Are you sick and tired of using traditional vacuum cleaners. You have to log these vacuum cleaners around the house and navigate a mess of cords that get stuck and tangled on furniture. There is a solution to this problem. You may want to consider a central vacuum installation. In this video, you will learn more about central vacuum cleaners and the common questions that people ask about them.
Central vacuums are normally located in the basement of a household. This is because they are a industrial looking machines that do take up a little space. However, this is a small tradeoff. These systems allow you to run PVC tubing through the walls of your home to various vacuum outlets around the home. The central vacuum provides suction power to these outlets. The homeowner simply plugs in a vacuum hose to the nearest outlet and the debris goes right into a collection area in the garage. This makes the process of cleaning very convenient. The upfront installation costs can be expensive, but it is well worth it in the end. Plus, it is much quieter than a normal vacuum because a muffler can be installed on the central vacuum unit.