|Central vacuums have become a central selling point in today’s new homes.
In fact, a USA Today article proclaimed that half of new houses could have them by 2010.
But did you know that there are now models that fuction essentially as a wet/dry vac like the one sitting in your garage? It’s true.
The Aqua-Air Wet/Dry Built-In Total Cleaning System can suck up fluffy’s fur and a spilled can of Coke without missing a beat. The thing even deep cleans carpets like the professionals. It is also positioning itself as a remover of dust and contaminants for homes with allergy sufferers—an untapped segment to be sure.
Of course, the system is bit more complicated than the pioneering central vacuum system. Installation of the Aqua-Air power unit requires electricity, a cold-water source, and a drain. The vacuum tubing throughout the home is similar to that of traditional dry-vac systems, though does require special installation techniques. For wet cleaning operations, there are hot water outlets installed beside the vacuum inlets to provide a hot-water source. It’s also important to install your Aqua-Air Wet/Dry Total Cleaning System in a frost-free location, such as a heated basement.
Check it out at http://www.aquaair-wetdry.com
This eUpdate posting by: Steve@BuildingOnline.com