Today’s homes, with all their advanced technology, continue to get dirty and dusty. The central (or built-in) vacuum can make total house cleaning less of a chore and more efficient.
It’s powerful motor and large air flow allow the central vacuum to pick up deep-down dirt, dust and debris, even microscopic particles like pollen, mold spores and dust mites. There’s no heavy equipment to haul around or maneuver around furniture and up the stairs. No cords caught on table legs. The lightweight hose and attachments are all you’ll need. Conveniently placed inlets allow quick and convenient cleaning of the entire house.
- Relief from allergy symptoms: Central vacuums are up to 10 times stronger than upright or handheld vacuums and are better at removing dust mites, pollen, mold spores, pet dander and other allergens from the indoor environment. Allergy sufferers always notice a reduction in their symptoms after using a central vac system.
- Adds value to your home: Like other built-in appliances, it is an excellent selling feature and can increase resale value by $1,500 or more.
- Quiet: Talk on the phone, watch TV, listen to music or have a conversation without raising your voice over the quiet suction of a central vacuum. Even vacuum while your child sleeps.
- Easy: Central vacuums are much easier than stand-alone vacuums since you just need to carry the hose and the handle. It’s so easy that 80% of men say they vacuum more often because of it.
- No smell: The exhaust of stand-alone vacuums often smell worse than before you cleaned the room. That’s not an issue with central vacuums.
- Great for garages and cars: Maneuvering the hose of a central vac around a garage to clean your car is much easier than a stand-alone vacuum.
- Cost: Many of our customers go over 10 years before they even think about replacing their central vacuum accessories or requiring maintenance. How many times have you replaced your vacuum in 10 years?
A central vacuum system consists of 4 main components:
- A power/collection unit usually installed in a garage or storage space.
- PVC tubing, installed inside walls and/or under floors, connecting the power unit to the inlet valves.
- Inlet valves strategically placed throughout the home or building.
- Vacuum hose and attachments. The lightweight hose, usually 30 or 35 feet long, connects to an inlet valve and various vacuuming attachments to provide far reaching cleaning. Three inlets can easily cover an entire 2,200 square foot home and garage.
The advantages of a central vacuum are as clear as the air you’ll breathe after owning one. You’ll live a healthier lifestyle, save money and add value to your home. Call TheExperts today to get an estimate or more information.