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A Central Vacuum Could be the Answer to your Allergy Problems

If you or someone in your family suffers from indoor allergy problems, your vacuum cleaner could be part of the problem. Traditional vacuums don’t completely remove the dust and allergens that are making your lives miserable. Unless you are using a central vacuum system, you have probably noticed the “vacuum smell” when you try to clean. This occurs when fine dust is recirculated into the room around you instead of being removed. With a central vacuum, that dust is completely expelled from your home, allowing you and your family to breathe freely. Studies have shown that a central vacuum system can improve indoor air quality and lead to a healthier home. One such study found that allergy sufferers who switched to central vacuums experienced better sleep, fewer nasal issues, reduced eye problems, and other substantial health benefits.1

Along with making your family healthier, central vacuum systems typically last much longer than conventional vacuums and require less maintenance during their lifetime. With a conventional vacuum, you might have to empty the bag or canister twice or more during one cleaning session. There are also filters to clean, belts to change, and often you have to regularly seek a professional for repairs or just break down and buy a new unit. With a central vacuum, you only need to empty or change filters a few times a year, and systems often last 20 or even 30 years.

None us enjoy the sound of a loud traditional vacuum. Luckily, central vacs are much quieter. The power unit and collection container are located in a utility space away from the area where you are vacuuming, so your family won’t be disturbed by loud motors. This also allows for greater suction, because the stationary units aren’t limited by weight. You can pick up debris that your traditional vacuum couldn’t dream of moving. You are also much less likely to damage your furniture with a central vacuum hose, because you aren’t carrying around all of that weight.

 

Healthier air quality, more power, quieter operation, and less maintenance? That sounds good so far! You might be thinking, “What’s the catch?” The catch is that a central vacuum system needs to be installed. Luckily, we have the experts that can design and install the perfect central vacuum system for any home. We can also help you choose the right accessories to help you live your best life. Give us a call today or stop by our store to get on the road to a cleaner, healthier life.

 

 

1. “The Influence of a Central Vacuum System on Quality of Life in Patients with House Dust- Associated Allergic Rhinitis”

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