The first question we are asked by a customer is generally "Why should I get a built-in vacuum system?" A
built-in vacuum system has many advantages over portable vacuums:
- Easy to use: All you need is a lightweight hose and attached tool.
Compare this to hauling around a 25-lb. (or more) portable vacuum: no heavy unit to push and pull, and
no electrical cords to trip over. Any member of the household, even children, find the built-in vacuum easy
and safe to use.
- Improves your living environment: A built-in vacuum is two to five times
more powerful than a portable vacuum, and simply does a better job of cleaning. The power
of a built-in unit picks up not only surface dirt, but the deep down dirt that hides at the base of the fiber.
(No more vacuuming over the same spot three or four times, or picking up threads by hand!)
Also, unlike portable vacuums that exhaust dust-laden air back into the room, a built-in system
exhausts air outside the living area, keeping household dust and dirt to a minimum. It is a particularly
wise choice for someone with allergies or other respiratory ailments.
- Time-saver: When you want to vacuum, you simply plug
the hose into the inlet and vacuum--no pulling equipment out of hiding places in closets.
Since the unit turns on at the inlet, neither a "master switch" nor troublesome extension cords are
needed. As an added time-saver, you can have multiple hoses and store them near your work centers,
both inside the home, on your patio area, in a garage or work room.
- Quiet: Because the motor unit is located away from the living areas of your home, you
can vacuum quietly and not disturb anyone else in the family, or have to put up with the noise yourself!
- Easy maintenance: A typical home empties the canister of collected dirt no more
than twice a year. While all units are guaranteed, service calls are usually not needed and a unit can be
expected to last up to 15 years and more.
- Economical: Because it is more powerful than portable vacuum cleaners, a built-in vacuum
protects your investment in and extends the life of expensive carpeting, draperies and furniture by providing
a thorough, deep cleaning. When compared to portable vacuum cleaners, the lifetime cost of a built-in vs. a
portable is dramatically less, due to infrequent service requirements (no belts & few moving parts) and
infrequent or no bag replacement. Most people are pleasantly surprised to find that the initial cost of a
built-in vacuum, installed, is usually much less than a new portable vacuum. Plus, a built-in vacuum
system increases the resale value of your home.
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