Cleaning your home often becomes a long and tedious task that no one wants to do, but you can speed things up with the help of a good ally: a vacuum cleaner. There are different types of this appliance that we choose based on the use we have in mind. There are many aspects to keep in mind when choosing the right vacuum cleaner, so here on OneHowTo, we want to help you with this article on how to choose a vacuum cleaner.
One of the main factors that must be taken into account when choosing your vacuum cleaner is the device’s power. This is not measured so much by the unit Watts (average around 1400 and 2200W), but rather by the suction power. This should be at least 400 watts.
The power required for your vacuum cleaner will be related to the surface that you want to clean. That is to say, the size of the area and what type of flooring, carpeting .etc. that you have.
There are certain brands of vacuum cleaners that are specific for certain types of floors such as those by Dyson. If you have had problems vacuuming your floor with a regular vacuum cleaner, buying a specialized one is a good option.
You can choose between different types of vacuum cleaner:
You must also decide whether to opt for a vacuum filter or a model without a filter; this is highly recommended for people with allergies, since the HEPA filters also trap these allergens and may prevent symptoms and discomfort.
Another aspect that must be taken into account when choosing a vacuum cleaner will be the noise level as it can be very annoying if this exceeds 70 dB.
When you buy your cleaning appliance, you should also evaluate other factors such as the price, the cable length, the fact of having or not having any wheels, nozzles and accessories, etc.
When choosing a vacuum cleaner it’s important to asses your needs and calculate the use you will get out of it. Sometimes it’s worth spending a bit more in exchange for a more efficient and less time-consuming vacuum