Your Home Needs a HEPA Vacuum
Investing in the perfect vacuum cleaner can be a tough decision. There are many models available today, all touting different features, and all at a myriad of price points. How do you know which will not only get rid of dust but actually provide the best possible cleaning for your home. This importance is only amplified if you or someone you live with suffers from allergies, asthma, or other conditions that compromise immunity. Floors harbor dust, debris, dust mites, bacteria, mold, and many other things that can aggravate symptoms for allergy and asthma sufferers and even compromise the health of the immunosuppressed.
High Quality HEPA Vacuum
The Vapamore MR-500 Vento Canister Power Vacuum is not only an exceptional vacuum but it also as a HEPA filter that helps you reduce contaminants in your home. In fact, the Vento can reduce up to 99.97% of pollen, dust mites, pet dander, mold and other allergens in your home! Not all vacuums come with a HEPA filter but they should because it is a critical component of getting a home truly clean.
What Is HEPA?
HEPA is an acronym for “high efficiency particulate air.” WebMD explains what a HEPA filter is and why it is beneficial to have one in your vacuum, “Dust mites, mold spores, pollen, and pet dander in the air inside your home can cause problems if your family has allergies or asthma. Using HEPA filters can trap these pollutants and may help bring allergy relief…A HEPA filter is a type of mechanical air filter; it works by forcing air through a fine mesh that traps harmful particles such as pollen, pet dander, dust mites, and tobacco smoke…Some vacuum cleaners have HEPA filters that trap more dust from their exhaust. HEPA-equipped vacuums throw less dirt and fewer microscopic dust mites back into the room as you vacuum. Some people say allergy symptoms improve after using these vacuums.”
If I Have a HEPA Filter Do I Need a HEPA Vacuum?
If you already have a HEPA filter in your home, you may think it is unnecessary to get a HEPA vacuum but HEPA air filters tend to draw in pollutants and particles that are already airborne. Conversely, a HEPA vacuum will draw in particles and pollutants that are on the ground. The Vapamore MR-500 Vento Canister Power Vacuum not only has a HEPA filter but an array of outstanding features and attachments that make it an ideal investment for any home.