How a Central Vacuum System Works
Central Vacuum Systems use specifically designed tubing installed in the walls of your home to carry the collected dirt, dust, and allergens away from your living area to the central power unit; commonly located in the garage, utility room, or basement.
To activate the system, simply insert the lightweight hose into a central vacuum wall inlet valve. Most homes will typically have one central vacuum inlet valve per floor averaging three per house. The inlet valves should be installed in the most convenient and accessible places in the house. Usually, one inlet is used for every 600 square feet of an area.
The flexible lightweight hose and inlet system allow you to easily move from room to room without having to push a heavy upright vacuum or pull a canister vacuum behind you, commonly bumping into walls or valuable furniture.
Shop Central Vacuum Systems
Choose from these three lines of BEAM Central Vacuum cleaners, all tested, trusted, and designed with you in mind. If you currently have a central vacuum and are looking to upgrade your system, Superior Home Systems will offer you a trade-in value for your old central vac system to put towards the new system you purchase with us.
Benefits of Central Vacuums
There are many benefits to using a central vacuum system; from better air quality to stronger suction.