Everyone has this fear of robots taking over the world. They feel more robots mean fewer jobs. I know a few posts I wouldn’t mind robots taking over, my chores. No one enjoys sweeping or vacuuming, and if they tell you they do, call their bluff. Since first launched, robot vacuum cleaner’s ownership has increased immensely. Does that mean that house helpers have lost their jobs? No, it just means their jobs are a little easier and less back-breaking. With the technology of said vacuum cleaners improving daily, I foresee a rise in sales.
Does the robot cleaner have on upon the traditional vacuum cleaner? While robot vacuums are useful in many ways, there are tasks they cannot execute, like cleaning your couches or curtains. Therefore they won’t replace the traditional space. You can have the convenience without the robot, but you can’t have the robot without the conventional. That should help answer some questions, they will not help save money, but they can help protect your back.
One thing that you should consider is that they will save you time, and in this day and age, time is money. A robot cleaner can be programmed to clean your house daily if you would like. And an hour and a half daily will save you ten and a half hours, that’s a full workday so that the costs might come just out weight the time-saving. Some families hire a cleaner to do their vacuuming but think about how many other more critical chores they can take care of in the time they would take to vacuum the house.
Just imagine, sitting and watching your sports on Sunday, the NFL, or the UFC. Usually, there is that dark cloud over your head, that pestering voice in your ear reminding you of the vacuuming. The little robot vacuum would take those blues away, hell, he’ll even clean while you are watching, and a lot more quietly.