Asthma Vacuum Cleaners
Asthma vacuum cleaners are endorsed by the National Asthma Council's Sensitive Choice program and are designed to reduce asthma triggers in your home. View our complete range of asthma vacuums below, and you will receive free delivery on all online orders over the value of $99!
Vacuum Cleaners for Asthma Sufferers at Godfreys
The vacuum cleaners in this collection are all designed to help people with asthma by removing as many potential triggers as possible. With an endorsement from the National Asthma Council's Sensitive Choice Program, each machine in this range meets the highest possible standards of cleaning.
Features designed to remove irritants from your home
You'll love features that are intended to give your home a thorough clean, removing potentially harmful particles that could trigger an asthma attack. These include powerful motors, deep cleaning technology, and impressive filtration.
Top brands for the best clean
Each cleaner in this range is classified as a Triple Action vacuum. This is the highest possible rating available. Discover models from premium European brands like Sauber, as well as other elite brands including Hoover and Vorwerk Kobold. These manufacturers have a reputation for producing high-quality cleaning solutions, so you can vacuum with confidence for years to come.
Remove common asthma attack triggers
The powerful machines in this category have been recognised as having a genuine impact on asthma management in the home. These vacuums are also fantastic for removing allergy-causing dust mites, and they make light work of pet hair as well, making them great all-round vacuum cleaners.
Free delivery for orders over $99
When you purchase a vacuum cleaner ideal for asthma management, you can get free shipping if your order comes to more than $99. For more information on this offer or any of our products, contact us online or head in store to speak to your local Godfreys cleaning specialists.
Looking for more information on asthma? Our asthma and allergies page answers some common questions, or visit the National Asthma Council Australia website for a dedicated space for sufferers and carers.