Whatever size home you have, you can’t beat the convenience and efficacy of the central vacuum, which, unlike conventional vacuum cleaners can more effectively and safely remove 100% of the dust, dirt and allergens in your home.
If you are planning on building a new home, a renovation or extension, you might want to consider centralizing your vacuum service. Even existing homes can be retrofitted with a system. Professional installers can install the system, or step-by-step installation instructions are available for the handymen in your family.
Central vacuums are high-powered systems that come with non-crushable retractable air hoses, power heads, and all the accessories for any thickness and pile of carpet or rug: tools to reach under your fridge or stove, as well as fabric tools for your furnishings.
Tubing is installed in the walls of your home so dust and allergens are conveniently and safely sucked away into the holding canister. Each floor of your home will have an inlet valve and storage for an air hose that will be designed to reach every room on that floor. The power unit is conveniently mounted and housed in a well-ventilated garage, basement or storeroom, therefore eliminating much of the noise associated with vacuums. Systems may come with a HEPA vacuum filter in the collection canister.
Vacuum cleaners are tedious to push, or pull up and down stairs from floor to floor. If you have allergy sufferers in your family, or just looking for greater convenience, you can’t beat the efficiency of the central vacuum system. Vacuuming convenience is a great consideration and investment, which makes cleaning your home more pleasurable, keeping it tidier and healthier.