Central vacuum systems are growing in popularity, even though their prices may seem prohibitive to some. Despite their cost, central vacuums prove worthy of their prices and pretty much pay for themselves down the line with the benefits they offer consumers. The benefit that probably comes to mind the fastest, I imagine, is the convenience they provide for homeowners; not having to haul a traditional vacuum unit around the house makes life much easier. In addition to this major advantage there are several other wonderful benefits resulting from installing a central vacuum system.
Central vacuums work to clean not only your home, but they can also help clean the air inside your home. With a traditional vacuum the motor inside the canister can blow dirt particles back into the air; the dust you have just vacuumed up from the floor becomes dusty deposit on your tables and chairs. Because central vacuums pull the dirt and dust out of the room through a receptacle in the wall or along the floor, dust is not recycled. Additionally, central vacuums are more powerful than a regular in-home unit. Central vacuums are larger than regular vacuum cleaners and can therefore have a larger motor. A larger motor translates to a higher power capacity, and therefore greater cleaning ability.
Finally, central vacuums will not only save consumers money in the long run they will also increase the value of the home or business to which they are added. Because they have an excellent reputation for keeping your home clean for many years, people are keener to buy a home with a central vacuum already installed.