Your vacuum cleaner is an important purchase as it holds the key to your clean home. Getting rid of dirt and dust is great but how do you decide between a bagged or bagless vacuum cleaner? What is the difference between the two? Which is better?
Do you ever vacuum around the house only to find your vacuum is leaving bits of dirt and dander back on your floor? Your vacuum is likely full and needs to be emptied. Unlike bagless vacuums, bagged vacuum cleaners keep all the bits and pieces trapped inside a bag. Avoid making a mess when emptying the vacuum by simply replacing the full bag with a new clean one.
Best for Allergies
Do you have allergies? Dust can prolong or intensify your allergic symptoms so keep it secluded with your vacuums main filter. Most bagged models have HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filters. What does this mean? A HEPA filter captures small particles which are not always caught by a regular vacuum. Use of a HEPA filter provides allergy relief and enables you to live in a healthier, cleaner environment.
As you know, it is difficult to rid your carpet of dust and other particles. Bagged vacuum cleaners generally have more power to suck out microparticles from your carpets and upholstery.
Economically and Environmentally Friendly
Do you wish you could stop purchasing bag after bag for your vacuum cleaner? You don’t want to keep adding waste to the environment so the solution is a bagless vacuum. Bagless vacuum cleaners have reusable filters and canisters. You can be happy to know you are taking part in saving the planet.
When you clean the house, it’s annoying if your vacuum clogs up with dirt, hair and dust. Stop adding precious hours to your cleaning routine every time you need to clean out your vacuum. Cyclonic technologies in bagless vacuums allow the vacuum to never lose suction. Fewer to no clogs in the hose chamber means you can clean up in no time.
Any dust and debris in your vacuum are viewable in a bagless vacuum. Eliminate the guessing game of whether you need to clean out your filter or just need to empty the container. Start with a visually clean canister so you waste less time opening and closing it to check the contents. Keep dust particles from constantly filling the air by emptying the canister at the end of your cleaning routine or when you see it is full.
Each type of vacuum cleaner has its own benefits. Find the one that works best for your situation. Have you decided on the type of vacuum you want but are unsure which version you want? Vacuum Specialists have the knowledge and experience to help you figure this out.