Central Vacuum Systems
Jones Vacuum Center is Walterboro South Carolina’s largest distributor, installation and service dealer for central vacuum systems. Wether your looking to install a central vacuum in a new home, existing home or need your system upgraded or serviced. Jones Vacuum has you covered.
For those not familiar with Central or Built-in Vacuum Systems, a central vacuum cleaner is a vacuum cleaner, installed in your home with a series of pipes running throughout the hose, inside the walls and a power unit, usually located in the garage or basement area. Central vacuum systems are designed to remove dirt and debris from homes and buildings, sending dirt particles through the tubing installed inside the walls to a collection container in a remote utility space. The power unit is a permanent fixture, typically installed in a basement, garage, or storage room, along with the collection container. Inlets are installed in walls throughout the building that attach to power hoses and other central vacuum accessories to remove dust, particles, and small debris from interior rooms. These systems are typically five times more powerful than a standard household vacuum cleaner. They have a huge advantage over other vacuum cleaners in that rather than filter air through a bag or container of dirt and return it to your living area, a central vacuum system exhausts 100% of contaminated air outside of your families living area.
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A central vacuum system (sometimes called a whole-house vacuum system) is a cleaning device installed throughout a building. Located in the garage or basement, a canister receives dust and debris sucked by the force of a motor from wall outlets, which are located for the homeowner’s convenience.
With central vacuum systems that exhaust completely out of the home, no dust or allergens can be re-circulated through the interior air, as is the case with traditional vacuums. Read on for benefits of using a central vacuum system.
Low consumables cost – For filterless systems, there are no ongoing costs, other than occasionally replacing a worn-out brush or vacuum hose.
Low acoustic noise – Well-designed central vacuums are very quiet at the point of use, since the powerful motor is located remotely in a utility space. This benefits the person vacuuming, as well as anybody else occupying the space being cleaned.
Complete removal of allergens and noxious odors – Central vacuums generally do not recirculate exhaust air back into the space being cleaned. This contrasts with the well-known acrid “vacuum smell” of fine dust and hot air exhausted from a portable vacuum. Instead, central vacuums exhaust spent air into a utility space, or directly outdoors. An external exhaust outlet can be easily concealed under a porch or behind shrubbery, but in any case is less obtrusive than a standard clothes dryer appliance vent.
Convenient cleaning – Setup, use, and stowage of a vacuum hose and cleaning tool can be quick and efficient. Cleaning stairways is much easier without having to balance a heavy and coping with both an electrical cord and a vacuum hose.
Infrequent emptying – Central vacuums typically can accumulate up to 22 pounds or more of dirt and dust before requiring disposal. This is an unavoidable messy task that must be performed for any vacuum cleaner, but can be done much less frequently.
Pictured above is a convenient “kick-plate” usually installed in the Kitchen area for sweeping up crumbs and pet food droppings.
Increased suction power – Because the vacuum cleaner motor and dirt collection system need not be portable, the weight and size of the unit are not constrained as in a portable system. Bagless filterless systems avoid the inevitable loss of suction in filtered systems caused by collected dust clogging filters.
Ability to handle “difficult” debris – Central vacuums, especially filterless models, can efficiently remove difficult dry substances, such as plaster dust, spilled flour, laser printer toner, metal knockout slugs and wire clippings from electrical work, or even small pieces and slivers of broken glass. This ability may depend on the ability of the filter bag to resist clogging or breakage; filterless models are capable of removing the widest range of materials.
A Central Vacuum system installed by Jones Vacuum is an investment in your home and the health of your family.