Best Vacuums for Under $250
You want to know a little secret? This bare-bones, budget-friendly vacuum is the one we have at our house. It’s almost eight years old, and as much as I would love to get a newer, fancier, prettier vacuum, this one will not die. The best part is that it costs under $50!
We have two dogs, and the brush and suction do a great job of getting all the hair up from the floors. Having dogs, I also prefer being able to switch vacuum bags instead of emptying a canister. It just feels cleaner having all that dust, dirt, and hair contained in the bag. My only complaints about this vacuum are that both the cord and the extension hose are a little shorter than I would prefer them to be. But all in all, for under $50, this vacuum cannot be beat!
This power house of a vacuum is a staff favorite at Moxie Girl. It’s an older model, so the price has dropped significantly since Shark has been introducing the new models of the Rotator line. Don’t let the $130 price tag fool you; this vacuum holds its own!
Unlike some pricier vacuums that are confusing to use, this one is very intuitive to figure out. It’s easy to turn on, use the extension hose, and clean any and every nook and cranny of your home. This is a bagless vacuum, so you will have to empty the canister quite often, but it’s also kind of fun (or terrifying) seeing how quickly this model pulls dirt from the floors of your home.
Yep, another Shark vacuum made the list. This one is very similar to the NV400, but it has an added bonus that can come in very handy. The canister on this bad boy releases from the frame of the vacuum and allows you to get in even the trickiest spots of your home. Cleaning stairs, behind and under furniture, and the tops of your curtains has never been easier than it is with this model.
If you are the type who wants to feel like you are getting the most you possibly can from your vacuum, the Rotator Professional Lift Away will make you feel like you have two totally different vacuums.
Unlike the last three vacuums that have amazing online reviews, this one doesn’t have the best reviews. I can only guess it is because it’s a pull-behind canister model, and most of us aren’t used to using this type of vacuum anymore. The pull-behind piece can be a little tricky to learn how to keep control and not bang it into your baseboards and furniture, but if you are willing to give it a little time, I think you can come to love this vacuum as much as I have.
I used this vacuum on a weekly basis when I was cleaning a 7,000 square foot home, which had 4,100 lb dogs living inside. Most of the home had hard floors, but there were also rugs. The nifty foot release on the hose made it super easy to switch back and forth between using the beater brush attachment, to the hard floor attachment, to the furniture attachments. It was so quick and easy to vacuum all the surfaces of the house that I couldn’t help but fall in love with the vacuum.
And this model hovers right around $250, so all you deal shoppers can probably find it for a little cheaper when it goes on sale.
Until next time, I’m the Domestic CEO, helping you love your home.
Originally posted at: http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/house-home/housekeeping/best-vacuums-for-under-250?page=all
Hughes Dylan on Apr 03, 2019
If you own pets then go with either the Eureka NEU182A or the Bissell 9595A. Both these vacuums will do a very decent job cleaning fabric upholstery and stairs. Take note that both have cords so you’ll have to constantly plug and unplug. You can looking best vacuum cleaner under 100 reviews : https://getcleaningdone.com/best-vacuum-cleaner-under-100-dollars/