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When you run a business, you don't just need any old run of the mill vacuum cleaner, you need a commercial vacuum that is capable of picking up all the types of debris and dirt that your business creates throughout the day. You need a vacuum cleaner that is capable of picking up large amounts of materials and that is really sturdy. Here are a few factors that you need to figure out before you start shopping for a commercial vacuum cleaner or other major appliances:
#1 How Much Space You Need to be Cleaned
The first thing you need to take into consideration is how much space you need to clean every day. Are you cleaning up a 1,000 square foot space or a 10,000 square foot space? The larger the space, the larger the capacity of the vacuum bag you will need. You don't want to have to empty the bag before you finish vacuuming your space. You should be able to vacuum your entire space without emptying out or changing the bag on the vacuum cleaner.
#2 Type Of Flooring
Second, you need to take into consideration the type of flooring that your business has.
Are all of your floors made of vinyl? If so, you need a vacuum cleaner that can be lowered. Do you have carpet? If so, you need a vacuum cleaner that can be set to a higher height for the head of the vacuum. If you have multiple types of flooring surfaces, you need a vacuum that can adjust to the appropriate heights.
#3 Type Of Debris
Third, take into consideration the type of debris that you will be vacuuming up. Are you just vacuuming up everyday dirt that gets tracked inside? Or do you need to vacuum up wood chips or metal bolts? Do you need to vacuum up water spills?
Figure out what type of debris you need to vacuum up. The larger the debris, the more heavy-duty your vacuum cleaner is going to need to be. If you need to vacuum up both wet and dry debris, you are going to need a wet/dry vacuum instead of a regular vacuum.
#4 Design Of Vacuum
Finally, think about the overall design of the vacuum itself. Do you want an upright vacuum that you push around? Or do you want one that you strap onto your back? Figure out what vacuum design will be easiest for you and your staff to use.
Before going shopping for a commercial vacuum, make sure that you take into consideration how much space you need to clean, the type of flooring you have, the type of debris you need to be cleaned up and what type of vacuum cleaner you want to use. If you know those things in advance, you will find it much easier to shop for the right vacuum for your business.