Vacuum cleaning is an essential part of modern living, and for many it is a chore - even a challenge. Portable vacuum cleaners tend to be awkward, heavy, and noisy. Conversely, a central vacuum cleaner is quieter, more powerful, and more convenient to use. There simply is not another vacuuming system that will let you clean as efficiently and effectively as a central vacuum system.
Your central vacuum system creates powerful suction, ensuring a deep clean for your carpets and floors.
Central vacuum systems can produce up to three times more power than an upright or canister vacuum, and they stay are less likely to lose power over time.
In addition, unlike portable vacuum cleaners, central vacuum systems exhaust dust and allergens outside the home, improving air quality and reducing surface dust.
With a central system, vacuuming becomes light housework as opposed to Olympic weight lifting on an obstacle course.
A lightweight hose and ergonomic tools let you move easily from task to task, level to level, floor to ceiling, and up stairs, without getting a sweaty workout from dragging around a heavy portable vacuum.
The average portable vacuum weighs 15 lbs while a central vacuum's hose & handle is only 7 lbs. Which would you rather lift to clean your stairs?
Unlike upright and canister vacuums, a central system's motor is located outside, making vacuuming a much quieter experience.
With the motor located away from the living area, the quiet hush of airflow is all you’ll hear. Vacuum whenever you want without disturbing anyone’s activities or sleep.
In fact, central vacuum systems are quieter than most household sounds like a telephone ringing, so you won’t miss that important call while vacuuming again!
Leave the allergens outside. Reduced indoor air pollution is one of the greatest benefits of a central vacuum.
Central vacuum systems often are recommended by allergists for removing pollutants from the home because, unlike portable vacuums, exhaust is expelled outside the home.
Research has revealed that using a central vacuum system can improve indoor air quality and significantly reduce allergy symptoms.
About 95% of existing homes — regardless of age — can be retrofitted with a Central Vacuum System. In fact, with proper planning, you can even do it yourself! The key to success is planning a pipe system with a minimum number of inlets and elbows (turns in pipe) to keep labor time and costs at a minimum while still giving you the vacuum cleaning flexibility only a central vacuum system offers.
Not the DIY type? No problem. The professionals at Suncoast Vacuum and Appliance will be glad to come to your home or business to evaluate, plan, and install a central vacuum system for you! Just give us a call and let's get started!
Purchases such as household appliances are investments into your home, and installing a central vacuum is a smart one. Central vacuums save money over time and add value to your property, because the money spent on the installation will come back when the property is sold. They also last much longer than portable vacuums which need to be replaced every few years. Central vacuum owners can usually go ten years before having to replace major accessories or worry about maintenance.