A recurring chore in keeping your home clean is vacuuming the floors, but few homeowners ever enjoy this task. Hauling the vacuum from room to room and moving furniture can be quite irritating. Not to mention having to change the vacuum attachments in order to reach the hard-to-reach places.
A central vacuum system can make it much simpler to clean your floors. But it does have a few drawbacks as well.
A central vacuum cleaner keeps a canister receptacle and the motor in a single location and usually, it’s in the basement or garage.
Some systems are designed to spin air in a canister and exhaust it outside the home. While other systems will collect dust and debris in a canister or a bag that needs to be emptied from time to time.
Pros of a central vacuum system:
The cons of a central vacuum system:
So as with most things, there are the ups and downs to a central vac, but is the system worth the money for your household?
There are several reasons why you should consider a central vac system.
So basically, most people either love or hate central vac systems. About 50% of homeowners say they would never build without a central vac system while the other 50% say they don’t care for the system.
Stay well informed do your research and then you can make an informed decision on whether the central vacuum system is right for your family.
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