Before buying a central vacuum, some criteria for your home should be checked to make sure it is all set to get a system. The following article contains tips to make sure you are well prepared.
Walls made of drywall or concrete?
In some parts of the world, the houses' walls are made of drywall, which greatly facilitates the installation of the piping for your central vacuum. But that can be done with concrete walls as well. If you do the installation yourself, do not hesitate to contact your dealer/distributor or a Drainvac expert who will be happy to advise you.
It is possible to choose a central vacuum that vacuums liquids. However, the piping network must be adjusted in a certain way to avoid backflow. An experienced installer can check this layout very easily! For more details, read this article.
It's now up to you to find out if your home meets these criteria! For more information, do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help you.