What is a Central Vacuum System

What is a Central Vacuum System

Known as built-in vacuum systems, ducted vacuum cleaners, central vacuum cleaners, central vacuum systems, central vacuum systems are becoming very popular in recent times.

A central vacuum system consists of a power unit mounted in a garage or storeroom which is connected to a 50.8mm PVC pipe that runs to various points around the house, terminating at a wall inlet. These covered inlets at low level are similar in size to a standard light switch and once these and the unit are installed the system is ready to use. To vacuum, a lightweight, flexible hose is inserted into the wall inlets. All surfaces in the home can be cleaned efficiently using the versatile cleaning tools.

Unlike the traditional vacuum cleaners, a Central Vacuum Cleaner really does remove dirt, dust, dust mites, pollens, and other allergens from your living rooms. They provide cleaner indoor air by efficiently removing particles without stirring up microscopic dust particles and re-emitting them into the interior of the home. The vacuum receptacle is vented outside of the living space, keeping the air inside free of the pollutants.

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