Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Vacuum without the allergies

    Central Vacuum Systems
    Most house hold vacuums just blow the dust around which makes it difficult to capture all the debris that becomes airborne. Many don’t even have a HEPA filter to contain the particles that irritate those of us with allergies. Central vacuums can help reduce these problems and may cost less to install than you think.
    Central vacuum systems may minimizing in home allergies by directing the debris out of the room you are vacuuming through hoses in your wall. These systems can be installed in new and existing homes. There is a canister typically located in the garage or accessible attic space where all the debris is captured with a HEPA filter. Inside the house there are locations low on the wall where you connect your hose and accessories, they look much like an electrical outlet.  There is no longer the need to lug around a large vacuum up and down the stairs.  There is also a device that can be installed on the bottom of the wall or under a cabinet so you can just sweep to it and vacuum the debris up rather than messing with a dust pan.
    Benefits to this handy system
  1. Light weight and smaller
  2. Easy to use
  3. Minimizes in home allergies
  4. Reduces airborne dust and debris
  5. Less noise
  6. Designed to last
  7. Improves the resale value of your home