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Vacuum Cleaners

A powerful and reliable vacuum cleaner is a must for every home. Choose a great design and it should last for years, proving itself a worthy investment. Modern vacuum cleaners have some impressive design features – from bagless cleaning to dual cyclone suction. Keeping your home clean and tidy has never been easier thanks to today's convenient technology. But how do you choose the right vacuum cleaner for you?

A Variety of Functions

Start by thinking about the functions you need your vacuum to perform. Will you be hoovering animal hair from thick carpets or simply a little dust from wooden floors? Do you want to be able to handle wet cleaning as well as dry? Do you want to be able to move upstairs easily or will you be cleaning on one level only? Do you want a model with a selection of attachments? There's a vacuum cleaner to suit everyone.

Choose the Right Size for You

The size of your vacuum cleaner can have a huge impact on how well it suits your needs. If you're looking for the most powerful suction possible and can handle the weight of a large upright model then go for it with the size. However, if you have back problems, a lack of storage or tight spaces like cars to vacuum, you might want to consider choosing a smaller model.

Handheld vacuum cleaners are the most lightweight and portable choice, ideal for getting into tight corners or transporting to your car. Cordless stick models also tend to be on the lighter side, which can come in very handy when you want to vacuum the stairs. Or go for something in the middle, such as a compact but powerful canister vacuum cleaner that can be easily stored in a small cupboard. And don't forget the robotic vacuum cleaner – the ultimate when it comes to ease of use!

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