Ducted vacuum installation is possible in almost any type of home. This includes new builds and existing properties, and it includes apartments, single-storey houses, and multi-storey houses. The method of installation may be different in each situation, but there are not many properties where ducted vacuums are unsuitable.
As a result, it is possible to get a ducted vacuum and all the benefits it offers, whatever type of house you live in.
At CVAL, we supply systems from the world’s leading manufacturers. The installation of these systems is efficient, plus you get maximum energy efficiency and loads of features.
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The ducted vacuum installers we work with have extensive knowledge and experience of the systems we supply. They also have experience installing ducted vacuum systems in all types of home, both new build homes and existing properties.
To find a ducted vacuum installer close to your location, visit our installers page.
Installing a ducted vacuum system in an existing home is not as easy as installing in a new build, but it is possible.
Installing the power unit follows largely the same process, as this is attached to a wall ideally in a non-living part of your home – your garage or basement, for example. The power unit will need power and it will need connected to the tubing system, the latter of which will require planning.
However, there is no need to exhaust the power unit outside because of the effectiveness of the filtration systems in modern ducted vacuums.
The main challenge when installing a ducted vacuum system in an existing property is the tubing and hose inlets. In a new build property, the vacuum tubing would be installed into the walls, hidden behind wall panels. This is not possible in existing houses unless you are prepared to go to the expense of considerable remedial work.
Our ducted vacuum installers have considerable experience installing vacuum tubing in existing homes and have innovative solutions for almost all situations. This can include, for example, installing the vacuum tubing in utility cupboards and through wardrobes.
The best advice is to contact us to find a suitable installer. The installer will then visit your home to determine a plan and decide on the options available.
Ducted vacuum systems are becoming increasingly popular in commercial environments as well as in residential properties. This particularly applies to business locations where there are customers or members of the public, especially when those locations are large.
A ducted vacuum system makes it easier for your staff to keep the area cleaned, plus the work involved is less arduous as your staff don’t have to carry or drag around a heavy and cumbersome vacuum cleaner.
At CVAL, we have ducted vacuum systems with power units powerful enough for commercial locations. Our installers also have experience installing systems in businesses in a range of industries. Contact us today on 1800 986 550 to find out more and to discuss your needs.
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