suction power. The canister or cylinder design cleaners can suck better, and due to the build of their power heads, they can easily get into the corners.

The built-in or the central cleaners are the newest models available today. These vacuum cleaners have the best cleaning capability, and can locate the suction motor and the bag in such a way that they produce a lesser amount of noise while cleaning.

The vacuum inlets are set up throughout the house, and the 25 feet long hose allows you to move freely without changing the inlets. Their collection unit is so big that you can do without emptying it even for an entire year. This is could be the best vacuum cleaner for your needs if you have a large house...

cylinder vacuum cleaner

The handheld vacuum cleaners are quite handy and convenient, but they rank far lower in capability if you compare them with the larger models.

The new robotic cleaners can clean automatically if you program them to do so. They use sweepers for the usual cleaning work.

Wet vacs are a particular type of canister vacuums used for cleaning up spilt fluid. These cleaners can hold wet and dry debris at the same time, and you can even fix an exhaust port on them to reverse the flow of air. These are basically canister vacuums that can be carried on the back.

The cleaners are now available in a number of colors and models. Most of the cleaners need a nominal maintenance for working. The Dyson has an exclusive collection system, and with its HEPA filtration system, its actually one of the most popular models available and a sure candidat for the best vacuum cleaner in your home.

What you would choose would actually depend on what your requirement is. For instance, you might need a vac good for dog hair cleaning if you have a canine pet a home.

While going to buy your best vacuum cleaner you would have to consider a few factors. Remember the type of surfaces that you would use your cleaner on. Get a cleaner with the HEPA filtration process if you are prone to allergies. Think over what attachments you would need, and before you actually buy the cleaner, experiment with different models to see which one you find the most convenient in terms of weight and handling.

 
cartoon of man with finger in his ears Also make sure that you check how much noise your potential vacuum cleaner makes.

The more current models have an installation around the motor so as to minimize the noise that it can make while cleaning.

Pay your attention to some other miscellaneous factors like the upholstery brushes and other attachments, the length of the cord, the dust collection bags or plastic holders, the head lights, the power of the motor and the like.

Go by a few dependable vacuum cleaner ratings. Check out the warranty or the service strategy of the company whatever be the brand or model of your best vacuum cleaner.

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VacuumWizard.com provides you with vacuum cleaner reviews and ratings of Dyson, Miele, Hoover, Eureka, Oreck and other brands. You'll find lots of easy-to-follow information about commercial, industrial, upright, bagless and other types of vacuum cleaners.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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