Best Vacuum for Wood Floors | 2020 Vacuum Reviews

We’ve selected the top hardwood floor vacuum in seven different categories. This allows you to choose the right hard floor vacuum for the way you like to clean.

In the table below you can see what we consider to be the best vacuum for wood floors in each category, with key features and price check links. This section allows you to quickly find the right machine for your purposes, order it if you want, and get on with your day. It’s that simple.

Product Features
Bissell PowerEdge Pet Hardwood Floor Vacuum

  • Best Overall
  • Price: $50-$60
  • Weight: 7.5 lbs
  • Cleans edges & corners
  • Lightweight
  • Powerful suction
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Bissell Cleanview Upright Bagless Vacuum

  • Best Upright
  • Price: $95-$120
  • Weight: 15.4 lbs
  • Multi-surface vacuum
  • One Pass Technology
  • Anti Allergen
  • Long & high cleaning reach
 

 

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Bissell Hard Floor Expert Canister Vacuum

  • Best Canister
  • Price: $210
  • Weight: 13 lbs
  • Powerful suction
  • Multi surface
  • Compact & easy to carry
  • Turbine hard floor brush
 

 

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Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away TruePet Upright Vacuum

  • Best for Pets
  • Price: $250-$300
  • Weight: 16.7 lbs
  • Lift-Away Mode
  • Self-cleaning brushroll
  • Anti Allergen
  • Swivel Steering
 

 

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Dyson V8 Absolute Cord-Free Stick Vacuum

  • Best Cordless Stick
  • Price: $299-$449
  • Weight: 5.64 lbs
  • Cord free
  • 30 mins charge
  • Transforms to handheld
 

 

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eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S (Slim), Robot Vacuum Cleaner

  • Best Robot
  • Price: $219.99
  • Weight: 8.8 lbs
  • Quiet
  • Strong suction
  • Self charging
  • 100 minutes cleaning
 

 

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Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Handheld Vacuum

  • Best Handheld
  • Price: $30-$37
  • Weight: 5 lbs
  • Cleans pet hair
  • Easy to empty
  • Cleans upholstery
  • Low cost
 

 

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There are four Bissell products on the list. Bissell has answered the challenge of market leaders like, Shark and Dyson, to produce top-quality, high-performance hardwood vacuums at competitive prices. That combination represents good value.

Did you know? If you are a Shark enthusiast, we’ve created the Top Shark Vacuums Review for the best Shark products in each of these categories.

Now, let’s take a deep dive of the best vacuums for hardwood floors.

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Best Vacuum for Hardwood Floors – Full Reviews

This section includes ratings, pros and cons, specifications and useful user comments that will help you with your buying decision.

Best Overall: Bissell PowerEdge

best vacuum for hardwood overall - bissell poweredge

Here’s a deeper look at the vacuum we’ve chosen as the single best vacuum for use on hardwood flooring.

Best Feature:The fact that it is designed for hardwood in its shape, performance and materials used. And it won’t mar soft flooring like pine, laminate, cork or linoleum.

Biggest Concern:While the design is great for outside corners – when the corner is facing you and the walls are angling away – it isn’t good for inside corners like in the corner of a room.

You might be able to suck up light dust and pet hair in a corner, but anything substantial will require removing it with a damp cloth or using a broom to sweep it out from the corner where the vacuum can get it.

Ratings and Most Helpful User Reviews:

User satisfaction is 80% to 82% across review platforms. About 12% of reviewers wouldn’t buy it again.

These user comments provide good insight into the pros and cons of the Bissell PowerEdge Pet Hardwood Floor Bagless Cleaner 81L2A:

  • Owned for 4 years and am compulsive about getting pet hair off the hardwood and tile. It never fails.
  • Sucks up sand!
  • The swivel head is easy to steer.
  • Inexpensive but not cheap.
  • Doesn’t lay as flat as some sticks, so can’t reach very far under furniture and beds.
  • A bit loud.
  • I wish the 20 foot cord were longer.
  • Bagless saves $ on bags, and the dust cup is easy to remove/put back. But dumping it is dusty, so I do it in the garage.
  • Tippy. Don’t expect it to stand up by itself.
  • More compact than it looks in the pictures. Doesn’t take much room in the closet.

Buy this Hardwood Vacuum if:You want a specialized tool for excellent cleaning of wood and similar floors.

Specs:

  • Weight: 7.5lbs
  • Cord: 20 feet
  • Motor: 6 amp cyclonic
  • Tools: None
  • Steering: Swivel
  • Cleaning width: 11.5 inches
  • Filters: Pre-motor filter and filter assembly. A replacement pack is available.
  • Warranty: 1 year, about the industry average.

Here are additional thoughts to complete the Bissell PowerEdge Pet vacuum review:

No pets, no problem: This unit is marketed to pet owners because it picks up hair like a champ. But you don’t need a pet to be impressed with this vacuum’s performance.

Keep the filters clean: Some negative reviews state the machine loses power in a few months to a year or more. Many don’t seem to realize it is a filter issue.

Clogged filters are filters doing their job. But they will inhibit suction. Clean/replace them, and full suction should return.

Did you know? This vacuum is available in a Stick Vacuum and Steam Bundle with the Bissell PowerFresh steam mop, which received our Best Steam Mop for Hardwood rating. Steam gets stuck gunk off the floor when a vacuum can’t, and it sanitizes too.

You save a few bucks buying them together. Look for the deal below the regular pricing information at the top of the product page.

Best Upright: Bissell CleanView

Best Upright Vacuum for Hardwood Flooring - Bissell CleanView

You’ll appreciate its power, versatility and the tools listed below. The cost is significantly less than comparably rated Dyson and Shark vacuums.

Best Feature: It’s cleaning strength – the main consideration for any vacuum. Bissell calls it OnePass technology, meaning it picks up all visible dirt in a single pass.

This unit has a quality brushroll to loosen and remove hair and particles from all floor surfaces. The tools make good use of the 8 amps of power too.

Biggest Concern: Clogs and dirty filters that reduce power are top complaints. Any vacuum needs to be maintained – but this unit seems to need a little more TLC than average.

Ratings and Most Helpful User Reviews:

Positive ratings are 81% to 84%. The negative is 12% to 14%. There aren’t many neutral owners of this vacuum.

These verified user comments clarify the Bissell CleanView upright vacuum pros and cons:

  • Cleans our hardwood plus low-pile and shag rugs.
  • Lives up to the “one pass” claim.
  • Head is wider than most.
  • Clean the filters proactively or buy a second set to have on hand.
  • The clear dust canister makes it easy to know when it needs to be emptied.
  • A 2 liter dirt cup is larger than the last few bagless vacuums I’ve had. And it dumps at the bottom for less mess.
  • Assembled easily with snaps and one screw (Philips) for the handle.
  • A bit underwhelmed by the hard and cheap bristles on the accessory brush.
  • The mini turbo brush is great for small jobs and upholstery.
  • Picked up loads of pet fur our Dyson didn’t.
  • Low setting is sufficient for hardwood. High is better for carpeting.

Buy this Hardwood Floor Vacuum if: You have multiple flooring types but want just one machine. The Bissell CleanView is an affordable good-quality, high-powered vacuum for all floors and upholstery.

Specs:

  • Weight: 15.4lbs
  • Cord: 25 feet
  • Motor: 8 amp cyclonic
  • Tools: TurboBrush upholstery and small-mess too, dusting brush hose attachment, crevice tool and
  • extension wand. The hose is 6 feet.
  • Steering: Non-swivel
  • Cleaning width: 13.5 inches
  • Filters: Single
  • Warranty: 2 years.

We’ll complete the Bissell CleanView upright 1831 review with a few final comments.

Soft flooring warning: The brush can’t be disabled. It won’t mar most hardwood flooring that is sealed and in good condition. We don’t recommend a brush for softer materials like cork or linoleum. The PowerEdge Pet is a better option for soft materials.

The cord – good and bad: The 25-foot cord is long enough for good reach, but not too long for easy tangling. However, there is no automatic rewind. And it’s located low, so you will likely run over it a few times until you learn to steer clear of it.

Read our 2020 Best Upright Vacuum Reviews

Best Canister: Bissell Hard Floor Expert

Besy Canister Vacuum for Hardwood - Bissell Hard Floor Expert

You can spend $500+ on a Dyson canister or $1,000+ on a Miele canister without getting significantly better results. This unit is a great value at a fraction of the cost.

Best Feature: The turbine foot designed for hard flooring. The suction causes it to spin. It’s passive rather than direct-drive action, so is much gentler on hardwood, laminate and softer flooring. But the rotation is enough to agitate dirt, debris and hair, making it easier for the suction to do its job.

Biggest Concern: Mediocre performance on carpet, especially anything above low pile. If you have a lot of carpeting, the Bissell CleanView Upright reviewed above is a more versatile machine for homes with hard flooring and carpeting.

Ratings and Most Helpful User Reviews:

Positive ratings are 73% to 75%. The negative reviews account for 16% to 18%.

Here are helpful comments from users:

  • Sucks up anything on wood, tile and laminate.
  • Lighter and quieter than my Dyson.
  • Love the automatic cord retraction.
  • If you don’t mind cleaning the filter at least monthly to keep suction strength, you will love this vacuum.
  • Gets dirt close to the wall.
  • The back wheels don’t turn as easily as they should, so you sometimes end up dragging the vacuum instead of it rolling along behind you.
  • The wand is easy to attach and is great for reaching up, behind and under.
  • Hard to use on stairs.
  • Cord (18’) could be longer.
  • You have to lift up the head and set it down on large items to pick them up.
  • Push-button, bottom emptying of the dust cup makes it easy, though still a dirtier job than replacing a bag.
  • It’s compact (smaller than the pics make you think), but that makes it easy to store

Buy this Canister Vacuum if: You like a canister because you can set down the heaviest part of the vacuum and use just the lightweight handle. Specific to this Bissell Canister, you want powerful suction for cleaning hard flooring and don’t have thick carpet.

Specs

  • Weight: 9.3lbs
  • Cord: 18 feet
  • Motor: 9.2 amps
  • Tools: Hard floor foot, carpet foot, crevice tool, dusting brush, telescoping wand
  • Steering: Swivel
  • Cleaning width: 11 inches
  • Filters: Single non-HEPA filter with design to capture large debris and fine particulates
  • Warranty: 2 years

Here are a couple of final notes on the Bissell Hard Floor Expert Multi-Cyclonic vacuum:

Easy on the arm: If the weight of an upright can be an issue for you, handling just the wand and foot cuts the weight and reduces fatigue.

Why all the negative reviews? The majority of them focus on one of two issues, or both: The fact the filters must be regularly cleaned to maintain good suction, a common issue with all bagless vacuums, and the so-so cleaning of thick carpets.

Even many of those reviewers’ comment on the very capable suction and hard-floor cleaning this model delivers.

Best for Pets: Shark Rotator TruePet

Best Hardwood Floor Vacuum for Pets - Shark Rotator TruePet

If you don’t mind the cost of this unit compared with a comparable Bissell, then this could be your top vacuum on the list. It’s versatile design works for all floor types and above-floor cleaning too.

Best Feature: It’s a toss-up between the three floor settings (hard flooring without brushroll, and low-pile or high-pile carpet with brushroll), excellent collection of tools and the power of a 1,200-watt motor that makes all that cleaning possible.

Biggest Concern: Cleaning carpet in stick-vacuum mode is a challenge. Here’s why. Without the canister, the vacuum is light.

That’s not good because the roller brush will pull the vacuum along like it is self-propelled, rather than agitating the carpet. To get agitation, you have to hold back the head, and that’s tiring. Upright mode (with canister in place) is the best mode for carpet unless you are reaching under furniture and beds.

Ratings and Most Helpful User Reviews:

Between 84% and 87% of reviewers give this vacuum high ratings. Only 10% to 12% are negative.

These comments address the Shark TruePet vacuum pros and cons:

  • There’s plenty of suction in Hard Floor mode, and the roller is off to protect delicate flooring.
  • Picks up sand, pet hair and small-medium debris like dry cereal from hardwood. For larger debris, the head removes easily to use the hose.
  • Soft wheels and underside don’t harm my white oak floors.
  • Love the LED lights! Everything shows up on hardwood, so I don’t leave any dirt behind.
  • It’s a heavy vacuum! Carrying it upstairs is a chore.
  • Huge dust bin holds lots of pet hair and dirt.
  • The motorized mini pet brush removes embedded pet fur on upholstery in one or two passes.
  • Cleans as good as a friend’s Dyson Cinetic, but cyclone action isn’t as good. As a result, fine dust clogs the foam filter faster instead of getting deposited in the bin. This means cleaning the filter more often.
  • No more feather duster! I use the light wand on blinds and lights. So easy!

Buy this Hard Floor Vacuum if: You have hard flooring and carpet, so want a versatile machine that will deliver floor to ceiling cleaning with impressive tools.

Specs:

  • Weight: 15.4lbs upright; 8lbs Lift-Away canister
  • Cord: 30 feet
  • Motor: 9.5-amp, 1,200 watts. Best in class.
  • Tools: TruePet motorized mini-brush, crevice tool/brush combo, dusting tool/brush combo and bare
  • floor tool for use with the canister.
  • Steering: Swivel
  • Cleaning width: 11.5 inches
  • Filters: Pre-motor filter, 2 foam filters and HEPA main filter.
  • Warranty: 7-year warranty is much longer than average.

Here’s our Shark Rotator TruePet Lift-Away NV752 review wrap-up.

Best Overall? This is a hardwood vacuum and much more. It has customized functionality for cleaning all surfaces.

If you only have hard floors, you don’t need all this power and motorized rollerbrush. Take another look at the Bissell PowerEdge 81L2A especially if you don’t need all the tools included with this one.

A few bad apples: This machine has a low percentage of negative ratings. Most of them are about a vacuum that quit working within a few weeks to a few months. While rare, it happens. If you get a bad apple, it will likely quit while under warranty, and you’ll receive a replacement at no cost.

Best Cordless Stick: Dyson V8 Absolute

Best Cordless Vacuum for Hardwood - Dyson V8 Absolute

Once you recognize the limitations of a cordless (limited run-time and suction, smaller dust cup, not a carpet deep-cleaner), then you’ll appreciate what this tool can do.

Best Feature: Cleaning versatility. The Dyson V8 has good power, separate heads for hard flooring and carpet and effective tools. Plus, the detachable handheld for concentrated cleaning.

Biggest Concern: A small percentage of batteries lose capacity or fail to take a charge with time. That’s coupled with Dyson’s iffy customer service when you’re trying to get answers or a replacement battery.

Ratings and Most Helpful User Reviews:

80% to 84% of users are happy with the V8. Negative reviews account for about 15% of the total.

These comments point out the Dyson V8 Absolute pros and cons:

  • So easy to grab for touch-up cleaning, so I don’t haul out the big machine very often.
  • I vacuum more frequently with this unit because of the convenience, so my apartment is cleaner.
  • Pistol grip a little hard on soft hands.
  • What sold me was the easy conversion to a handheld.
  • It’s my go-to stair vacuum.
  • Battery won’t take a charge anymore.
  • Quieter with better filtration than the Dyson V6.
  • Pulls pet hair from short carpet better than expected.
  • Bought it because it was #1 for cordless from JD Power. Works as expected.

Buy this Stick Vacuum if: You are shopping for a vacuum to use on limited hard floor square footage and/or for spot cleaning, car detailing, cobweb removal and similar tasks. It’s not bad on low-pile carpet either, but run-time is more limited.

Specs:

  • Weight: 5.7lbs
  • Cord: N/A
  • Motor: 115-watt cyclonic
  • Tools: Soft head for hard floors, carpet head, crevice too, mini motorized tool, dusting brush
  • Cleaning width: 9 inches
  • Steering: Non-swivel
  • Filters: HEPA
  • Warranty: 2 years

Here’s a couple additional notes to complete the Dyson V8 Absolute cordless vacuum review:

Run-times: Some users see “up to 40 minutes” but don’t keep reading.

  • About 40 minutes when not using a motorized tool (duster for dusting, crevice tool for ceiling corners)
  • Up to 30 minutes with hard floor head
  • Up to 16 minutes on low with the carpet head
  • Up to 8 minutes on high with the carpet head

Battery charging: This unit comes with a single battery that requires about 3.5 hours to charge.

Consider a second set of filters: They’re washable, but take 24 hours or longer to dry. Having a second set will encourage washing more often – which will preserve suction power – and you won’t be left without cordless convenience while they are drying.

Read our 2020 Best Dyson Vacuum Reviews

Best Robot: Eufy Boost IQ RoboVac 11S Best Robot Vacuum for Hardwood - Eufy Boost IQ RoboVac 11S

Let’s go deeper with our full eufy RoboVac 11S review.

Best Feature: 1,300 Pa (Pascal pressure unit) suction. That’s an upgrade of 300 Pa (30%) from RoboVac 11 models. The suction is concentrated, and the four brushes guide debris into its flow.

Biggest Concern: Lots of pet hair. This probably isn’t the tool for you if you have shedding pets and want just one vacuum to handle it. Sooner or later, abundance of fur will clog and bog any robot vac.

Ratings and Most Helpful User Reviews:

An impressive 88% to 90% of users are high on this robot. Less than 10% wish they had bought something else.

The eufy Boost IQ 11S Slim pros and cons are revealed in these insightful comments from verified users:

  • Setup is more challenging for some users than others. Most say it’s pretty easy with clear instructions to follow.
  • Good wall and drop sensors, so it never bumps into things or falls down the stairs.
  • Big wheels allow it to climb from hard flooring over the transition strip to carpet without getting stuck.
  • Does a good job with Maltese fur. The fur is short, and he’s a light shedder.
  • Customer service is excellent.
  • Problem code sticker on the bottom of the unit makes it easy to know what’s wrong when the vacuum beeps and resolve it.
  • Good suction on most stuff, not as good on heavy, fine sand.
  • If it gets stuck on a cord, it changes directions in a few seconds to get unstuck.
  • No top sensor like some robot vacs, so if you have a very low piece of furniture, it might get stuck trying to get under it.

Buy this Robot Vacuum if: You’re committed to a robot vacuum, want the best and would characterize the cleaning demands in your home as light to moderate. For heavier cleaning, we recommend one of the other models in our list.

Specs:

  • Weight: 5.7lbs
  • Cord: N/A
  • Motor: 1,300 Pa
  • Tools: None
  • Cleaning width: 12.8 inches
  • Filters: 2 foam and 1 paper
  • Warranty: 1 year

Final thoughts for our Eufy Boost IQ RoboVac 11S review.

All-around better: This model has significant upgrades over earlier versions. We mentioned more power and a lower profile. It also has a larger (.6L) dustbin, tempered glass top that is scratch-resistant and better filtration.

Dark matter: Like most robotic vacuum sensors, those on the 11S don’t “see” dark colors very well. The vac might bump into dark objects like a black dog dish or think very dark carpet is a drop-off, so turn and run from it.

Best Handheld: Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Handheld Vacuum

 

This affordable handheld Bissell vacuum shows intelligent design, and it was given enough power to do the jobs it is tasked with.

Best Feature: It absolutely gets rid of stubborn pet fur. Reviewers line up to rave about it. The rubber nozzle is a unique and effective feature, combing out hair for the powerful motor to suck into the generously sized .78L dirt cup.

The nozzle will get dirty, since it is designed to attract the stuff, and that’s why it’s called the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser. It’s easy to wash under the faucet with mild dish or hand soap.

Biggest Concern: The combing of upholstery does take a little effort – especially if it’s been a while and the fur ends have worked into the material. Most handhelds have nearly zero cleaning impact on embedded pet fur.

Ratings and Most Helpful User Reviews:

Positive ratings for this tool are 83% to 86%. Those that don’t like it account for about 10% of reviews.

Here are the Bissell Pet Hair Remover handheld vacuum pros and cons expressed by verified users:

  • Brilliant for pet fur; so-so for heavier stuff like soil and sand.
  • Ergonomic handle is very comfortable.
  • Exhaust blows down from the bottom of the machine, and it will scatter dust if you don’t hold the vacuum on or very close to the floor as shown in the product pics.
  • Impressive suction for a little machine.
  • Dumping the dirt without spreading it around is easy.
  • Getting the dirt cup back on is a little tricky at first.
  • It’s louder than my old handheld, maybe because it’s more powerful.

Buy this Handheld Vacuum if: Pet fur. Pet fur. Pet fur. Removing it is what the tool does very well. For other cleaning duties, its performance is still better than average for a handheld.

Specs:

  • Cord: 16 feet
  • Motor: 4 amp cyclonic
  • Tools: Rubberized silicone head and hard plastic head
  • Cleaning width: 5 inches
  • Filters: 1 mesh, 1 paper
  • Warranty:

Pro Tip for furry upholstery: If you don’t like the idea of having to work a bit to comb out embedded fur, and you’re in the market for a full-size vac too, there are three on this list that will do the trick. The Bissell CleanView, Shark Rotator and Dyson V8 all have motorized brushes about the size of this handheld that do the combing for you. Take your pick of the one that has the other features you want in your next machine.

What to Look for in a Hardwood Vacuum

Know your Options:

Here are your hardwood floor vacuum options with pros and cons.

Upright: A smart choice when you have a combination of hardwood, hard flooring and carpeting. Some, like the Shark Rotator TruePet Upright on this list have a separate “Lift-Away” canister, nice for hardwood, stairs and above-floor jobs.

The concerns about an upright are the weight which might increase user fatigue with heavy use. If an upright has a beater bar not designed for hardwood, it should be disabled. If that’s not possible, choose a different hardwood floor vacuum.

Canister: A canister vacuum is either pulled around the room on wheels, like the Bissell Hard Floor Expert 1547 on the list, or carried with a handle and set down, like the Lift-Away in the Shark Rotator TruePet.

The advantage of a canister is that you’re only handling a light hose and vacuum head or wand and tool while doing the work. If the canister doesn’t have wheels, it must be lifted and moved, which can be tiring too. Plus, there’s the potential for moving a little too far from the unit and having it tip over. It could break or damage the floor.

Stick: A stick vacuum is ideal for hardwood and other hard flooring where the job can be done with less suction, and hence a lighter motor. The result is that a good stick vacuum is light, so safe on all floors, but has enough power for adequate cleaning. At least it should, and the two on this list definitely do.
The drawback to a stick is that they are not the best machine for carpeting.

Cordless: The choice is go-anywhere cordless convenience on the upside and limited run-time and power on the downside. Dirt bin size is an issue too.

We chose the Dyson V8 Absolute cordless because it balances powerful cleaning action with good battery life.

Robot: A robot vacuum is best used on lightly soiled floors. If a pet is present and has short fur that doesn’t shed a lot, the robot might do the job. Heavy shedding pets and thick-pile carpeting are the bane of the robot vacuum. With that in mind, you cannot beat the “never vacuum yourself” cleaning of a robot.

We chose the eufy Boost IQ RoboVac 11S because of increased suction and big wheels that perform better than most on carpet.

Handheld:For spot cleaning, auto care, stairs and similar tasks, a handheld vacuum can’t be beat. It’s not a good choice for entire floors, obviously.

We chose the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser 33A1 because it does all the basics quite well and is the best on the market for getting pet hair out of upholstery and carpet.
It’s worth noting too that the Dyson V8 on the list includes a detachable handheld vacuum. It’s cordless. But it won’t handle pet fur like the Bissell.

Other Hardwood Floor Vacuum Considerations

Designed with hardwood in mind: Since this is a guide for hardwood floor vacuums, we’ve only chosen machines that fit this criterion. Vacuums made mostly for carpet might damage hardwood with a briskly beating roller or hard wheels.

Hard floors only? If all your flooring is hardwood or other hard flooring, you need less suction to do the job. This usually means a stick or a canister.

They’re lighter than uprights, and some come with a lower cost too. Oh, and if the dirt and fur is light, then a robot can be considered too.

Do you need a carpet vacuum too? You’ll want moderate-to-high suction. The two uprights on our list are your best choices for hardwood and carpet flooring.

They have the suction required for pulling dirt and fur from deep in carpeting and a rollerbrush to assist the process. If the carpet is short, and there’s not a lot of it, the Dyson V8 and eufy robot 11S will handle it too.

What about stairs? Five of the hardwood vacuums on the list are light and easy to use on stairs. The Bissell CleanView 1831 and the robot vacuum aren’t good machines for stairs. The Shark Rotator stays on the stairs list because the removable canister is perfect for them.

Do you want advanced filtration? If so, the Shark Rotator NV752 is the clear winner on the list. Shark vacuums are first in class for removing and keeping dirt out of the air you breathe.

Got pets? While the Shark TruePet has the top all-around pet features, the Bissell CleanView and Dyson V8 Absolute also have motorized brush tools from removing embedded hair. And while it isn’t a whole-house vacuum, the Bissell Pet Hair Eraser is great for spot-cleaning pet fur on upholstery.
If there are other hardwood floor vacuums that you rate highly please share them with us in the comments below.

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