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Saturday, March 24, 2012

What is Whole Home Central Vacuum

By August Curtis

With vacuum pipes situated inside the walls of a residence, a vacuum motor with canister can be positioned in the garage, and with just the vacuum hose inside your property you've the makings of a Complete Home Vacuum technique.

For people with allergies from dust mites, pet dander and other household dirt, a central vacuum can be a real blessing. All that nasty stuff is vacuumed up and whisked outside your house.
The motor and canisters today have a really high capacity and very easy to empty and often times exhaust to the exterior of the house
Whole Home Vacuum Components

Some vacuum motor units have a fabric filter. And the debris bucket on the bottom of the can holds up to 6 gallons of dust and dirt. The central vacuum system's power is controlled through a low-voltage wire that connects to each wall inlet valve. Some units even comes with a muffler which reduces operating noise.

When a central vacuum hose is inserted into the wall inlet valve, the hose can have a control switch in the hose's handle, allowing the operator to control the vacuum unit's power. Features available include: Electric-driven carpet brush with headlight and Electric system hose with power cord built into hose for use with high-voltage wall inlet valves.

How is Whole Home Vacuum installed.

Usually a entire home vacuum method is installed during construction of the dwelling even so; many situations also permit retrofitting a home.

Special Vacuum pipe having a highly polished interior finish is careful laid out to ensure the quickest most efficient route for your dirt to travel out of your home.

Installation of this piping is rather precise work which requires measurements, careful glue technique of pipe elbows and pieces and special attention given to the direction of air flow. Special tools like the ones pictured below are also a huge plus when installing a whole home vacuum.

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