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A central vacuum is a type of vacuum that is installed into your home or office as a semi-permanent fixture. These are designed to send dirt and other particles through tubing that is installed inside of the walls, emptying into a collection container that is installed in a separate, remote utility space. The power unit and collection container are typically permanent fixtures that we can install into a basement, garage, storage room, or any other room you see fit. Then, we also install inlets into the walls throughout the building that accessories such as power hoses can attach to. The great thing about this type of system is that no dust and allergens are recirculated through the interior air. If you or anyone else in the building is an allergy sufferer, this is definitely a major benefit!

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  • Increased Suction Power

  • The ability to handle "difficult" debris

  • Complete removal of allergens and noxious odors

  • Low acoustic noise

  • Convenient cleaning

  • Infrequent emptying

  • Low consumables cost 

  • Compatible with most standard tools and accessories

  • Reduced damage and wear to both furniture and walls

  • Durable equipment

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Central vacuums can be equipped with either an electrical power brush, or an air-driven power brush. Air-driven brushes tend to be less expensive and more quiet than a turbine-driven brush. On average, the central vacuum system is equipped with around 30 feet of hose, plus the

standard cleaning tools you would find with a standard vacuum.

The hose can be stored around a wire rack that is mounted on a 

closet wall, or on the back of a door. Alternatively, a "Hide-A-Hose" system could be installed. This system uses suction to draw the hose into the tubing inside the wall for storage. Of course, this kind of installation requires special fittings, as well as careful design and workmanship, to ensure smooth retraction of the hose. Automatic dustpans are another worthwhile accessory. These can be installed into the kickspace underneath a countertop, enabling a person to use a regular old broom to sweep debris directly into a vacuum inlet. Another amazing accessory is what's called the "DrawerVac", which pulls out like a drawer from the underside of a table or counter, and can be used to dispose of debris from the work surface. One last accessory we should definitely bring up is the "VacnSeal". This one is intended to be installed on the underside of a cabinet, and the nozzle is used to evacuate excess air from a plastic storage bag (i.e. Ziploc). This is said to preserve food for a longer period of time.

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The installation of a central vacuum system can be done whether the building is currently under construction or has existed since the founding of our country. Obviously, installing these into an existing structure is more difficult, and may take more time, but it is something our installation experts here at Home Theatre Concepts are more than capable of completing. If you decide that the central vacuum system is something you'd like to learn more about, or you know you're ready to get the process of purchasing and installing one, then click the button below to book your free in-home consultation! Our design expert will come to your home or office and determine what type of system is needed, what accessories you will need, and obtain any information and measurements our install team will need. After that,  we will get your unit purchased, and your installation scheduled. Easy, peasy lemon squeezy! Of course, we also have a unit on display in our beautiful showroom, so if you'd like to come try it out, click the same button to schedule a private demonstration!

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