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The Installation Types of a Central Vacuum System UK


Before we step into installing a central vacuum cleaner in the UK, you must know what they are. A central vacuum system is a cleaning mechanism installed in a building to remove dirt, dust, and debris. The Vacuum pressure created by a centrally located motor makes it easy to use, access, and maintain. Depending on the design of the system and the material, they can be filtered or unfiltered with a collection canister.


Centrally located cleaning systems are the highly convenient and an economical method for cleaning large buildings with multiple floors. All of the dirt and dust collected goes to the canister for trash collection. That said, the following are some methods of central vacuum systems UK installation.


Standard Installation Method:

IT is a typical installation process with two to four inlet valves spaced out around the home using a 30-foot plug-in hose.


Pros:

  • quick installation

  • small inlet footprint on the wall

  • several universal hoses

  • an option to include an electric carpet brush


Cons:

  • Undecided hose storage and management

  • Usage involves carrying hose to multiple inlet locations


Hide A Hose Central Vacuum Installation:

For most houses with a hide a hose central vacuum, two inlets run inside using an integrated retractable hose. Typically, these hose inlets are 50-feet long. There are other hoses around 30, 40, 50, and 60-feet in length. The hose is pulled out from the wall inlet where it is installed.


Pros:

  • Fewer inlets to install