Brands Deemed the Best Vacuum for Pet Hair and Hardwood Floors

by Concierge Matcher on March 9, 2011

best vacuum for pet hair and hardwood floorsWhen buying gadgets and appliances we are usually faced with so many options. There is pressure from sales people and advertisements, and sometimes there is conflict between what we know we need for our homes and what the people in stores or their posters are telling us to purchase. It is important that you, as a customer and as a homeowner, be able to discern on which product to buy which is the best value for your money and the best for you and your family. Know what features are in each product so that you can make the best and most efficient decision. For choosing the best vacuum for pet hair and hardwood floors, here are some brands that have been recommended by customers.

The Hoover S3765-040 Wind Tunnel Electronic Bagless Canister Vacuum is a canister vacuum cleaner for pet hair removal. This means that it stores pet hair and dirt that it sucks up not into a bag but in a canister. The advantage of this is that it is more light weight and will give you an easier time when moving it around your home. It also allows you to use it on curtains and some upholstery, and even on stairs. The Hoover Wind Tunnel is known for its powerful suction and its speed. It also has an agitator or beater bars, as well as a powered roller brush attachment that can be used on furniture. It is also affordable compared to other brands.

If you are not on a tight budget, you may also opt for the Dyson Animal DC17. It has powerful suction thanks to its multiple turbines, and the best thing about it is that it saves you the hassle of emptying the pet hair and dust regularly. Its 5/8 gallon for hair and everything else that it sucks up has an emptying trigger, so that you do not have to touch the dirt inside the gallon. The Dyson Animal is recommended for homes that need thorough and deep cleaning because of opulent interior design.

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