There are literally hundreds of different vacuum cleaners to choose from and finding the right one for your specific needs can be a daunting task.
If you don’t choose wisely then you risk spending hundreds of pounds on features that you will never use or perhaps you simply don’t have hundreds of pounds to spend and you want something cheap that does a good job.
Whatever your needs we are here to point you in the right direction and help you to get the best value for money within your budget.
I’ve spent several decades (literally) working in the buying offices of some of the largest retailers in the UK including Tesco and House Of Fraser.
Some years ago I looked after the small electrical department and remember vividly this strange new yellow vacuum cleaner coming onto the market that was unlike anything that I’d ever seen before during a time when hoover (the brand) dominated the vacuum cleaner market.
It was being touted by this mad scientist type character who was not well known at the time but is now very well known as James Dyson. We put it into the range to see how it would do and the rest is history.
Dyson vacuum cleaners revolutionised the market and have gone on to be one of the biggest success stories of British engineering in the last 50 years but not everyone will benefit from or need a hoover that can cost up to £600.
If you want to pick my brains on that or anything at all drop me a message in our contact page and I’ll do my best to point you in the right direction.
If you like coffee, then you may have read some of my posts in the past, at coffeeblog.co.uk which is where you’ll usually find me, drinking coffee while writing about it.
But Steve somehow persuaded me to help him out with vacuum cleaners because he told me I was windswept and interesting and I believed him.
Joking apart, as well as being a coffee fanatic, I’m also a dad, a husband, and I live in a home with carpets, and kids, and pets, so vacuum cleaners are something I have at least some experience with.
I have a real passion for writing, and I saw Steve’s invite to write with him here as a bit of a challenge, something a little bit different to what I’m used to writing about, so I though why the heck not?
I pride myself in the honesty and detail that I put into my posts on coffee machines and how I help coffee lovers to find their perfect machine, and I hope you’ll find that my posts about vacuum cleaners help you in the same kind of way – only, don’t try to use a vacuum cleaner to make coffee, they suck at that. Oh dear…