Central vacuum systems are growing more in popularity, as more homeowners are choosing to install a central vacuum system. If you are unsure if a central vacuum system will be beneficial to you, there are several factors to consider.
Vacuuming your home can be a tedious chore, but it is necessary. When it comes to an upright vacuum, you have to drag it around the house and up and down the stairs. However, with a central vacuum system, you no longer have to worry about carrying the giant, heavy vacuum around. Instead, you can just connect your accessories to the hide-a-hose, which is hidden in the wall of each room. Pull out the hose and vacuum that room. When you done, you can retract the hose back into the wall and move on.
It’s no secret that upright vacuums are noisy and leave dirt and dust particles floating in the air. With a central vacuum system, the power unit is located in a closet, basement or garage, so you do not have to hear the loud noise. Also, all of the dust particles exit through the outside of your home.
Central vacuum systems have been known to have more power and suction than a standard vacuum. They are known to provide a much cleaner area than your traditional upright vacuum.
Choosing to install a central vacuum system is a big decision, however, in the end you get convenience, power and cleaner air. At Custom Vacuum Systems, we provide installation in both new and existing homes. Our installations are often completed within one day with little to no mess. If you choose, you can also install your central vacuum on your own. Check out our online store to purchase all of the material.