Central Vacuum Systems – Introduction
Though vacuuming floors, carpets, and furniture isn’t exactly fun for most people, one home appliance can help you complete this chore with a minimum of dust, noise, and hassle–a built-in central vacuum system. With a built-in central vacuum, you do not have to lug a heavy vacuum cleaner from room to room or up and down stairs. Instead, you just tote around a cleaning attachment on the end of a long, lightweight hose. To vacuum, you plug the hose into any of a several receptacles attached to hidden plastic pipes that lead to a remote canister.
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In addition to being handy, central vacuums reduce allergy symptoms because they do a more powerful job of collecting dust, pollen, dander, and other airborne pollutants and do not recirculate those allergens into your living spaces the way conventional portable vacuum cleaners do. And even though they are more powerful than conventional vacuums, they are quiet because the motor noise is out of earshot.
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