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Best Vacuums 2017: Tips for Picking the Best Vacuum for Your Home

Clearing the fur, dirt, and dust in your house can be a difficult task. So, it’s vital to pick a good vacuum that works best for you as well as your space. As a reliable machine can cost at least two hundred dollars, make sure to have a clear mind when shopping for one.

What’s your frequency of vacuuming?

You need not be embarrassed. Many people just lack the time to do this task every day. However, you need to consider how often the unit will be used when buying one. If you vacuum daily, a lightweight stick unit is ideal for your house. But if you vacuum only once a week at least, a larger upright vacuum or canister variety with a stronger engine will get the work done.

Which style is perfect for you

Bag units are less messy, but there must be replacements on hand. Bagless models offer more convenience but can irritate people with allergies.

Cleaning speed

Newer cordless vacuums aren’t attached to an outlet and claim to work as effectively as standard corded upright models. However, battery life is their drawback–it works for minutes, instead of hours before it requires a recharge. So, avoid them if you need to clean your whole home in one round.

Handheld (corded and cordless) and stick models are also ideal for quick cleanups, but don’t have the versatility and power to be your main vacuum.

How much power is needed?

Suction is the most important factor while selecting the best vacuum alongside cyclonic action, which helps draw dust and debris into the unit.

The true measure of a vacuum’s cleaning power is air watts, even if many manufacturers say that their model uses the most AMPS. Any vacuum with more than 200 watts tends to be a powerful machine.

Check the features

A vacuum with a power-driven brush cleans carpets better than one that’s only driven by suction. A switch that stops the brush will prevent debris from scattering and protect bare floor finishes. Go for vacuums with manual carpet adjustment and suction control for cleaning your draperies or other soft fabrics.

Try it out

Visit a store first, even if you purchase online. Lift, push, and pull the models you’re considering. Examine the controls and features. If you see a low price online, check if the store matches it.

Check the warranty

Most warranties of vacuum cleaners last 1-5 years. As with all other home appliances, most vacuums come with a 12-month warranty, covering both labor and parts cost. Almost every store requires that you register your unit for warranty.
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