Best Vacuum Cleaner for Churches

Best Vacuum Cleaner for Churches – Warranties on flooring can also be drastically different. From carpet that is guaranteed
for life not to stain or delaminate to concrete that will never wear out finding the right fit
for your church is a complicated decision.

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For more answers to your questions, be sure
to contact an experienced church designer with lots of experience in understanding the
full range of issues when selecting floor for your church.

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1.ProTeam Backpack Vacuums

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2.Hoover

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3.Filter Backpack Vacuum

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4.Oreck XL

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5.BISSELL

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6.eureka NEU182A

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7.BLACK+DECKER Vacuum

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8.Clarke CarpetMaster 218

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9.Dyson Cyclone V10

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10.Shark NV356E S2

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Best Vacuum Cleaner for Churches – BUYER’S GUIDE

  • Hard Floor Option – If you have hard floors, be sure that your vacuum handles them well or that you buy the right accessories. Upright vacuums are usually a good choice. Canister vacuums may need a special head attachment, for example.
  • Edge Cleaning – Extra brushes along the sides of the power head allow better cleaning on baseboards and walls. This is available on some upright models.
  • Height Adjustment – This accounts for carpets with thicker vs. shorter piles. Some adjust manually, others adjust automatically.
  • Roller Brush Type – This is a part, also called a brushroll, which agitates the carpet to loosen and remove dirt. Motor-powered roller brushes give more agitation for a deeper clean than suction-powered rollers, but they can spread dirt out across hard floors too. You can get around this problem by choosing a model that lets you turn the brushroll on / off or adjust the power levels.
  • Easy On / Off – Having an on/off that’s easy to figure out and easy to access is important if your employees will be using the vacuum frequently.
  • Hose Diameter – Most commercial vacuums will list the diameter, which falls somewhere between 1 1/4″ and 2″. Narrower hoses are easier to use and store, but handle less debris. For light-duty cleaning a narrower hose might be enough, but for heavy-duty projects and renovations, a larger hose is a must.
  • Cord – Will you be working in very large rooms or in old buildings where power outlets are few and far between? If so, consider the length of the power cord when choosing a vacuum cleaner for your business. In many applications, like hotel suites or business offices, the standard 35′ or 40′ cord may be adequate. If you are going to be cleaning large rooms where outlets are scarce, consider a unit with a longer 50′ power cord, or a cordless vacuum, so that you can reach a larger area without needing to find another power source.
  • Bag / Canister Capacity – Compare the capacities of the vacuums you are looking at to see which will hold more dirt before needing to be emptied. Those with smaller capacities will need to be emptied more often, which can run into downtime and extra labor expenses. Plus, if you opt for a bagged model, then a smaller capacity would mean purchasing bags more often.
  • Weight – In general, it’s hard to go wrong with a lightweight vacuum cleaner. This is especially important, though, if you’re planning to use your vacuum in multi-story buildings, for cleaning stairs, or as an accessory on a housekeeping cart. Not only will the lighter weight reduce strain on your staff but a lighter vacuum is easier to maneuver, lift, and store.
  • Noise Level – If you are going to be cleaning in areas where people are working or relaxing, like office spaces or hotels, you may want an especially quiet vacuum cleaner. If this is a concern, look for units with a noise level around or below 55 dB, which is the same range as most normal conversations, or choose one with power settings that allow for quieter operation when you need it.
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WRAP UP

Technological advances in the chemical world have dramatically changed the flooring
options that are available and trying to discern what is best for your church is never
easy. There are many factors to consider when choosing the best product for your
application.
The type of floor you use should first be dictated by where we are talking about putting
it. Because there are so many possibilities, I want to stay focused on the sanctuary area
of the church complex. There are four main areas in a church; the altar/platform area,
the aisles, the entry way and the area under the seating. Let’s handle each area
separately.

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