Consider these things when buying a broom vacuum.
A broom vacuum or a stick vacuum is an excellent addition to your cleaning arsenal. It is a quick way to “sweep” up all types of flooring so you do not have to drag out the big bulky vacuum cleaner every time you want to tidy up. These vacuums are an excellent way to sweep and vacuum at the same time.
They work well on multiple floor services so they can also be great time savers. What should you be considering before you invest in a broom vacuum? Read below to find out.
How Much Do You Want to Spend?
Set your budget. Consider how much you want to spend or how much you can spend. Once you have your budget set it will be easier to find a great broom vacuum. There is a full range of options on the market that range in price from very low to very high.
What Do You Want to Do With It?
There are different types of broom vacuums on the market. Some are just simply made to quickly sweep up hardwoods while others are made to self-adjust to different types of flooring surfaces. Of course the more bells and whistles the more it will cost.
Corded Or Not?
You will have to decide whether you want a corded version or a cordless version. It really depends on what you want to do with the broom vacuum as to whether it should be corded or cordless. Cordless options give you the freedom to go where you want in the house without having to worry about an outlet BUT you have to worry about losing power while you are using it.
How Powerful Does It Need to Be?
How much power are you looking for? Broom vacuums range in how large their motors are. If you are looking for something to quickly sweep up than you do not need a lot of power but if you want something that transitions from hard flooring surfaces to rugs than you will need something a little more powerful.
Does it matter to you what your broom vacuum looks like? For some people every detail of their home matters including their cleaning gear. There are some sharp looking models out there if you are interested in keeping the good looking theme in your utility closet.