28 Feb Additional Tools and Accessories for Your Central Vacuum System
Homeowners that have a central vacuum system in their homes are keenly aware of the convenience and efficiency of this powerful yet lightweight cleaning system. With its powerful suction and strong cleaning action, it still runs very quietly within the home. A central vacuum system is a true benefit to any home. While it is a highly effective and efficient cleaning system on its own, today there are many new attachments, tools and accessories that help to make it even more powerful and convenient.
There are a wide range of central vacuum attachments and tools that allow you to clean places that a traditional vacuum cannot reach. While most central vacuum systems come with a basic collection of accessories such as a crevice tool, a dusting brush, an upholstery tool, and basic floor tools, there are many more accessories and attachments that you can purchase to make your cleaning experience even more effective.
Accessories can often be purchased either individually or as packages. There are many new items available that can be used in conjunction with your central vacuum system. New tools include dust mop vacuum tools, turbo-powered carpet brushes, crush proof hoses, pet brushes and vacuum tools, hardwood floor brushes, tools for cleaning blinds, extra wands, lint brushes, hose hangers, crevice tools, soft dusting brushes, tool caddies and tool and accessory holders. Stretch hoses are also beneficial because these vacuum hoses can stretch from about seven feet to 30 feet in a matter of seconds. When you are done vacuuming, they retract and are easily stored. There are many so different types of cleaning tools available for every cleaning task that you have to perform.
One of the most popular options today is the Hide-A-Hose retractable hose system. A Hide-A-Hose solves the problem of carrying and storing your central vacuum hose. With the Hide-A-Hose system, the vacuum hoses are stored within the walls and piping of the vacuum system. With this system you do not have to carry, coil or store a bulky hose again. You simply pull the amount of hose that you need from the inlet and begin vacuuming. Another popular option in a central vacuum system is the floor sweep option. Also known as a VacPan or automatic dustpan, this ultra-convenient feature combines the common dustpan with a central vacuum. The result is a baseboard-mounted receptacle that, when opened, sucks in dust and debris as you sweep it in with a broom.
The availability of new tools and accessories for your central vacuum system has greatly increased over the past few years. If you are interested in any new tools or accessories to supplement your central vacuum system, contact the experts at Duravac. They have over 50 years of experience in the industry and they can assist you with any central vacuum system products, parts and installation. They service all of the communities on Long Island and they can be reached at 516-822-3060.
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