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Cleaning Company LondonA vacuum cleaner is an essential tool in your home cleaning arsenal. Without one, you can never deal with carpet cleaning in an efficient manner. Thanks to a good hoover, you can deal with dust in the carpets and rugs, as well as any annoying allergens that lurk in fabrics.

One might think that since vacuum cleaners are ever-evolving, you will be able to choose the best one. However, with a world of options out there, how do you determine which vacuum cleaner is right for your needs? Below is a quick rundown of the main types of vacuum cleaners that you can pick from:

  • Bagged/Bagless vacuum cleaners – the main difference between vacuum cleaners is that some come with a bag, while others are bagless. Bagged vacuum cleaners store all of the accumulated dust and spoils in a bag, which you then need to empty or replace on a regular basis. Bagless vacuums have become more popular in the past few decades. They store the debris in specialised compartments, which then need to be emptied. Vacuums with bags can hold more debris, but require ongoing investment in bags. Bagless vacuums, on the other hand, are easier to manage, but things can get quite messy when you empty them. It all comes down to personal preference.
  • Cylinder vacuum cleaners – these models come with a dust container that you pull behind as you use the hose. This is quite a flexible design, which allows you to move freely around furniture and on stairs. These are lightweight vacuums are great for older adults, but they are only useful for some basic cleaning chores.
  • Upright vacuum cleaners – these models are known for their good suction, which is ideal for high-traffic households. However, they are also heavier, and it isn’t easy to manoeuvre with it. You will also find that they are particularly unfeasible for stairs. So if your home has a staircase, then you may want to get some other vacuum cleaner.
  • Handheld vacuum cleaners – handheld vacuums are very lightweight and do not require a bag. They are the best go-to solution for cleaning sudden accidents, such as when you drop a bowl of popcorn. These mostly serve a support function to your cleaning; don’t think they can replace a big vacuum cleaner. They can’t facilitate thorough carpet sanitation.
  • Cordless vacuum cleaners – these lightweight vacuums are also referred to as broom or stick vacuums. In essence, they have rechargeable batteries. They are best used for small homes or only when you need quick carpet cleaning boost. If you are living in an apartment, you may want to consider a cordless vacuum as a second resort, but never rely solely on it.
  • Robot vacuum cleaners – these are the latest models vacuum cleaners. They bring automation to the table. They are programmable to sanitise a specified area and come equipped with rubber guards and sensors to avoid collisions and nullify damage to room objects. These vacuum cleaners cannot possibly achieve the same standard of cleaning when you manually deal with the job, but they can save you a lot of effort.

Now that you know the main vacuum cleaner types, you can make a better decision on which one to get. Pick one that best suits your carpet cleaning needs.

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