Traditional vacuum cleaners normally restricted one’s movement in cleaning or made it entirely impossible in doing some cleaning in the house. The constant noise making of the traditional vacuum cleaner, along with its constant moving around from one end of your living room to the other, has made most people embrace the use of a central vacuum system in the cleaning of their homes. The feel and ease of the use of central vacuum system does not only make the cleaning of homes easy but also makes sure you have an efficient cleaning of all that dirt, dust and debris stuck in the carpet or just hiding in some Conner.
So, the advantages of having a central vacuum system made you decide having such a system installed in your new home or apartment would be such a great relief or would even go in length to score you a few points with your wife. However, deciding to make use of central vacuum system for the cleaning of your home is the first step in achieving a dirt and dust free home. The real challenge and question is how you did go about a central vacuum installation in your home. Normally, most answers to such a question will be to get a professional technician, but what if I told you the installation of a central vacuum system, through it looks like a tedious and a heavy-duty work, can be done simply by you or any other individual for that matter without having to be a professional in the fixing of stuff. Below are a few ways on how to go about a central vacuum system installation:
1. Placing of inlets: First thing to consider in the installation of a central vacuum system. Where will be the most appropriate place for the inlet of your vacuum hose and powerhead to be plugged in, so as to easily transfer the dirt and dust from the room will be what you be deciding. No matter the number of inlets you plan on having, make sure it is within the reach of a power source and gives you enough room in being able to vacuum all corners. In most cases, two inlets are installed typically about 30 feet from each other, and sometimes can be located on the floor provided they are away from foot traffic and are covered with a metal cover.
2. Placing of Power Unit: The next thing to do is deciding of where you did be placing your power unit. Due to most power units being a bit long and wide, you did have to find a place that will perfectly fix the model you plan on installing or the one you bought. Make sure the placing of your power unit is close to an electrical spot and the area
should have plenty amount of room to let air circulate for adequate water cooling.
3. Tubing installation: This is the step you deal with how to install central vacuum piping. To carry dirt, dust or debris from your room to the power unit and later to the collecting container, is what the installation of tubing will be for . Installing of tubes can be challenging, but you should make sure it is free from obstacles of any kind and won’t be a distraction to the interior design of your room. Tubes or pipe lines layout should be planned accordingly before the execution, and most tubing are usually passed beneath the ceiling.
4. Install Power unit: The last thing to do is finally installing the power unit of your central vacuuming system. Again, from step 2 you already know where you did be placing it, so all you left to do is hanging it on the mounting bracket you had already screwed to the wall. Caution Is to be highly taken here as the power unit will be heavy. Right after installing the power unit you plug it in to the nearest outlet and switch on the power button to make sure is working fine.
Once your power unit is working as it should be, and it is able to locate the tubes and pipe lines for the exiting of the dirt, dust and debris that will be vacuumed, you can then say you are done. Through installing of a central vacuum system can be easy with a step by step guide, it is highly recommended in seeking professional help once you feel something is not right about your own installation or while you are having problems with the fixing of tubes or pipe lines. It is also recommended in the use and reading of manufactures manual while installing a central vacuum system.