WHAT IS A CENTRAL VACUUM CLEANING SYSTEM?
A central vacuum cleaning is a type of cleaning system usually installed into a building as a semi-permanent fixture. Its purpose is to remove dirt and debris from houses and buildings. By sending them through a conduit tubing system to a collection container in a remote place. Its power (electric) unit s a permanent fixture usually installed in the basement, garage, or storage room. That connects with the collection container. This system is much more effective than that of a traditional vacuum cleaning system.
Central Vacuum Cleaning has only three basic components: a power unit that includes the system motor, the second is filtration, and the third is a collection bucket installed in a utility room, garage, or basement. All three basic components are connected using PVC pipes and wires typically installed inside interior walls, closets, and floor joists that connect the power unit to inlet valves located throughout the living area. Because the suction motor for your central vacuum cleaner shall be located outside the living area, you can vacuum without disturbing others. Fine dust particles and allergens are captured in the remotely locate collection bucket. That won’t be blown back into your living spaces.
INCREASED SUCTION POWER:
Because the vacuum cleaner motor and dirt collection system need not be portable, the weight and size of the unit are less than that of a portable system. The bagless and filterless systems avoid the inevitable loss of suction in filtered systems caused by collected dust clogging the filters.
Ability to handle “difficult” debris:
ducts cleaner home services Central vacuum in a filterless system can clean and efficiently remove difficult dry substances such as plaster dust, spilt flour, laser printer toner, metal knockout slugs, and wire clippings from electrical work, or even small pieces and slivers of broken glass.
Complete removal of allergens and noxious odours:
Central vacuums generally do not re-circulate exhaust air back into the space. A central vacuum exhaust spent air into a utility space or directly outdoors. so removing dirt, debris, etc., from indoor air minimizes the allergens and harmful odours effects.
Low acoustic noise:
Our designed central vacuums are very quiet since the motor is located remotely in utility space. That is a benefit to the person vacuuming and anybody else occupying the space being clean.
Setup, use, and store a vacuum hose and cleaning tool quickly and efficiently. Cleaning stairways is much easier without balancing a heavy, hot appliance on each step and coping with both an electrical cord and a vacuum hose.
Low consumables cost:
There are no ongoing costs for filterless systems other than occasionally replacing a worn-out motor brush or vacuum hose.
Reduced damage and wear to furniture and walls:
A Central Vacuum Cleaning system is a semi-permanent fixture system. Therefore, it doesn’t need to move from room to room. Only a lightweight vacuum hose and the cleaning tool being use need to carry.
Good-quality central vacuum systems can last longer. However, it requires the replacement of the motor brushes. Besides using heavy-duty components, central vacuums avoid the damage caused by accidental dropping or collisions of portable equipment with fixed objects.