When your old Dyson vacuum begins to lose suction, or begins to under perform, it is time to buy a new one.
This is often not a time to rejoice, since choosing a new vacuum cleaner can be a minor challenge. Here are some tips for a successful shopping venture.
Consider Your Household Needs
If you have hardwood floors, you may want to buy a vacuum designed to care for those floors such as the DC65 Multi Floor.
Regular vacuum cleaners are designed for carpets and rugs. There are specially designed vacuums built to pick up the grit, dust and dirt from hardwood floors without being too harsh on them.
If you have pets or children, look for vacuums with as many tools and features as you can get. Pay special attention to vacuums that offer HEPA filtering. These products help remove allergens as they suck up all the dirt and debris from carpets.
Narrowing down your vacuum preferences will help you choose from just those products that offer all the things your household needs from a vacuum.
Determine Your Budget
Products range from under $100 to several hundred or thousand dollars. You may want to make an investment in a vacuum and spend a good deal of money for a product that is built to last a lifetime.
If you need to try before you buy, some vacuum makers offer a trial use of the product which you can cancel before committing to the purchase.
Before you decide to buy an inexpensive model, consider the use you will have for it, as it may make better economic sense to pay for a tool that is built to take on heavy use.
There are many products to choose from, but narrowing down what you need and want in a Dyson vacuum is a good way to buy the right one for you and your needs.