Bagged Vs Bagless Vacuums
What is best, bagged or bagless Vacuum Cleaners? Our recommendation would be based on a variety of factors E.g. size of the rooms, floor types to clean, home with pets or allergy issues and wrist fatigue. Our team of experts can share with you industry trends,current innovation and hands-on demonstration to help you make an informed decision. As an overview, below are the pros and cons of both options
Historically the cost of replacement bags has been the strongest argument against a bagged vacuum. However, bags can cost only a few dollars each. Since most consumers change their bag maybe once every month or so, bags should never be a major expense.
There’s one big advantage to a bagged vacuum: You never have to see the dirt it picks up. When the bag gets full, just remove it from the vacuum and discard it in the bin. Some bags even seal themselves shut as you remove them. Emptying some bagless vacuums can be more cumbersome, and it’s easy to spill dirt and dust onto the floor.
Whether you buy a bagged or bagless vacuum, you can choose from various filtration types—including HEPA filtration. Most bagged vacuums use the bag as part of the overall filtration system, so you get a clean filter whenever you change the bag. In addition, many bagged vacuums have washable pre-filters and replaceable exhaust filters. Some have expensive exhaust filters that must be replaced every 6-12 months.
Ease of Use:
Bagged vacuum cleaners don’t need to be emptied as often, and it’s often easier to change a bag than to empty a bagless cleaner’s dirt receptacle. However, you always need to have bags on hand. Luckily, bags are easier to obtain than ever before you can buy them online with us. We also have a bags reminder service feature. Please email us your Make/Model.
Bagless vacuums are very popular. Nearly all major manufacturers make bagless models, and consumers like them because it's easy to see when they need to be emptied. Plus, there's no need to ever buy replacement bags. Still, a bad bagless vacuum can be cumbersome.
Even though you’ll never have to buy a replacement bag for a bagless vacuum, cheaper models may still require a replacement filter. Depending on the vacuum, filters cost anywhere between $40 and $80, and need to be replaced every 6-12 months.
How easy it is to empty a bagless vacuum is dependent on which vacuum you choose. Some models have a hands-free setup.Others require you to twist and pull—increasing the chances that you’ll accidentally spill dirt on the floor.
Like their bagged counterparts, bagless vacuums can come with various levels of filtration.
Ease of Use:The most obvious benefit of a bagless vacuum is that you never need to buy replacement bags. When the vacuum fills up, just empty it and keep on cleaning. However, not all bagless vacuums are easy to empty. Some are quite clunky and cumbersome to empty.
There is a wide range of both bagged and bagless machines on offer at our showroom. We recommend clients to visit our showroom to discuss the pros and cons of both the options and your specific cleaning needs. Our technical sales team can you assist you with hands-on demonstration.Give us a ring or contact us by email to setup an appointment.