Professional Central Vacuum Installation
Gary’s VACUFLO can install your central vacuum system at any stage – whether your home or building is in the process of construction or already an existing structure. We also offer DIY kits for customers who are interested in installing their own system. In addition, Gary’s VACUFLO can also install central vacuums in light commercial applications.
It’s easier than you think to add a Central Vacuum System to your construction plans, and it’s a smart investment for your home and family. In fact, government reports say it will increase the value of your home by up to $4,100.
For new construction, the installation process usually occurs in two steps:
1. Rough-in or pre-pipe – Ideally done at the same time electrical wiring is installed. Rough-in is simply when Gary’s VACUFLO installs the vacuum tubing portion of the system.
2. Trim – Ideally done after flooring and cabinetry is installed, we will install the valves and power unit of your central vacuum system. We can also give you a demonstration of the system at this stage.
During construction, we’ll work with your contractor to stay seamlessly on schedule. (Usually a day’s work with very little mess.) Request a quote today to see how affordable it can be to add central vacuum cleaning convenience to your home.
The team at Gary’s VACUFLO are experts at installing central vacuum systems into existing homes without leaving a visible trace of our retrofit. In fact, our highly trained and experienced installation technicians install VACUFLO Central Vacuum Systems into existing homes almost every day of the year! And if you’re in the midst of a remodel or addition, the installation of a central vacuum system it’s a great time to install a Gary’s VACUFLO in your home. Gary’s VACUFLO can even extend your current central vacuum system into your remodel or addition (even if we didn’t install it!).
Trade your old portable vacuum for the outstanding performance and convenience of a Gary’s VACUFLO system.
Most existing home installations are completed in less than a day. Request a quote today to see how affordable it can be to add central vacuum cleaning convenience to your home.
Want To Know How to Install a Central Vacuum Yourself?
Patience, a bit of handy work, and our Do-It-Yourself kits are all you need to get the job done. These kits are available at any one of our locations and come with plenty of free advice on how to install a central vacuum from our friendly Customer Service Representatives.
Our central vacuum Do-It-Yourself valve kit is designed to provide enough pipe and fittings to install each valve. The number of kits you will need depends on the square footage and layout of your home. If necessary, one of our Customer Service Reps can help you determine this.
When installing piping in existing homes, more pipe and fittings may be required due to the inability to pipe the “ideal” route. To accommodate this, additional kits or pipe/fittings may be purchased.
The Central Vacuum System Installation Manual is intended to assist customers who wish to perform their own installation.
More and more businesses are choosing to install Central Vacuum Systems because of the power, convenience, and timesaving features they provide. Salons, vet clinics, auto detailers, dental offices and labs…any business where health and cleanliness are top priority. Central vacuum systems are more cost-effective than purchasing multiple portable vacuums. Central Vacuum Systems simply last longer and provide more power. A Gary’s VACUFLO Central Vacuum System is backed by outstanding customer service.
If you are installing in an existing structure, either notify your Territory Rep or give our office a call and we’ll set up a convenient time for your complete install. Complete installation and set up times vary depending on the size, application, layout and difficulty of access. Once the system is installed, our friendly installation techs will provide a full demonstration of how your new system works. This will include the maintenance and care of the Power Unit, how to use and maintain the accessories, and a full explanation of your warranty.