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Our Systems

We sell two brands of central vacuum systems: Vacuflo and Vroom

Both systems use central vacuum installations, which consist of in-wall tubing that can be easily installed during construction or can be added to an existing home. The Vacuflo systems uses one vacuum unit, which can be used all around the house by plugging it into inlets installed in the walls of rooms in the house. The Vroom system is an optional add-on component to the Vacuflo central vacuum systen that includes several compact vacuum units that can be installed in cabinets or closets around your home. Vroom is convenient because there is nothing to carry around and there is always a vacuum present when needed. Vacuflo alone is a good choice for smaller homes, when cabinet space is limited or vacuums aren't needed very frequently.

Unique system, using only one head unit

Central vacuum systems need a balance between maximum air movement and effective filtration to guarantee high performance cleaning. Bags and filters can clog quickly and reduce airflow and vacuum power. The Vacuflo System works by transporting dirt, debris and dust particles out of your living area through a simple network of tubing that runs through the walls to the power unit. Installation is usually completed in less than one day with no structural modifications

Click below to see a detailed factsheet with information about Vacuflo's exclusive Cyclonic Filtration Technilogy and to read about how Cyclonic Separation works.

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Adds versatility to your central vac system

Vroom is ideal for quickly cleaning small spaces and dry messes in the high traffic areas of your home, such as kitchens and bathrooms. Its instant accessibility makes it a great addition to your more-thorough weekly cleaning regimen.

It's small, powerful and hides in cabinets or under counters. Vroom cleans up a mess in less time than it takes to find a broom. It's always there, always convenient, and automatically turns on when you need it. It reaches out 24' to clean almost any daily mess off counters, floors, drawers and around appliances.

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We can install in your home!

Fortunately, installations are easy to do in both existing homes and in new construction.

A Central Vac system can be installed on slabs, in crawl spaces, garages or basements.  An installation professional will work with you to determine the placement of the power unit and inlet valves. The complete installation, including tubing and low-voltage wiring, can usually be completed in less than a day.