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Born Innovative: The evolution of Hoover

March 14, 2018

From a box, a fan, a silk pillowcase and a broomstick, to some of the most forward-thinking technology on the planet, we’ve been at the forefront of the domestic appliances industry for over 100 years. It’s this rich heritage, as well as a passion for innovation, style and care for the home, that sets us apart. Read on to hear more about our story.

Where it started

In 1908, James Spangler, a night watchman in New Berlin, Ohio, grew tired of inhaling the dust in the shop where he worked, so set about making a simple-but-clever contraption to replace his carpet sweeper. This contraption went on to become one of the most revolutionary inventions of the 20th century. After trialling the invention with his cousin Susan Hoover, who showed it to her husband William Hoover, James sold his patent to William and production began under The Hoover Company the same year. Following a trial offered in the Saturday Evening Post, consumers soon began to see the benefits and convenience of the vacuum cleaner, and so the journey of Hoover began.

Our journey

Just one year later, William Hoover began to invest in a research and development department and a plethora of innovative features and additions followed; an electric upright in 1926 which was the first of its kind, a flexible hose in 1936 which we still see today, and many more ground-breaking innovations. In line with the company’s continual development after a halt for the war effort, the 1950s saw an evolution into vibrant colour patterns, combining style with our already-celebrated technology. With expansion into Europe, Asia and Africa well developed by this stage, Hoover was already a household name, synonymous with vacuum cleaning and the home.

Today’s landscape

Over a century of Hoover has now passed and we continue to focus on ways in which we can develop cutting-edge technology for the home, applying lessons from our past and the present customer landscape to maintain care, style and innovation in all that we do. We have developed record-breaking wi-fi enabled washing machine capacity with the Dynamic Mega, which holds up to 13kg, class 4 A energy efficiency standards in our cylinder vacuums, Dynamic Silence technology for reduced noise levels when vacuuming, and a range of forward-thinking cooking, cooling and vacuum cleaning innovations. Most notably, we have developed products which adapt to the contemporary, connected world, allowing smartphone control of a range of appliances with the Hoover Wizard App.

The future of Hoover

Moving forwards, we will continue to offer products designed to make your life easier, wherever you are in the home. Available from a wide range of stockists nationwide, you can choose Hoover products with complete confidence. Backed by our extensive aftersales service, all our appliances come with a 1-year labour and 10-year parts guarantee. Should you experience any issues, our specialist expert engineers will visit your home at your convenience and carry out the repair using genuine Hoover spare parts.

Who puts innovation at the heart of the home? Hoover that’s who.

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Cleaning, Inspiration

6 benefits of a cordless vacuum

February 9, 2018

Wondering whether or not to take that extra step into the floorcare world and buy a cordless vacuum? If you’re looking to make the transition from a traditional corded vacuum to a cordless, it’s important to understand just how much it could help you. Although the benefits may seem obvious, you’d be surprised how easy it can be to overlook some important factors. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the benefits to help you decide:


Not having to plug in can really make things easier. If you’re cleaning a large room you have the freedom to stray as far away from a plug socket as needed. You can also move freely from room to room without having to go between plugs.  If you like to do the whole house from top to bottom in one cleaning session, choose a vacuum with an extra-long runtime, such as the Sprint which can clean for up to 50 minutes before needing to recharge.


One of the most important benefits of a cordless vacuum is the comfort you’re afforded with a lightweight design. Less weight makes for a less tiring, smoother cleaning experience, and with some of our cordless vacuums weighing as little as 2.2kg, you’ll never look back.


Similar to having the autonomy to clean a large room, you can also easily vacuum areas beyond the house. Clean the car or the garage without the need for messy extension cables and the frustration of not being able to reach certain areas. If you’ve got cats or dogs, look out for cordless vacuums like the Discovery Pets that come with a motorised pets brush to loosen and lift hairs from your sofa or cushions.


Not having to plug in every time makes it easy to clean up mess as and when it appears, instead of having an arduous weekly cleaning session. Using a cordless vacuum is so quick and easy, you may well find that the other members of the family all want to have a go and help with the cleaning too!


Our range of cordless vacuums are both functional and stylish, just take a look! Picking up an attractive vacuum really can make cleaning seem like less of a chore.


Cordless means hassle and mess-free storage. Forget having to awkwardly arrange the cord to fit it into the desired space. Our Freedom 22v cordless stick vacuum comes with an attractive wall mount and tool rack, making vacuum storage easier and tidier than ever.


You can find our innovative range of cordless vacuums on our small appliances website or follow us on Twitter to keep up with the latest product releases, blog posts and more.

Inspiration, Recipes

5 hearty winter recipes to keep you warm

November 3, 2017

The cool evenings and dark nights have set in, and many of us will be spending our evenings cosied up at home. To keep us warm and satisfied, hearty food is the order of the day, from rich stews with chunky vegetables to luxurious soups and making the most of seasonal fruits.

If you need some winter inspiration, here’s a selection of comforting classics.

1. Pumpkin, chickpea & coconut curry

For a warming dish, full of wholesome goodness and a touch of worldly cuisine, a curry is always a brilliant go-to. Who doesn’t enjoy a curry? This chunky veggie version is a great way to incorporate the autumn with pumpkin or squash, and infusing some South East Asian flavour with coconut milk and spices. Serve with naan bread, fragrant basmati rice and some chutney to round off the dish.

2. Three-cheese lasagne

When it comes to hearty family staples, lasagne is a great choice. It can be time consuming and a little fiddly though, so if you’re looking to save on the kitchen time or make it a touch healthier, making it meat-free is a great alternative. A simple tomato and vegetable sauce can be used for the filling, whilst a bit of luxury can be found in the addition of pesto, ricotta, mozzarella and parmesan.

3. Toffee apple crumble

An autumnal twist on a classic apple crumble, this toffee-infused recipe also has the added benefit of only requiring one pan, so you can save precious time on the method and enjoy more time enjoying the fruits of your labour! This recipe couldn’t be simpler – you just need some apples, vanilla and ice cream, alongside a handful of cupboard staples.

4. Classic sausage, mash and onion gravy

We mustn’t forget to mention a British classic like sausage, mash and a generous amount of gravy! The method here is simple enough, but the way to ensure a deliciously comforting dish is in picking the best ingredients. Good quality sausages from the butchers are essential, whether you go for pork and leek, Cumberland or another tasty variant. For the mashed potato, butter, milk and a spoon of wholegrain mustard make for a luxurious accompaniment, whilst a rich onion gravy tops off the dish perfectly.

5. Blackberry jam

Making jam may seem like a slightly daunting and time-consuming task if it’s your first time, but it’s actually simple and quick to make. Something a little different to prepare ahead, this particular recipe is great for the autumn with blackberry’s rich, deep flavour.

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Inspiration, Recipes, Tips and tricks

4 essential tips to boost your WiFi at home

October 17, 2017

As so many of us have electronic devices in our homes which can be connected to WiFi, it’s not uncommon to run into problems with signal strength and internet speed from time to time. This can cause some slight inconvenience or serious frustration, depending on the severity of the problem. Thankfully there are a number of simple actions you can take to boost your WiFi at home quickly and cheaply. Here’s four quick fixes:

  1. Pick the right location for the router

Ensuring your router is positioned in the best location possible is absolutely essential to having an efficient and trouble-free WiFi connection in the home. The first thing to do is make sure the router is placed in the centre of the home. The aim of this is to stop the WiFi signal travelling through too many solid surfaces, such as walls, as they can slow down WiFi speeds. If you place the router at one end of the house or in the corner of a room upstairs, you risk affecting the signal strength and speed. Ideally it should be placed centrally, with clear space around it and raised from the floor on a desk or table.

  1. Upgrade your router

You may have fast internet to improve your home WiFi, but if you’re using an old router this will slow things down, so buying a new router is something which should be considered. Different features such as ethernet ports and the number of antennae the router has impact a router’s speed, and there are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to choosing new hardware. Take a look at this roundup of some of the best routers around.

  1. Turn devices off

Devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones shouldn’t be left on all the time – they benefit from being switched off occasionally. If they’re constantly online, the connections can become ‘tired’ and less efficient. Simply switching devices off a little more regularly will make a huge difference.

  1. Get a WiFi extender

If you’ve tried all the above and you’re still struggling to stretch your WiFi signal as far as you’d like, then thankfully there’s still another technological option – the WiFi extender. These handy gadgets boost WiFi connection so you reach those faraway corners of the home or even the garden. Here’s a useful guide to the benefits of a WiFi extender.

If you have any more innovative ways of boosting your WiFi connection then be sure to share them with us on Twitter.

Inspiration, Recipes

5 hearty Halloween recipes

October 17, 2017

It might feel like we’ve only just waved goodbye to the summer, but autumn is now in full swing and Halloween is in fact, right around the corner. Often a big hit with children, Halloween is a great way to introduce a bit of fun to the kitchen, so we’ve brought together some recipes to rustle up with family. From a warming soup to hearty casserole and some deliciously indulgent cake, here’s five recipes to draw inspiration from if you’re going to be getting up to some wizardry in the kitchen.

  1. Pumpkin soup

With autumn’s coolness rolling in, we’re often left craving a hearty soup to warm us up. This is especially great if the kids have been out trick or treating and need to warm up! Pumpkin has a touch of subtle sweetness which children will love. It couldn’t be easier to make – simply cook chopped onions and the pumpkin flesh on a gentle heat for 10 minutes, before adding stock to the pan and simmering. Finally, add some double cream, purée with a hand blender and some with some crusty wholemeal bread.

  1. Nutty toffee apples

An all-time classic, these toffee apples are the perfect evening treat and an easy way to give Halloween at home a special vibe with minimal effort. Dipping the apples in boiling water will get rid of their waxy coating to help the caramel to stick – once this is done you can make the caramel. Here’s a great recipe to help you perfect the caramel and coat the apples. Once coated, dip the apples in a bowl of pistachios to add an extra bit of luxury.

  1. Sausage and pumpkin casserole

Another dish to embrace autumn and the Halloween pumpkin, this casserole recipe is a great opportunity to pack a load of wholesome vegetables into your children’s meal without much fuss. Alongside your choice of vegetables and sausage, fresh sage is a brilliant way to accompany pork with a lovely rich flavour. Good quality sausages are also essential here, so it’s certainly worth heading down to the butchers to see what’s on offer.

  1. Halloween cupcakes

Cupcakes’ simplicity makes them great to bake and decorate with children. The decorations are an obvious attraction for kids, so you’ll have to get creative with some chocolate, buttercream, icing and sweets! If you’re short of spooky inspiration, you can find some brilliant cupcake ideas here.

  1. Chocolate and pumpkin cake

Finally, you can truly satisfy the sweet tooth cravings with a big slice of cake for some well-deserved indulgence. Although pumpkin may seem like more of a savoury ingredient, it’s actually a fantastic addition to a cake mixture. There are plenty of different recipes combining chocolate and pumpkin, from chocolate chip flecked loaves to fully indulgent, layered cakes with rich buttercream like this one!

If you consider yourself a wizard in the kitchen, then our Wizard app is available to give you a helping hand. Wizard was created to use in conjunction with our range of Wi-Fi and NFC-enabled appliances.

Do you have any special Halloween recipes? Be sure to share them with us on Twitter!

Inspiration, Tips and tricks

6 ways to keep cool at home this summer

August 11, 2017

We all love to soak up the rays, enjoy the sunshine and top up your vitamin D, but when the sweltering heat gets a little bit too much, we’ve got the perfect set of heat-defying remedies for you.

From DIY air-con hacks to simple changes in the home, we’ve got you covered. You can stop worrying about over-heating and enjoy the sunny weather (when it’s here!)

  1. Create your own DIY air-con

If you’re not blessed with an actual air conditioning unit, you might have to get practical to fashion an alternative. If you’re really struggling with the heat, it doesn’t take too much effort, fortunately. For some quick cooling action, simply fill a bowl with ice and position it in front of a large fan (not too close!) to provide you with homemade cooling to rival any beachfront breeze.

  1. Swap your sheets

Being too hot at night is one of the worst aspects of warm weather, especially if it results in trouble sleeping. Switching up your bedding is a great way to freshen your bedroom for summer and when it comes to fabrics cotton is a great choice – it’s breathable and stays cooler than heavier alternatives.

  1. Close your blinds

If you’ve been out all day enjoying the sunshine, there’s nothing worse than coming home to relax and cool off only to find that your house is even hotter than it is outside! If you’re out of the house for the day, it’s best to keep your blinds closed to avoid the sunlight heating up your home.

  1. Eat spicy food

Even if the heat has dented your appetite, you should fight the urge to just survive on ice cold drinks because when you’re feeling hot and bothered, a spicy dish is the way forward. Spicy food makes you sweat, which speeds up your body’s cooling down process.

  1. Freeze a sponge

Once you’ve tried this brilliant cooling hack, you’ll wonder why it took you so long to discover it. To prepare for the summer heatwaves, soak a fresh sponge in water and leave it in the freezer to call on when required. It’ll cool you down in seconds without getting you soaked!

  1. Cool your pulse points

It’s always handy to keep a bag of ice in your freezer, some for your refreshing drinks and some for cooling yourself down! If you’re looking for a quick cooling fix, apply an ice pack to your wrists, neck, feet or the back of your knees for fast and effective relief.

Now you know how to keep yourself cool at home, you need to keep make sure your food is suitably chilled. Take a look at our range of innovative frost free or static fridge freezers in a variety of height and widths to suit everybody’s needs.

Got any more hacks for staying cool this summer? Share them with us on Twitter.

Inspiration, Recipes

5 family friendly meals for the summer

August 11, 2017

It’s easy to forget the importance of nutrition amidst fun and games in the sun, but maintaining energy levels is just as important as keeping active. We’ve compiled a few recipes that should appeal to all the family.

  1. Prawn stir fry with udon noodles

Available at most supermarkets and Eastern-Asian stores, udon noodles provide a great energy boost with easily-digestible complex carbohydrates whilst prawns provide your dose of vitamins E and B-12. Pre-made stir fry vegetable packs and sauces make this a no-mess and no-hassle meal. However, if you’re feeling adventurous, try mixing finely sliced ginger, coriander, garlic and fresh chillies with soy sauce and a teaspoon of sugar for a delicious authentic sauce. Simply cook the prawns, add desired vegetables, udon noodles and your freshly made sauce for an Asian taste for all the family.

  1. Mince fajitas

Wrapping up fajitas makes for a fun and flavoursome sit-down meal, which is hearty and full of vegetables. These Mexican delights have been something of a staple in U.K households in recent times thanks to the abundance of all-in-one fajita boxes, and for good reason. Sweat an onion, add lean mince and vegetables and season with fajita mix. The beauty with this one comes with the sides and sauces, slice onion, tomato and fresh chillies for a fresh salsa, mash avocado and squeeze lime for guacamole or mix chives and sour cream for a heartier addition. Put everything out on the table and dig in!

  1. Jerk or piri-piri Chicken

Add a spicy protein element to your summer meals. Sunstroke and overheating can happen easily if you’re out in the sun all day, but adding some real spice to your diet might help you hold out a little longer than usual. Sweating is the body’s way of releasing excess heat and some hot foods can work wonders for your sun stamina. For some delicious spicy chicken, simply mix your desired marinade (we suggest jerk or piri-piri if you can handle it) with some drumsticks or thighs, place in the oven, put a timer on and go enjoy the sun. Serve with rice or chips, fresh coleslaw and vegetables. Although this will work wonders for your heat on the inside, don’t forget to wear sunscreen on the outside!

  1. Smoked Fish Pasta

A perfect vehicle for some omega-3 and carbohydrates, smoked fish pasta is a light and easy meal that’ll have the whole family going back for seconds. Smoked fish comes in packets and is easily available, smoked mackerel fillets or smoked salmon make for a perfect accompaniment to most pasta and vegetable combos. Cook the pasta, add crème fraiche and greens and mix in your smoked fish. Sometimes the simpler options are the best, and this is definitely one of those occasions.

  1. Halloumi flatbreads

Halloumi is becoming more and more commonplace in UK households. Although slightly high in sodium, this Cypriot delight is an excellent, healthy, vegetarian option that definitely doesn’t lack in taste. The salty, versatile flavour suits a range of sauces and accompaniments. Try it with tomato and rocket salad, coriander and mint and yoghurt sauce for a real taste of the Mediterranean. Make as a hearty salad or add to toasted flatbreads for a more filling option. Thank us later.

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Inspiration, Recipes

5 summer essentials for the perfect British picnic

August 10, 2017

The classic British picnic… what better way is there to enjoy a sunny weekend’s afternoon than enjoying food and the countryside with family and friends? So, when you’re preparing for your big day out, what types of food do you tend to go for? Finger foods and refreshing summer flavours are usually the order of the day, so we’ve pulled together a few essential recipes to ensure you’re fully prepared when the time comes!

  1. Quiche Lorraine

An absolute all-time favourite, especially for a sun-drenched summer’s day, quiche is a delightful option. For a lovely homemade version, simply beat eggs, cream and milk together with cheese and nutmeg, then add some cooked bacon before pouring the mixture into a baked pastry case and cooking for around 40 minutes until the filling is set, puffed and golden. Delicious!

  1. Pork pies

Not many foods scream summer picnic like a mini pork pie, served with a tangy chutney. To rustle up your own, line the holes of a muffin tin with hot water crust pastry, then it’s time to add the filling. For the filling, try combining lean pork mince, with a finely chopped onion, nutmeg, mustard powder and Worcestershire sauce. Then it’s time to place pastry lids over the pies and brush with beaten egg before baking.

  1. Mini sausage rolls

Always a great party food option, mini sausage rolls are easy to prepare in advance and are so much tastier than their shop-bought counterparts. For the meat filling, add garlic, parsley and sausage meat to a food blender, then season. Then you just need to wrap the meat in ready-rolled puff pastry and you’re ready to bake. Take a look at this recipe for some tips on the pastry.

  1. Classic scones

Once you’ve filled up with savoury bites, you’ll want a sweet treat to finish up your feast and light, crumbly scones tick all the picnic boxes. Mix flour, salt and baking powder, then add butter and rub until the mixture looks like fine crumbs. Add vanilla and lemon juice to lightly warmed milk, then add to the dry mix. Then it’s time to work the dough, cut into shapes and bake for 10 minutes. Make sure you pack some strawberries, jam and clotted cream to fully complement your perfectly baked scones.

  1. Elderflower, mint and lime cooler

Picnicking is thirsty work, especially when you’re enjoying the (hopefully) glorious British sunshine. You’ll need a tasty drink to keep you cool and refreshed, so try preparing an elderflower, mint and lime cooler to add the final touches to your picnic feast. All you need is some elderflower cordial, fresh lime, mint sprigs and some soda water along with a few ice cubes. If you’re feeling like you fancy an extra kick, gin is the perfect addition to this fresh combination!

Of course, it’s best to prepare your food the night before and store it in the fridge. At Hoover, we’ve put our experience to work and developed a stylish new generation of innovative Wizard

Wi-Fi refrigeration products that combines futuristic intelligence, practical features, like an alarm to tell you if someone’s forgotten to close the fridge door ensuring that all your food stays as fresh as possible.

Keep up to date with all the latest news, updates and competitions by following us on Twitter. Be sure to send us photos of your picnic creations!

Inspiration, Tips and tricks

Family Activities – 5 things to do in the garden

July 31, 2017

There are plenty of activities to get stuck into as a family so don’t waste these summer months on the sofa! Keeping the family active doesn’t have to mean long walks away from home or trips to the pool. Here’s a few things you can do to make the most of the sunshine and get active in the garden.

1. Give badminton a shot

Cheap and readily available Badminton kits means the garden becomes the court in a flash with a quick and easy set up. Endless fun and easy to pick up, Badminton encourages fair competition and helps teach children hand-eye coordination. Keeping everybody fit and active is just as important as relaxing in the sun! A classic, there’s a reason it’s still popular two centuries on.

2. Keep busy with a bee house

Bee’s keep the world turning but sadly we’re losing them at an alarming rate. Without them we face losing a majority of our precious fruit and vegetables. By building a make-shift bee nest you can do your bit to help and have some fun along the way.

Grab a terracotta plant pot, some bamboo sticks or straws and cut them to size (parents), seal the bottom of the pot with modelling clay and stick your sticks or straws in. Once it’s finished, personalise it with flowers and foliage and place it in a corner of the garden and watch them settle. Don’t worry, they’re more scared of you than you are of them.

3. Grow your own fun

Planting fruit and vegetables is a great group task as there are enough jobs to do for everybody, and it’s a chance for children to learn responsibility and take care of their chosen plants. Once the fruit or veg is ready you can harvest them and enjoy the results as a family, showing that the effort pays off. It can be hard to get children to eat well so getting them involved in the process early is a real benefit.

4. Garden Totem Poles

Why not work together on an alternative garden decoration? Sand down some old wood and carve some patterns to make an Aboriginal or Mayan inspired template, again for safety this should be done by an adult! Once carved, hand over to the children to paint and design. This kind of activity encourages some creativity and artistry, working towards a common goal and celebrating the results – something the kids will definitely remember fondly! Once summer’s over you can put it up in the house, providing it’s not too scary.

5. Hose pipes at the ready

Everyone remembers the fun of a water fight. Water fights are a great way to get out stresses and frustrations in a harmless environment for siblings and partners alike. Remember a grass garden is ideal from a safety point of view. There are countless things you can get involved in the fun; water guns, the hose pipe (if it’s got extra settings you’re in for a winner) and water balloons. Playing pong with buckets and a tennis ball is a good way to integrate a bit more competition, losers get the bucket tipped over them.

If you have any innovative ways of passing the time with the kids this summer when why not share them with us over on twitter.



Cleaning, Inspiration

9 things to think about when choosing a vacuum cleaner

July 14, 2017

The average adult with cleaning responsibilities spends four hours and seven minutes cleaning their home every week. Time is precious, and whether you love cleaning or hate it, it’s essential to make sure your vacuum is right for you. With the abundance of options on the market it’s easy to get lost in the features and the terminology. That’s why we’re offering our expert advice on what you should consider when choosing your next vacuum cleaner.

  1. Pets & allergies

Pets, dust and pollen can cause health problems and with summer in full swing there’s some distressing months ahead for hay fever sufferers. Particles, mites and bacteria can take over upholstery quickly in older households and you need to know if yours is prone to this. With the variation in filtration technology you can tailor your filter grading to your requirements. Our pets models are all you need for tackling pet hairs and stubborn mess.

  1. Size & weight

It’s important to consider how much you can handle. If you’re going to be cleaning for a long time a heavy vacuum can cause aches and back problems but could also save time in covering larger surface areas. Manoeuvrability can be essential, if you’ve got radiators and awkward small spaces you’d have trouble with larger vacuums.

  1. Type

Tracking the jargon – Upright vacuums excel in cleaning carpet and pile by brushing and don’t require much back bending due to their size. Cylinders are better for hard floors and upholstery, they’re usually smaller and help you get to those tricky spaces.

  1. Energy usage

Being green is more important than ever, we’re fortunate in the advancement of our technology that we can keep providing eco-friendly alternatives. The cost of the tech can often be absorbed by the energy efficiency so it’s worth weighing up the balance.

  1. Bag or bagless

Dust bags are an easy and hygienic option for disposing of the waste and stop bacteria escaping but can be costly to replace. There have been significant advancements in bagless technology which means that less dust and dirt is able to escape the chambers, this makes for easier cleaning and removal. Bagless also means you can see what’s going inside so you can find anything small you clean up by accident.

  1. Capacity

A benefit of larger capacity, of course, means you don’t have to empty the vacuum often making for an easy cleaning session. If cleaning every day is your thing you’re likely to save yourself time being able to cover more ground in one go.

  1. Corded or cordless

Latest cordless technology means charging times and run time are optimized for longer cleaning sessions, our stick range starts at an affordable £69.99 with the Capsule Cordless Stick Vacuum with handheld options around £30. It’s essential to consider how much you could clean in the run-time, it’s estimated that the average person vacuums for 28 minutes each session. Thanks to retractable leads, a happy medium can also be achieved at affordable prices without the hassle of winding up wires.

  1. Extras

There’s a plethora of vacuums with extra features emerging onto the market. Handheld dust-buster and turbo-tool attachments help you get the best of both worlds and bacteria destroying UV lights make for more hygienic carpets and visibility.

  1. Value

Added extras and personalisation can be costly. Thankfully, the wide variation in vacuums means you can find the right fit for you without breaking the bank.

Here at Hoover we’re all about innovation. We’re keen to hear what you consider when buying a vacuum so we can make your buying experience as good as possible, you can find us on Twitter here.