Investing in a Central Vacuum System
Convenience and a healthier lifestyle are just two of the reasons why more homeowners are choosing to have a central vacuum system. No matter the age or size of your home, there is a central vac system that fits your needs. Truly. Many homeowners, who have a home under construction, are not aware that a whole house vacuum is even an option! Now is the time to think about having one installed while the walls are open.
Are you concerned that installation requires major renovations? It won’t! A whole house vacuum system can be retrofitted in an existing home. We are usually able to run the system through an attic, basement, or crawlspace. The experts at SAH will examine your home layout, discuss your needs, and recommend a system that best suits your situation.
Top 5 Reasons to Get a Central Vacuum System
Central Vacuum Repairs, Parts, and Maintenance
SAH is not only a trusted central vac installer, we also service and maintain your system. Need additional accessories or parts?
How a Central Vacuum System Works
Vacuum Power Unit
Typically installed in closet, basement, or garage; it contains the motor, filter, debris collection, and exhaust system.
Vacuum Pipes & Ports
Inlet ports are strategically placed around your home. Behind each port are pipes connected to the main vacuum power unit.
Lightweight, flexible hoses connected to each port can easily reach 1,000 to 2,000+ square feet of your home.
A wide variety of cleaning tools and attachments can be used so that the same vacuum hose can be used to clean a variety of surfaces, such as carpets and blinds.