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How to choose the best vacuum cleaners for your house: Some quick tips
 
So you’ve been reading a few vacuum cleaner reviews and are probably a bit confused now. That’s pretty understandable, as there are so many best vacuum cleaner reviews out there. We believe providing you with a few tips on how to pick Best vacuum cleaner brands for your house would be more useful, so here they are:
 
1. Canister vacuums are easy to maneuver
 
If your house is spacious, a canister can be a great choice, as it’s easy to maneuver, and it works well on hardwood floors, tiles, and carpets. However, if your space is modest, then consider a cordless stick vacuum instead since the canister ones tend to be quite bulky and can be a challenge to store, as the hose is usually attached to a separate tank.
 
Even though a canister is easy to maneuver, it can be a burden to carry between different floors. That said, if you have many stairs, then pick a lightweight upright to save your energy.
 
2. Upright vacuums are perfect for smaller, carpeted spaces with four-legged friends
 
You love everything about your pets, except for the tufts of their hair around the house. So if your space is mostly covered with carpets or rugs, then an upright vacuum should be your first choice. You’ll be safe if you pick those with powerful suction and relatively large bags or filters.
 
The good news is upright vacuums are usually less expensive than canister vacuums. For those pet owners who have both carpets and hardwood floors, it’s always a good idea to pick an upright vacuum that comes with a brush roll. Also, make sure this brush roll has an on/off mode so you can turn it on when working on carpet areas and turn it off when working on hard floor areas.
 
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3. Stick and handheld vacuums are uniquely designed for tight spaces
 
Both stick and handheld vacuums are perfect options to penetrate tight, hidden spaces. In almost all cases, they’re cordless and battery-powered, and thus, lightweight. In terms of functions, these two devices are quite similar as well. They’re both designed for quick cleaning tasks in the kitchen or on the cupboard.
 
That said, think again if you intend to buy these to replace your conventional vacuum. Why? Because their suction power is usually the lowest among all types of vacuum cleaners. We would recommend that you get one only if you have kids or pets around the house and need quick clean-ups while your bigger vacuums are stored away in the closet.
 
4. Vacuums with HEPA filters are recommended for those with allergies
 
HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filters are those capable of filtering 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns. So if your family suffers from allergies, look for this feature in any kinds of vacuums you’re considering. While those vacuums with poor filtration can make you sneeze, one with a HEPA filter can set you free from allergies.
 
5. Cordless vacuums are not suitable for regular vacuuming
 
If your space is small and you vacuum every day, then a cordless is fine. However, if your house is large and you always want to keep it clean, then there’s no point in thinking of a cordless vacuum cleaner, as it runs on a battery, and battery-powered vacuums can usually work for up to one hour only.
 
The bottom line
 
We hope we’ve provided you Top best vacuum cleaners with useful tips to answer the question “What is a good vacuum cleaner?” Leave us your comments below, and click share if you like this post.