Roombas are of course really awesome things to have in your home. These little robotic vacuums have the ability to automatically vacuum your home and clean your floors. It is ingenious because you don’t have to do any work yourself. That being said, there have been some questions that people have been asking us. The question we are here to clear up to day is can Roomba clean multiple rooms?
Can Roomba Clean Multiple Rooms?
The short answer to this question is yes, Roombas of all sorts can definitely clean multiple rooms. Heck, it would not really make sense if each of these robotic vacuums could only clean a single room. If you have a big home, this would mean buying many Roombas, one for each room, potentially a dozen or more. This would just not make any sense. Now that we have established that Roombas can clean multiple rooms, let’s quickly talk about how they do this.
Roomba: iAdapt Navigation Sensors & Mapping
The first thing which allows Roombas to clean multiple rooms is the advanced mapping and navigation capabilities it comes with. To be clear, the more expensive and newer the model of Roomba is that you buy, the better these abilities are. The best Roombas out there can map several rooms and keep them in its memory. It will then use its assigned cleaning pattern to clean each room, moving from one to the other until they are all clean.
Now, the older models might have to be placed in room after room manually, but the newer ones will do this on their own. They might have a little bit of an issue with ledges separating rooms, but they definitely have the ability to clean multiple rooms at once.
Roomba & Lighthouse Beacons
What is really cool about the newer Roomba models is that they usually come with lighthouse beacons. These are little sensors which you can place in various rooms. The signal they emit lets the Roomba know that the room they are in needs to be cleaned. The Roomba will travel to each room with a beacon and vacuum it until the whole room has been cleaned. Most newer models come with 2 of these beacons, but you can buy more of them if you so choose.
At the same time, many Roombas also come with virtual wall barriers. These barriers can be placed in front of a room in order to force a Roomba to stay in that particular room until it is done cleaning. Depending on the layout of your home, you can set the barriers up in front of several rooms at once to get the Roomba to stay in a particular set of rooms. This is definitely quite convenient for anyone who does not want to have to vacuum themselves.
The bottom line is that the majority of Roomba models out there have various features which allow them to clean multiple rooms. If you are tired of vacuuming manually, you should definitely look into getting one for yourself.