Central Vacuum Systems
are becoming more and more common in new construction. With a little planning, it's easy to install an AirVac system in new and some existing homes. The PVC tubing can run through the attic, basement or cold air returns – then lowered or raised behind interior walls to inlet valves that are installed in strategic locations throughout the house (usually about one inlet for every 600 square feet). The power unit is located in an out-of-the-way area such as a garage, basement or utility room. The central vacuum system will leave your house clean, quiet and dust free making your cleaning easier and healthier.
Central Vacuum Systems delivers up to three times more power to lift out dirt, dust mites and animal dander from rugs, drapes and furniture upholstery. AirVac then vents it all outside- safely, quietly, permanently to eliminate this health risk to your family.