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Your home is your castle, and at Conn's HomePlus, we will help you keep it that way. From Dyson to Bissell to Roomba®, we have the vacuums you want with the top features you need. Conn's HomePlus has cordless vacuums, an upright vacuum cleaner, Wi-Fi® connected robot vacuum cleaner, and carpet cleaners for all your cleaning needs. Visit your local Conn's HomePlus today.

Choosing the Best Vacuum Cleaner for You

When purchasing the best vacuum cleaner, knowing how you will use it is essential. Are you going to be using the vacuum for deep cleaning carpets, or do you want it to vacuum hardwood floors? Do you have dogs? Do you need a vacuum that is good with pet hair? Below is a shopping guide on how to choose the best vacuum cleaner.

Upright Vacuums

Upright vacuums are typically less expensive than a canister vacuum cleaner. These are good at deep cleaning carpets and are easy to store because they stand upright. However, some may not like an upright vacuum because the machine can weigh up to 20 pounds and is hard to push and pull.

Canister Vacuums

Canister vacuums are typically better at cleaning hardwood floors, stairs, and under furniture. The attachments are good for cleaning curtains and upholstery.

Cordless Stick Vacuums

With the recent innovation of cordless stick vacuums, the performance of these machines is improving. They are good at cleaning carpets, hardwood floors, and even pet hair. There is no cord you must worry about tripping over, and it is easy to store. Some believe the downfalls to a cordless stick vacuum are they tend to be more expensive and the batteries can have issues.

Corded Stick Vacuums

Like upright vacuums, they are tall but lightweight and convenient. Some believe these vacuums don’t perform as well as others, and the dirty container is relatively small.

Handheld Vacuums

These small vacuums come both cordless and corded. They are suitable for quick light cleaning on carpets and bare floors, and some can handle upholstery and pet hair. These machines typically do not have as much power suction as a full-size vacuum.

Robotic Vacuums

Robotic vacuums do the hard work while you can sit in and relax. A robot vacuum cleaner can clean during regular vacuuming sessions in tidy rooms. Your smartphone can control some robotic models. However, the downfall of these machines is they do not do as much work as a regular upright or canister machine. These vacuums are typically not recommended if you have shag carpets.

Central Vacuums

These are easy to use because you do not have to carry around the vacuum's body – just the hose and powerhead. Central vacuums are typically quiet, and the dirt containers do not need to be changed as often. Central vacuums can be pretty expensive and require a professional to install them.

What to Consider While Shopping

With today’s vacuums, there are several designs, shapes, colors, and features to choose from. What matters most about purchasing a vacuum is that you like it and that it cleans how you need it to. Below are some things to consider before making your next purchase.

Bagless vs. Bagged

Bagless vacuums help save you money by not having to purchase bags but require filters that need cleaning or replacement. Cleaning the dust and debris from a bagless vacuum can be an issue if you have allergies or asthma.

Cleaning Tools

Many vacuum models come with basic cleaning tools for different cleaning jobs. These include a narrow tool for crevices, a small upholstery brush, and a round brush for dusting jobs.

Bare Floor Options

This feature helps clean hardwood floors, vinyl, and other uncarpeted areas.

Brush Roller

This is found under the machine and has bristles that spin. The brush roll helps dislodge dirt, grit, and dust from carpets and floors so the machine can put it up easier. Some models have an on/off switch for the brush roller when cleaning carpets and hardwood floors.

Carpet Adjustment

This feature changes the height of the brush roller to the carpet’s height for easy movement.

Cord Control

In most canister vacuums, you wind up the cord with a tug of the cord or by pushing a button. Many vacuums have a cord of at least 20 feet – some longer.


This helps the pushing and pulling of the vacuum and makes it easier on you when cleaning.

Shop Conn’s HomePlus

It is inevitable that dust and mess are a part of our everyday lives. But having the right vacuum cleaner can make your cleaning much easier. Some vacuum cleaners help with allergens and air filtration. At Conn’s, we have a wide selection of vacuum cleaners for every need. From upright cleaners and bagless vacuums to self-propelled and robotic vacuums. There is a lot to choose from. Stop by a Conn’s HomePlus store today or shop online and find your best vacuum cleaner. Good credit or building it. Dare to compare our Low Payments Tailored to You!* We will work with you to Make It Happen. Apply and Buy Online with Conn's Credit! Prequalify Now, and you could be approved for $5,000 instantly!*

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