Alex James, better known as the bass player in Blur, recently encountered the Big Brutes

Alex James, better known as the bass player in Blur, recently encountered the Big Brutes

Big Brute Warehouseman, cleaning barns the world over.

Alex James is a musician, best known as the bass player in the UK band Blur. He also writes a weekly column for the UK newspaper, the Daily Telegraph, called 'Mucking In' about life on his farm in Oxfordshire.

Alex recently wrote about how he was renovating his thresher barn and used a Big Brute Warehouseman vacuum cleaner to clean the floor.

"The “Big Brute” is the vacuuming equivalent of a ride-on mower: a man hoover," Alex described in his column from the 4 March 2014.

"Everything about it is pleasing: its indestructibility, the noise it makes, the way it looks and “drives” but most of all, the job it does."

The Big Brutes were originally designed back in 1984 to clean up grain stores and barns, a job they continue to excel at all these years later.

However, we're also finding that they help clean up quickly on construction sites and renovation projects. Their powerful suction and long hoses handle dust and big lumps, letting you clean right into every corner of your site without having to get the Big Brute in there with you.

You can read Alex James's column on the Telegraph website. If you'd like more information on how the Big Brutes can help clean your construction or renovation site get in touch.