When the residents and business owners of Valley Stream, NY are in need of central vacuum services, there’s only one company they call: DuraVac. With more than 50 years of experience and a proven track record of success, they truly are Nassau County central vacuum specialists.
Full-Service Central Vacuum Experts
Unlike other vacuum service providers, DuraVac specializes in one thing and one thing only: central vacuum systems. Because they only focus on these systems, they are experts in the field and they offer a wide range of services that focus solely on residential and commercial central vacuums, including:
Whatever type of central vacuum service you require, when DuraVac is on the job, you can have complete confidence knowing that you will receive nothing less than exceptional results.
Professionalism You Can Count On
For more than 50 years, DuraVac has been doing more than meeting the central vacuum needs of Valley Stream, NY property owners; they’ve been exceeding them. Their team of technicians receives extensive training in all aspects of central vacuum repair, installation, and maintenance. Their training and hands-on experience show in the outstanding results they provide.
Honesty and integrity are the foundations of their business. They always keep an open line of communication and make sure that their clients are always kept in the loop. They’ll never complete any service without getting your explicit permission before proceeding; after all, the team at DuraVac believes that when it comes to repairs or new appliance installations, property owners should always be in the know.
Whether it’s a new installation, a repair, or general maintenance, when you schedule any service with DuraVac, their team will arrive at your location on time and ready to work. Their uniformed technicians show up in labeled company vehicles that are stocked with all of the tools and equipment they need to get the job done. The team will start working immediately to get the job done as quickly as possible; in fact, depending on the specific service you require, the work can be completed in as little as one day! And, while they work fast, they work efficiently so that they can get the job done right the first time.
The DuraVac team is committed to providing fast, reliable, and affordable results so that you can enjoy the benefits that a central vacuum system provides; a clean, healthy home that will last a lifetime. Their certification from the Vacuum Dealer’s Trade Association, a credential that only a few companies carry, proves just how exceptional the work DuraVac provides really is.
Contact DuraVac Today!
To learn more about the services that DuraVac provides, or to schedule an appointment at a time and on a date that’s most convenient for you, please call 516-822-3060 today! Their associates are standing by and ready to assist you in any way that they can. Their team will even share basic troubleshooting tips over the phone at absolutely no charge to you to help walk you throughout whatever problem you may be experiencing; now that’s a true testament of their commitment to excellence.
In the year 1640, 14 years after the arrival of Dutch colonists in Manhattan (New Amsterdam), the area that is now Valley Stream was purchased by the Dutch West India Company from Rockaway Native Americans (they were a Lenape, or Delaware, band, known by the place where they lived).
With populations concentrated to the west, this woodland area was not developed for the next two centuries. The census of 1840 list about 20 families, most of whom owned large farms. At that time, the northwest section was called “Fosters Meadow”. What is now the business section on Rockaway Avenue was called “Rum Junction”, because of its taverns. The racy northern section was known as “Cookie Hill”, and the section of the northeast that housed the local fertilizer plant was called “Skunks Misery”. Hungry Harbor, a section that has retained its name, was home to a squatters’ community.
Robert Pagan was born in Scotland on December 3, 1796. In or about the late 1830s, Robert, his wife Ellen, and their children emigrated from Scotland. On the journey to the United States, one of their children died and was buried at sea. The 1840 U.S. Census for Queens County lists Pagan’s occupation as a farmer. Two children were born to Robert and Ellen Pagan after they settled in the Town of Hempstead.Learn more about Valley Stream.