Shop by Brand

At our store, we understand that different customers have different needs and preferences when it comes to vacuum cleaners. That's why we offer a wide range of vacuum brands to choose from, so you can find the one that best suits your specific cleaning needs. Whether you prefer a well-known brand or a lesser-known one, we have it all. From the latest models to classic designs, we have the variety you need to find the perfect vacuum cleaner for your home or office. Our knowledgeable staff is always available to assist you in choosing the best brand and model that will suit your needs, so come visit us today!

Shop by Type

At our store, we offer a diverse selection of vacuum cleaners from different brands, each with their own unique features and benefits. We understand that every customer has different needs and preferences when it comes to choosing a vacuum cleaner, which is why we make sure to carry a wide variety of types and brands. Whether you're looking for an upright, canister, stick, handheld, or robotic vacuum, we've got you covered. To learn more about each type and find the one that's right for you, simply select the type you're curious about and browse through our detailed product information.

Shop by Budget

At our store, we understand that customers have varying budgets and preferences when it comes to purchasing a vacuum cleaner. That's why we offer a huge range of vacuums based on price, from economy to mid-range to built-for-life models. Whether you're looking for an affordable option that still gets the job done or a high-end, long-lasting investment, we have something for everyone. To explore our selection further and view more information about each type, simply browse through our website and select the category that best fits your needs and budget.

Buyers Guide

Step 1: How well does it clean?

When shopping for a vacuum cleaner, it's important to consider your specific needs. Here are some questions to ask yourself:

What types of surfaces will you be cleaning?
Do you have mostly carpeted floors or hard floors?
When considering which vacuum cleaner to purchase, it's important to think about the type of floors you have in your home. If you have mostly carpeted floors, a vacuum cleaner with a motorized brush roll is essential to efficiently clean your carpets. On the other hand, if you have hard flooring, a vacuum cleaner with a floor brush with natural bristles will sweep the surface more effectively, removing dust and debris. If you have both types of surfaces then you will want to look for a vacuum cleaner that offers both a motorized brush roll and a hard floor brush for optimal cleaning.

Do you have high-pile area rugs or carpets?
If you have high-pile area rugs or carpets, it's important to consider a vacuum cleaner with a brush roll and height adjustment. The brushroll is necessary for optimal cleaning, while height adjustment allows the cleaning head to be raised to ensure proper airflow. Without height adjustment, the cleaning head can get stuck on the carpet fibers, making it difficult to effectively clean your high pile carpets.

Do you have hardwood, tile, or vinyl floors that require gentle cleaning?
If you have delicate hard flooring, it is crucial to ensure that your vacuum cleaner is designed for such floors. A vacuum with rubber-coated wheels is necessary to avoid scratches or scuff marks on the surface. Additionally, a brushroll can cause damage to delicate floors, so it's important to look for a vacuum with the ability to turn off the brushroll or use a floor brush attachment to prevent damage.

Do you want a vacuum cleaner that can clean hard to reach places?
Cleaning hard-to-reach places, such as countertops, furniture, bookshelves, fan blades, cars, stairs, and under furniture, requires a vacuum cleaner with a long hose and specialized attachments like crevice tools, dusting brushes, and upholstery nozzles. When shopping for a vacuum cleaner, make sure to look for one that includes these specialized tools and has a long hose attachment to reach those difficult spots.

Do you have pets or allergies?
For those with pets, a vacuum cleaner with a motorized brush roll and bagged system could be a good option. The bagged vacuum system can save you time and money since it holds more debris than dirt bins, making it easier to maintain. Additionally, bags can act as filters and help extend the life of the filters, unlike bagless vacuums which require more frequent filter replacement. Pet owners will benefit from a motorized brush roll since it effectively picks up pet hair and dander. Therefore, it's important to choose a vacuum with a motorized brush roll when dealing with pets.

Step 2: How long will it last

The lifespan of a vacuum cleaner can vary greatly, depending on various factors. Some models are designed to be disposable and may only last a few years, while others are built to last for up to 10 to 30 years. A vacuum's durability can be influenced by several factors, including the company's history and the availability of replacement parts, the type of vacuum, and the warranty it comes with. For instance, a vacuum from a company with a long history of making reliable products and a good track record of parts availability may last longer than a model from an unknown brand. Additionally, certain types of vacuums, such as those with sturdy metal components, tend to be more durable than models with plastic parts. Finally, a longer warranty can be an indication of a manufacturer's confidence in their product, and may provide added protection against defects or malfunctions.

How often will you be using the vacuum cleaner?
If you plan to use the vacuum cleaner frequently, it is recommended to invest in a high-quality model that can withstand heavy usage and has powerful suction. Look for brands with a history of producing reliable vacuums or those that have a commercial heritage. Additionally, a longer warranty can provide added peace of mind. However, it's important to carefully review the terms of the warranty to ensure it covers more than just the motor, as some warranties have limited coverage.

Step 3: How easy is it to use

When considering the ease of use of a vacuum cleaner, there are a few factors to consider:

Weight: A heavy vacuum cleaner can be difficult to move around and use, especially if you have multiple levels in your home or stairs. Look for a vacuum that is lightweight and easy to carry up and down stairs, or has wheels for easy movement. The handle weight of a vacuum cleaner is indeed more important than the total weight, as it's what you'll be holding and moving around most of the time. Trying out the handle weight in the store is a good way to ensure that the vacuum cleaner is comfortable to use and won't cause strain or fatigue. Additionally, some vacuum cleaners have adjustable handles or telescoping wands, which can help accommodate users of different heights and reduce strain on the arms and back.

Storage: Consider the size and shape of the vacuum cleaner, and whether you have space to store it in your home. Some vacuums have a compact design that can be easily stored in a closet or pantry, while others may require more space.

Controls: The controls on the vacuum cleaner should be easy to use and understand, with clear labels and intuitive placement. Some models may have more advanced features or settings, which can be useful but may also require some learning.

Maneuverability: A vacuum cleaner should be easy to maneuver around furniture and other obstacles, with a flexible hose and a swiveling head. Look for models that can easily pivot and turn, making it easier to clean around corners and tight spaces.

Vacuum maintenance. Bagged vacuum cleaners require less maintenance since the dirt and debris are contained within the vacuum bag, which can be easily disposed of when full. On the other hand, bagless vacuum cleaners may require more maintenance as you need to empty the dustbin and clean the filter regularly to ensure optimal performance. As for brushrolls, they are great for cleaning carpets, but they can also become tangled with hair and debris, which can affect their performance. Look for a vacuum cleaner that has an easy-to-remove and clean brushroll to ensure efficient and hassle-free maintenance.

Ultimately, the ease of use of a vacuum cleaner will depend on your specific needs and preferences. Consider your cleaning routine and the surfaces you need to clean, and look for a model that is lightweight, easy to store, and comes with useful attachments.

Step 4: How good is the filtration

If you suffer from allergies or asthma, a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter is a great option to trap allergens and prevent them from circulating in the air. However, it's important to note that not all HEPA filters are created equal. Some vacuums are not completely sealed, which means that exhaust air can leak out of the machine without going through the HEPA filter. To ensure that all the exhaust air travels through the filter, you'll want to look for a completely sealed vacuum. A sealed system is more important than the filter itself. In fact, a sealed vacuum with a regular fine dust filter will filter better than a non-sealed vacuum with a HEPA filter.

Step 5: Where to buy

Shopping at a local vacuum cleaner repair shop is a great option when buying a vacuum cleaner, as you can receive personalized service and first-hand experience. The staff at these shops are often knowledgeable and can provide helpful advice on selecting the right vacuum for your needs. Additionally, they may offer repair and maintenance services to keep your vacuum running smoothly for years to come. However, if a local vacuum cleaner shop is not available in your area, online shopping can also be a convenient option, as it allows you to compare prices and read reviews from other customers before making a purchase.

Step 6: Price VS Value

When it comes to buying a vacuum cleaner, it's important to consider the balance between price and value. While a cheaper vacuum may seem like a great deal at first, it may end up costing more in the long run if it breaks down easily or doesn't perform well. On the other hand, a more expensive vacuum may not always guarantee better performance or quality.

To get the best value for your money, it's important to consider your needs and budget, and then compare different models to find the one that offers the best features and performance for the price. Look for a vacuum cleaner that has a solid reputation for reliability, durability, and performance, and also has good customer reviews. Don't be afraid to invest a little more in a vacuum that will last longer and perform better, but also don't overspend on features that you don't need. Finally, consider the cost of replacement bags, filters, and other accessories, as these can add up over time and affect the overall value of the vacuum.