Vacuums

Choosing a vacuum cleaner

A vacuum is a very important appliance to invest in. Vacuum cleaners not only pick up dirt and debris, but they also help protect a home from allergens and harmful bacteria. Thus, when it comes time to purchase a vacuum cleaner, it's important to do your homework, just as you would when buying a washing machine or water softener. There are vacuum cleaner systems available for a variety of specialized cleaning needs.

Central Vacuums

Central vacuums are those that are installed directly in your home, making it possible to clean without having to lug a heavy unit from room to room. These vacuums operate via tubing that is built into the walls of your home and empty into a single central container, which is generally placed in your basement or garage. Central vacuums are designed to make cleaning virtually effortless.

Upright Vacuums

Upright vacuums are the most common and recognizable type of vacuum cleaner. Built for power and efficiency, today's upright vacuums are best for homes and offices with heavy or frequent cleaning needs. These vacuums can be pushed from room to room and usually come with multiple attachments that can be used for specialized jobs. In some cases, these attachments are sold separately.

Hand Vacuums

Hand vacuums are a great tool for people who want easy access to the nooks, crannies and tight corners of rooms. They're also ideal when it's necessary to vacuum an area that isn't close to an electrical outlet. Hand vacuums can be used for everything from cleaning a car's interior to getting rid of built-up dust on book shelves. These models tend to be small in size and can run on battery power. However, they need to be emptied more frequently than larger models.

Vacuum Cleaner Brands

Different vacuum cleaner brands have different strengths. For example, Dyson vacuums are known for their ball technology, which makes them easy to turn and pivot, and for being efficient at picking up allergens. Hoover vacuum cleaners are known for their power; they can suck up even the biggest messes. Thus, when it comes to choosing a brand, you should not only do your research, but also test each brand out, if possible. Other popular brand names include Miele vacuums and Progressive vacuums.

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