HOW TO CHOOSE A VACUUM

How To Choose A Vacuum

Vacuum Cleaners In Columbia, SC

Shopping for an Upright Vacuum

This is a good choice if about half of your home is carpeted. It’s easy to use, convenient to store, is able to clean upholstery and baseboards, and comes in lightweight and commercial models. 
If you are looking for an upright vacuum cleaner to cover both carpets and bare floor cleaning, be sure to select a model with a brush roll shutoff switch or an extension hose with a bare floor brush. Rely on us when you are near the Columbia, SC area in need of a vacuum cleaner!
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Shopping for a Canister Vacuum Cleaner

Is 50% of your homemade up of bare floor? A canister model is perfect for you. Canister vacuums compared to upright vacuums have better suction; they are easy to use to clean stairs and under beds and tables with lower profile heads; and they’re ideal for cleaning the inside of cars. 

They even have models available with a filtration system for any allergy sufferers in your family. 
Allergy-Friendly Vacuums

If you’re an allergy sufferer, you should consider investing in an allergy-friendly vacuum to reduce the amount of dust circulated by a standard vacuum cleaner. 

Easy Solution: Use an allergy bag in your vacuum to improve filtration. Compared to a standard vacuum bag, allergy bags are double-lined, making it easier to trap fine dust. 

Vacuums that include a filter behind the bag trap allergens that may pass through the bag. A washable foam filter or a finer electrostatic filter are 98% efficient and inexpensive to maintain. 

For the finest filtration, consider purchasing HEPA filters (high efficiency particulate air). Severe allergy sufferers should consider HEPA filters which work best on models that are more powerful and have a completely sealed system. This particular type of filter normally costs between $20 and $80 and should be replaced at least once a year.
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