How many vacuum cleaners are sold in the United States per year?
there are approximatly 2 vacuum cleaners sold a year
There are many different retailers that offer mini vacuum cleaners such as Sears, Wal Mart, and Bed Bath & Beyond. Mini vacuum cleaners are available in many different styles, sizes, and colors so choosing the best one really depends on personal preference or the intended use of the appliance such as some may be better for a personal workshop or for a vehicle.
A vacuum cleaner is a cleaning tool in many households. Most come with a carpet and rug cleaning design, which features a rotating brush to pick up dirt so that the vacuum can carry it to the bag. These are called 'upright' vacuum cleaners, as opposed to 'canister' vacuum cleaners, which are connected by a hose to the tool being used. Many upright vacuums now have hoses, which can be used like a canister hose…
There are many easy-to-find and great vacuum cleaners out there but some of the very best are cleaners like Hoover, Oreck, Dyson, Miele, Aerus, Sebo, and Riccar. Hoovers are the champions though as their machines are able to last a decade and still work very effectively. Dysons have been able to put up those numbers but not as consistently.
There are many places in Ottawa where one can go to buy parts for Dyson vacuum cleaners. Stores such as Cardy Vacuum, Sears and Super Vacs each carry Dyson vacuum parts. Each of these stores has a website one can visit to check for the required part and if desired one can place an order for it online.
Do you mean " How many states are in the Continental United States?" If so, there are 48. The continental United States refers to the states that are connected by borders. Hawaii & Alaska are located away from the other states, therefore they aren't considered to be in the Continental United States.
According to the United States' Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics for May 2009 (the most recent period for which statistics are available), 4,269,480 people were employed in building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations. Of these, 2,090,400 were classified as "janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners" in non-supervisory positions. For more information, see Related Links, below.