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post #1 of Old 02-08-2009, 05:36 PM Thread Starter
 
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looking for commercial vacuum for my business

Hi Everyone,

I have a resident cleaning business for 4 years and have a need for a commercial vacuum cleaner. I currently use a Vita-vac which is wonderful but they stopped selling this vacuum and I need to purchase a good strudy vacuum for my team members. I prefer canisters but am not opposed to backpack style. definitely am not interested in upright vacuums. we do a lot of hardwood floors and need the flexiblility the canister provides.

have been doing research online but this is very confusing and would prefer a referral from a residental cleaner.
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post #2 of Old 02-09-2009, 12:56 PM
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One of my clients has a Parquet wood floor and per her instructions, I use her vacuum which is a Dyson and that works real well for that. But that is neither a canister or backpack style vac, so this post probably doesn't help much. Just putting my '2 cents' worth' in I guess.
Hope you find what your looking for.
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post #3 of Old 02-09-2009, 01:27 PM
 
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Hi Everyone,

I have a resident cleaning business for 4 years and have a need for a commercial vacuum cleaner. I currently use a Vita-vac which is wonderful but they stopped selling this vacuum and I need to purchase a good strudy vacuum for my team members. I prefer canisters but am not opposed to backpack style. definitely am not interested in upright vacuums. we do a lot of hardwood floors and need the flexiblility the canister provides.

have been doing research online but this is very confusing and would prefer a referral from a residental cleaner.
I sell alot of the top vac pro to our cleaning ladys, the have great suction and hold up pretty well ( some of the Ladies can be pretty rough)
here is a link if interested http://sandyvac.com/topvac/topvac.html
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