The experts in our network who install central vacuum systems can help customers determine which systems will work best in their homes. A traditional central vacuum system can be installed quickly and is easily hidden in the walls. The hidden hose system uses a retractable hose of up to 60 feet long and requires fewer wall inlets than the traditional versions. Either system is convenient for homeowners who want to keep the rooms in their houses clean and free of dust and dirt.
Central Vacuum System Costs
Average prices vary based on the type of vacuum that is installed. The hidden hose version is typically more expensive than the traditional type of system. Extra options like a stretch hose, automatic dustpans and auxiliary hoses will add to the final cost of the system. Regional costs of labor and materials will also affect the prices customers will pay. The size of the house, how many inlets and how much hose will need to be installed will affect the cost as well.
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