How do Central Vacuum Systems work?

The central vacuum power unit is typically located in a garage or a utility room. The vacuum duct that is run from the Vacuum unit is 50mm; this is run to the strategically located vacuum inlets throughout the house. Simply insert the 9m light-weight hose into a strategically located inlet and the power unit can be started with the switch on the handle of the vacuum hose.

 

Can a longer hose be used?

Yes- 9m hose are standard lengths, however we do offer a 12m hose. However your home may require more inlets to ensure complete coverage.

 

Can I have a CVS system if my floors are wooden or tiled?

Yes- a CVS is suitable for all floor types. All systems we supply/ install are supplied with a special hard floor brush for this purpose.

 

Do central vacuum systems improve indoor air quality?

Unlike standard vacuums, CVS do not exhaust dirty, allergen ridden air back into the living areas. With up to 5 times more suction, central vacuum systems remove a lot more dust

 

Is the suction power maintained all the way through my home?

Yes – a properly installed system offers the same powerful cleaning performance at every inlet throughout your home, no matter the distance from the power unit. The suction will remain the same at the furthest inlet because of the high performance industrial strength motor providing the vacuum. From the moment the unit is turned on, the air is drawn through the ducting causing a continuous suction the whole time the motor runs.

 

How often does the bin need to be emptied?

Due to the large capacity within the systems dirt receptacle, it only needs to be emptied 2-3 times a year.

 

Can the system get blocked?

Blockages are rare due to the fact the diameter of the cleaning wands are 28mm, and the ducting that runs to the power unit is 50mm. This system is also designed to prevent any large items entering the duct work. However if a blockage does occur these can be easily cleared, see our fault finding leaflet.

 

Can I install the system myself?

Yes, certain systems are sold for DIY installation or a completely installed basis by one of our fully trained engineers. If the installation kit is purchased a step-by-step DVD is included.

 

Can a CVS system be installed in my current home?

Yes it can be, (subject to a survey of your property- ask us for more details)

 

How do Central Vacuum Systems work?

The central vacuum power unit is typically located in a garage or a utility room. The vacuum duct that is run from the Vacuum unit is 50mm; this is run to the strategically located vacuum inlets throughout the house. Simply insert the 9m light-weight hose into a strategically located inlet and the power unit can be started with the switch on the handle of the vacuum hose.

 

Can a longer hose be used?

Yes- 9m hose are standard lengths, however we do offer a 12m hose. However your home may require more inlets to ensure complete coverage.

 

Can I have a CVS system if my floors are wooden or tiled?

Yes- a CVS is suitable for all floor types. All systems we supply/ install are supplied with a special hard floor brush for this purpose.

 

Do central vacuum systems improve indoor air quality?

Unlike standard vacuums, CVS do not exhaust dirty, allergen ridden air back into the living areas. With up to 5 times more suction, central vacuum systems remove a lot more dust

 

Is the suction power maintained all the way through my home?

Yes – a properly installed system offers the same powerful cleaning performance at every inlet throughout your home, no matter the distance from the power unit. The suction will remain the same at the furthest inlet because of the high performance industrial strength motor providing the vacuum. From the moment the unit is turned on, the air is drawn through the ducting causing a continuous suction the whole time the motor runs.

 

How often does the bin need to be emptied?

Due to the large capacity within the systems dirt receptacle, it only needs to be emptied 2-3 times a year.

 

Can the system get blocked?

Blockages are rare due to the fact the diameter of the cleaning wands are 28mm, and the ducting that runs to the power unit is 50mm. This system is also designed to prevent any large items entering the duct work. However if a blockage does occur these can be easily cleared, see our fault finding leaflet.

 

Can I install the system myself?

Yes, certain systems are sold for DIY installation or a completely installed basis by one of our fully trained engineers. If the installation kit is purchased a step-by-step DVD is included.

 

Can a CVS system be installed in my current home?

Yes it can be, (subject to a survey of your property- ask us for more details)

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