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    Benefits of Central Vacuum System Installation

    Do you feel burdened by the thought of carrying a vacuum around your home or empty your vacuum’s clunky dust canister every time? If you are pissed off and want freedom from all these issues, then it’s time to install a central vacuum system in your home. These units are more important, comfortable, and softer than conventional vacuum systems. Moreover, these vacuum systems also add to the resale value of your home.

    A central vacuum system works by sucking dust into a set of tubes that are typically hidden in walls and floors. These tubes lead to a central dust canister that is located outside the home. The entire system is fitted in such a way that when you connect the hose with an air inlet valve, the vacuum system gets activated. The canister is quite large enough, so cleaning it out only three or four times a year would be enough.

    Once installed, such a centralized vacuum system requires little maintenance and can adapt to different spaces and cleaning requirements. Here is a list of few benefits of central vacuum system installation in your industry.

    Benefits of Central Vacuum System Installation

    Benefits of Central Vacuum System Installation

    • Quiet Operation

    Most portable vacuums make a loud noise while working, making it impossible to talk on the phone, sleep, or watch television. But with a central vacuum system in place, it’s just the opposite. You will be amazed to see how quiet they are. The main motor is located outside the house either in the garage or basement that makes the vacuum silent inside the house. The only noise you hear is the suction sound of dust getting sucked into the system. 

    • Cleaner Air

    Centralized vacuum systems are three to five times more effective at sucking dust, dirt, and other allergens than portable vacuums. One main issue found in traditional vacuums is that the collected dust or dirt comes back into the room via the exhaust outlet, this is known as “blow-back”. However, in central vacuum systems, the dirt and debris are collected out of the house into a far located dust canister, so there is no chance of blow-back here.

    • Versatile

    These vacuum systems can be used to reach different places and clean different types of surfaces. They have a wide range of accessories that allow you to clean every nook and corner of your home and also allow super easy cleaning of large vehicles, garage, and boats at the same time. It doesn’t agitate dust like a broom and makes you feel more like using a power tool than a household appliance.

    • Easy to Use

    Most central vacuum systems are easy to use, just attach the hose in the air inlet valve and the vacuum turns on. You can install inlet valves throughout your home so that there isn’t any part where the hose can’t reach.

    • Less Wear and Tear

    Installing a centralized vacuum system means you no longer have to lift and carry that heavy traditional vacuum cleaner all-around your house. In the longer run, you will notice this will protect your walls and floors from scratching that used to happen while carrying traditional heavy vacuum cleaners. There is no need to worry about tripping on long cords, no need to replace drive belts, and other small repairing issues that can halt your cleaning routine. 

    • Smart Investment

    Installing a central vacuum system can be considered as a small investment in your home, as they save money over time and add value to your property. The money is spent on up-front installation returns when the property is sold. They also last longer than portable vacuums that need to be replaced every few years. Once installed, they last for as much as ten years with proper care and maintenance.


    So, by gazing at all the above-mentioned benefits, we can say that central vacuum systems are effective cleaning tools that require low maintenance, are relatively inexpensive, and add value to your home. So, install one to make your cleaning experience more enjoyable and less of a burden.

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