A vacuum cleaner is probably the most expensive cleaning tool you will buy so it's important when choosing your next vacuum cleaner to make the right decision.
If you've ever wondered what air watts or HEPA filtration means, or are confused about the difference between cylinder and upright vacuum cleaners, and bagged and bag less vacuum cleaners, The Ultimate Guide to Buying Vacuum Cleaners will explain everything you need to know and much more.
If you suffer with asthma or a dust allergy, the filtration system should be an important factor to determining which vacuum cleaner you'll buy. This is because the filtration system will determine the size and number of dust particles that'll be in the air when it is exhausted out of the vacuum.
Although many people aren't aware, upright and cylinder vacuum cleaners were originally designed for different purposes. Upright vacuum cleaners were designed for vacuuming carpeted floors in cooler climates (such as the UK) while cylinder vacuum cleaners were designed for vacuuming hard floors in hotter climates (such as Spain). As a result, not all cylinder vacuum cleaners come with powerful rotating brushes.