Hoover Vacuum Cleaners
The brand name Hoover is synonymous with vacuum cleaners. In fact, in several countries, vacuum cleaners are referred to simply as Hoovers, even if the vacuum cleaner in question is another brand. Hoover vacuum cleaners come in a wide range of different sizes and styles to suit various budgets and needs. From bagged to bagless and from carpet to hard floors, it seems that there is a Hoover for every home.
Hoover Upright Vacuum Cleaners
Arguably one of the most common styles of vacuum cleaner found in homes across the country, upright vacuum cleaners typically feature a foot pedal which allows for the angle of the head to be adjusted, giving greater access to hard to reach places. With many Australian households possessing indoor pets, some models of Hoover upright vacuum cleaners are helpfully designed to pick up pet hair from floors, whether wooden, tiled or carpeted. Upright vacuum cleaners tend to come with a range of Hoover vacuum accessories, with more expensive models typically including a greater number of accessories to maximise the amount of dirt and grit retrieved.
Hoover Canister Vacuums
Canister vacuums tend to be lighter and easier to carry than upright vacuum cleaners, making them a more popular choice for people who want the power and the ability to perform a deep clean, but with the versatility to take the machine to different areas of the house, particularly in split-level or multiple-storey houses. Hoover canister vacuums can be either bagged or bagless, depending on the user's preference.
Hoover Handheld Vacuum Cleaners
While upright vacuum cleaners and canister vacuums are modern-day alternatives to the sweeping and mopping of floors, handheld vacuum cleaners are the high-tech equivalent of a dustpan and brush. The ideal solution for a quick clean-up in small areas such as a caravan, boat or car. Battery life tends to be short, making Hoover handheld vacuum cleaners good for cleaning one small area at a time, and generally unsuitable for large cleaning jobs.