vacuum myths

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Vacuflo Products has always designed systems to operate as quietly as possible. The powerful central vacuum motor is located in a garage or basement away from the living environment and powerheads are designed with a number of special acoustic features including belts and bearing housings. Consequently, Vacuflo Products Central Vacuum Systems have one of the lowest decibel ratings in the industry. Our central vacs have the same decibel rating as a clothes dryer.

With up to five times the suction and power of uprights, Vacuflo Products Central Vacuum System capture 100% of all vacuumed dirt, dust, odors and allergens. After vacuuming with most uprights, it’s typical to smell odors and see dust particles reflected in the sunlight. Traditional vacuums spread these particles and allergens around you home and recirculate them into the air you breath. The cyclonic power of a central vacuum from Vacuflo eliminates these odors and dust particles for a cleaner home with cleaner air.

Vacuflo Products offers a wide range of versatile attachments for all carpet types and hard-surface flooring like wood, tile, marble and vinyl. It can also be used to clean upholstery, draperies, crown moldings, ceiling fans, lampshades and fixtures.

Yes. Central vacuums are closed systems that maintain vacuum power in every part of the system. Properly sized and installed systems position the inlet valves throughout the home for whole-house coverage and maximum performance.  The sustained cleaning power of the Vacuflo Central Vacuum System will ensure a consistent level of suction power and airflow in every part of the home.

It is not likely as long as the tube system is properly installed. Typically any object that can fit through the inlet valve will be sucked through the tubing and end up in the dirt canister.

Vacuflo Products offers a soft hose sock that fits snugly over hoses to protect woodwork, furniture and corners from scuffs and scratches.

Central vacuum systems are an integral part of the home, adding an exciting convenience feature when it comes time to sell.

If a portable vacuum had a comparable motor, you wouldn’t want to push it through the house. The genius of central vacuum systems is putting a powerful vacuum unit in a stationary location and allowing access to this powerful vacuum from the inlets located throughout the home.

A central vacuum is perfect for hard-surface flooring. Instead of stirring up dirt and debris with a broom, you can vacuum it with specially designed bare floor tools. The dirt gets deposited into the dirt canister, eliminating the recirculation of dust and odors.

Most cleaning services use portable vacuums that are transported from home to home, recirculation someone else’s vacuumed dirt, dust and odors into your home. A central vacuum eliminates dirt, dust and odor recirculation regardless of who does the cleaning.

A central vacuum system may be less expensive than you think, especially if you figure it into your monthly mortgage payment. The cost of ownership is less than replacing and maintaining portable vacuums over several years.