Central vacuum hose connectionWe plan, design, install and service central vacuum systems in homes and light commercial settings. A central vacuum cleaning system is a type of vacuum cleaner appliance that is installed into the home or workplace building as a semi-permanent fixture. Tubing is installed inside the walls to a collection container in a remote utility space. The power unit is a permanent fixture, typically installed in a basement, garage, or storage room, along with the collection container.

Six Great Reasons to Install a Central Vacuum:

  • Central vacuum systems can eliminate the recirculation of dirty air inside your home. Studies have shown that central vacuum systems are more efficient at removing dust and particles associated with allergies, asthma and other respiratory problems.
  • Central vacuum power is 3 to 5 times more powerful than most portable vacuum cleaners. Since a central vacuum is nonportable and is located in the garage or basement, it can have a bigger motor than a portable unit. A standard central vacuum has an airflow of 185 cfm (cubic feet per minute) compared with 60 to 90 cfm in a portable vacuum.
  • The Central Vacuum's light weight hose connects conveniently into inlets strategically placed throughout your home. There is no heavy unit to pull, push or drag upstairs, and no electrical cords to trip over.
  • Investing in a central vacuum system can save you money and may also increase the market value of your home. For less than the cost of many high-end portable vacuums, a central vacuum system can be installed in a prebuilt or new construction home. It can also save you money by prolonging the life of your carpets, drapes and furniture with its deep cleaning power.
  • Central vacuum systems are less noisy than portables because the power unit is acoustically insulated and is located in the garage or basement.
  • Central vacuum systems offer versatility with dozens of attachments designed to clean any surface: wood, tile floors, draperies, furniture, corners, crevices, staircases, miniblinds, ceiling fans, cars and more.

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