What is the difference between a canister and an upright vacuum?
The main difference between a canister and upright vacuums is the design of the appliance. Canister vacuums have a separate motor and dirt container, while an upright vacuum has an all-in-one design. Upright vacuums stand up on their own, while canister vacuums have multiple pats that do not stand on their own. Upright vacuums are much easier to use and store, while canister vacuums are usually quieter and lighter than upright vacuums. Canister and upright vacuum options can operate on multiple surface types. Within Walk-Behind Upright Vacuums, the recommended surface types include Tile and Multisurface. For more information about vacuums, check out our buying guide, Best Vacuum Cleaners for Your Cleaning Needs.
What are the cord length options for Walk-Behind Upright Vacuums?
Within Walk-Behind Upright Vacuums, cord lengths range from less than 5 to 50 feet.
What are the shipping options for Walk-Behind Upright Vacuums?
Some Walk-Behind Upright Vacuums can be shipped to you at home, while others can be picked up in store.
Which brand has the largest assortment of Walk-Behind Upright Vacuums at The Home Depot?
Shark has the largest assortment of Walk-Behind Upright Vacuums.