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5 Things to Consider When Buying a Vacuum Cleaner for House Cleaning and Office Cleaning

You need a good vacuum cleaner to keep your indoor environment clean and healthy. A poor vacuum cleaner, on the other hand, will give you a headache in more ways than one. When it's time to buy a vacuum, don't rush out and buy the most attractive model at your local big box store. Think of this purchase as an investment in your health and research it accordingly. Here are 5 essential questions to help you in the process:

1. Do I need a commercial vacuum or residential vacuum?


Industrial or commercial vacuum cleaners are heavy-duty machines, and they're often made for specific jobs like hazardous material cleanup, mold remediation, mercury cleanup, or museum artifact cleaning. Nilfisk vacuum cleaners set the gold star standard when it comes to commercial vacuums. (Nilfisk also manufactures backpack vacuums, hip vacuums, and residential vacuums.) Minuteman vacuums are outstanding industrial machines as well. They feature premium filtration suitable for the remediation of mold spores, bio-hazardous dust, and viral particles.
If you're looking for a residential vacuum cleaner, continue reading to learn more.


2. Do I prefer a stick, upright, or canister vacuum?



If you live in a small apartment or condo with low-pile carpeting or smooth flooring, you might prefer a convenient stick vacuum. The Electrolux Ergorapido 2-in-1 Cordless Vacuum and Miele S163 are both lightweight, easy to maneuver, and store conveniently out of the way. With the push of a button or the removal of attachments, both powerful stick vacuums transform into handheld vacuums that allow you to clean all those tight spots with better portability.


Upright vacuums are ideal for homes and offices that are mostly carpeted with some hard floor areas. These vacuum cleaners are always in front of you and easy to steer, so they're ideal for large, open areas—but some models are not always ideal for cleaning stairs or under furniture. Popular upright vacuums include those from Miele, Bissell, Electrolux, and Eureka.Canister vacuums are easier to maneuver in tight spaces and carry up the stairs. They're also recommended for homes and offices with mostly bare floors and light carpeting. In addition, with their flexible suction hoses, canisters make it easy to clean stairs, upholstery, and drapes as well as under furniture. Popular canister vacuum cleaners include those from Miele, Electrolux, and Eureka.


3. Are allergies a concern?


If you have allergies or asthma, you definitely want a vacuum cleaner with the ability to remove allergens from the environment without simply stirring them up. Make sure that the vacuum has a HEPA filter (capable of collecting 99.97% of pollutants 0.3 microns and larger) and an airtight design. Additionally, we recommend bagged vacuums for allergy-sufferers. Bags trap allergens better than the collection containers in bagless vacuum cleaners.

Bagged Miele vacuums are great choices for cleaning your environment with ease while also removing harmful, symptom-triggering allergens. Many Miele vacuum models, including the Miele Callisto Vacuum, feature completely sealed HEPA filtration and self-sealing dust bags that lock closed, so no dust and allergens escape when it's time to replace the bag.
If you have allergies, don't forget to vacuum upholstery, drapes, and other infamous dust catchers. 



4. Do I prefer a bagless vacuum?


If you prefer a bagless vacuum, always empty the container outdoors, especially if you have allergies. Otherwise, you're polluting your indoor air with microscopic allergens and other particles. The Electrolux Versatility Vacuum is a top-rated bagless canister vacuum cleaner with HEPA filtration. Upright vacuum options, such as the Bissell Healthy Home Vacuum and Bissell Lift-Off Multi-Cyclonic Pet Vacuum feature nonstop cyclonic suction with HEPA filtration.


5. Do I need a wet/dry vacuum?

If you frequently have to clean up wet spills whether in a commercial or industrial environment, you'll want a wet/dry vacuum. The Nilfisk Eliminator II Vacuum is an excellent wet/dry vacuum for commercial use. For heavier industrial use, consider the or the Minuteman X-829 Vacuum.


5 comments:

Professional carpet cleaners Barnet said...

As a professional cleaner I can say that those advices are really useful! I hope more people will see them before buying a vacuum cleaner!

vacuum cleaner brands said...

There are two main types of vacuum cleaner: upright and cylinder. Both offer some advantages and disadvantages over the other.

Samuel Shillings said...

Thanks for this tips in office cleaning, those tools are really important to have. I hope that I will collect those tools to clean my office. Let me also share this commercial cleaning Melbourne because I already saw their work in our company and in some commercial buildings and they are really great.

Jason shwartz said...

These are great vacuums to consider when it comes to cleaning services. Something that is very nice to consider is what kind of house is being serviced? I think that having a vacuum that can clean both carpet and hard flooring would be a great option. That is something that is really starting to become a trend in many houses. Thank you for taking the time to share. http://www.empiresaide.com/residential_cleaning.html

Julian Morton said...

I saw that kind of vacuum cleaner in our company using by our hired industrial cleaning services. That kind of vacuum is really great for an industrial cleaning purpose and many cleaning aspects. And for those who are interested for our cleaning services, you can check out their website here for more information.

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