Stony Brook Sew & Vac’s line of central vacuum systems has been hand chosen to provide quality and dependability for the long term. For convenience, the hoses and attachments connect into a wall outlet built into your home. This makes it easy to move the system around the house and provides strong suction at all points in the home. The dust and debris sucked into the hose are ushered through PVC tubing in the walls into a large-scale collection canister. This unit, along with the powerful suction unit, are typically located in a basement, garage, or utility room to provide out-of-the-way storage and convenience.
These units are powerful, giving you the ability to handle large scale jobs that would wreak havoc on portable units. In addition, the hoses and attachment heads are extremely light weight. For those with stairs, or large, uneven surfaces, the reduced weight offers a convenience that cannot be matched by any standard portable vacuum.
During installation, a central vacuum system is designed to provide ease of use. Connection points in the home are spaced to give ample access to all rooms, most often with two inlets on each story placed along the base of interior walls. When attached to a 30-foot long hose, central vacuum users have the freedom to vacuum two or three rooms from a single inlet, giving you the ability to continue vacuuming without the need to unplug, replug, and reset.
Those who own central vacuum systems from Stony Brook Sew & Vac report better air quality and a deeper clean, while also achieving a lighter load and reduced noise. Additionally, with few attachments, the system is capable of cleaning a wide variety of flooring types, from solid surface to high pile carpet. The sales team at Stony Brook Sew & Vac can help you choose the best attachments for your specific system, home flooring setup, and lifestyle needs.
A central vacuum does cost more than a standard vacuum, however, they are built to last up to five times longer. For allergy sufferers, the Division of Allergy and Immunology at the University of California, Davis has long solidified the link between central vacuum systems and allergy relief.
Visit one of our two locations today to speak with a knowledgeable representative to start building your dream system.