different types of vacuum

 
 

Bagged Versus Bagless Vacuum Cleaners

As with most things in life, there is really nothing free. The two most claimed advantages to bagless vacuum cleaners were lower operating costs and  better performance. As far as the cost issues go, all vacuums must filter the exhausting air they use to carry the dirt into the collection area, as they would otherwise simply pick the dirt up from the  floor and spit it right back out. Whether you have a bagless HEPA filter, a pre-filter, or disposable bags, they all need to be changed at some point. With the average life ofRead More


Vacuum Configurations

Vacuum cleaners are devices that use an air pump to create a partial vacuum to suck up dirt and dust, normally from carpeted floors. Most homes that have carpet floors have a vacuum for cleaning. The dirt that is pulled up from the carpet is collected by a filtering system or even a cyclone for later disposal. There are several type of configurations possible for vacuum cleaners. UPRIGHT Upright vacuums have the pump mounted directly above the suction intake, with the bag mounted directly on the handle, which will riseRead More


Buyers Guide to Buying Vacuums

Deep cleaning vacuums The typical features with these types of vacuums  include rotating brushes that agitate the carpet  pile and loosen the dirt for better clean. There are some models that offer a handy automatic tool conversion button or switch that you can push or  flip as you move from carpet to hardwood floor. Hand held vacuums Hand held vacuums are light weight, can be corded or cordless, and you can even mount most of them on the wall if you prefer. The performance of the cordless models will depend on the charge of the battery,Read More