Central Vacuum Installation & Service
Vacuuming is a fundamental part of modern living, but vacuum cleaners can be bulky and inconvenient. Every home gets its share of dirt and grime, but with a central vacuum system, you can make clean up easy. Not only is a central vacuum system powerful, lightweight and convenient, but evidence shows it also improves indoor air quality.
Fortunately, CJ’s Electric can install Dirt Devil and HP central vacuum systems and service all brands of central vacuum systems and Hide-A-Hose systems in existing homes and new construction.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CENTRAL VACUUM SYSTEMS?
- A central vacuum system can cost less than a high-end moveable vacuum and can add around $2,000 to your home’s resale value.
- Central vacuums are quiet. The motor, which is the main source of noise, is located in a discreet and out-of-the-way location. The only audible noise is from the vacuum head.
- Hoses are long enough to vacuum hard-to-reach places such as ceilings.
- Central vacuums are lightweight and easy to use because the hose is the only component moved around the home.
- Portable vacuums recycle vacuumed allergens back into the air outside through the exhaust which improves indoor air quality.
- Central vacuum motors can be up to three times stronger than the motors in moveable vacuums.
Filtered central vacuum systems can use a variety of filters such as cloth, screen or paper to clean the air from the vacuum. Some filtered units take bags which must be emptied at ¾ full, ensuring efficient suction and motor protection. In any filtered system, filters need to be cleaned and replaced regularly.
Cyclonic central vacuum systems use centrifugal force to separate the impurities from the air being taken in by the vacuum, and then deposits the dirt into a canister. These units are generally bagless.
CENTRAL VACUUM SYSTEMS
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Central vacuum systems are permanent fixtures designed to remove all the dirt and debris from your house through PVC tubing located in the walls to a receptacle in an out-of-the-way location in the home.
No more hauling a heavy vacuum from room to room. Inlets are placed around the home in convenient locations, so all you have to do is choose your attachment and connect the hose where you need it. Central vacuum hoses are lightweight, flexible, crushproof and they come in several lengths. Along with the attachment you choose, they’re the only part of the system you have to carry.
For added convenience, add a sweep pan to your central vac system and eliminate the need for using a dustpan. This discreet inlet can be installed along the baseboard in any room with hard-surface flooring. When you sweep the floor, just open the sweep pan with the foot switch and sweep the dirt in. The central vac will kick on and suck all the debris away in a flash.
The vacuum motor is located in an area such as the garage or basement, ensuring that it stays discreet and doesn’t take up space in the home. You’ll need to empty the dust and debris on a regular basis, so it’s best to choose a convenient spot.