Hide-A-Hose| Vacuum Cleaning Re-Imagined

Hide a Hose Vacuum cleaning re-imaginedEver wondered if there could be something better than a bulky hose lugging from inlet to inlet in central vacuum cleaners. Then the Hide-A-Hose system is here to save you. In the following sections we’ll take a keen look at the following areas just to ensure you are making the right choice for your cleaning: 

  1. Hide A Hose systems and why you should consider it.

  2. What you need to know before installing it.

  3. Benefits of using it as a Homeowner.

Disclaimer: But central vacuum cleaners produce greater suction compared to the portable models and besides they have a real benefit to allergy sufferers. So why should you consider something else for my cleaning? 

Hide A Hose systems and why you should consider it.

With the recent advances in technology in almost any field, it is honestly an injustice to be keeping around an appliance consuming all your leaving room space. That is where Hide-A- Hose comes in. 

With this appliance, you can simply forget the strain of having to carry around and store your central vacuum hose. Instead, you just pull out the amount of hose you need and begin vacuuming. And not only that you get a lean, efficient, eye-catching machine with all the advantages of previous models with a lot of ease in operation and maintenance.

What you need to know before installing Central Vac Attachments

The company that gave you a bid for installing your Central Vac is probably discouraging you from using a hide-a-hose. They are probably right but are they justified to switch your choice? 

Installing hide-a-hose in Homes with Central Vac

For newly constructed homes hide-a-hose systems can be roughed in alongside piping and wiring. But to change an existing central vacuum valve may not necessarily easy, this is in part because of standardization issues: 

First and foremost, your engineers will have to decide where the outlets will be and where the pipe runs (storage location for hoses when not in use) will be located. Secondly, all the joints in your pipe run should be gentle sweeps and not sharp angles that will drag the hose. 

And then finally the engineer should check if they will need special fittings for the remaining central vac attachments. A run-down on this checklist should give a better picture of whether to integrate your central Vac or stay with it untouched.

Installing hide-hose in Homes with no Central Vac

HoseWe are amazed by what hide-a-hose can bring to the new homeowners cleaning experience. 

The Smart Tube system concealed into the walls, pipe runs, stores the hose. Special tubing sweeps allow the hose to move freely within the tubes. Inlets can be installed within any 2" x 4" wall cavity. 

Hose lengths are adjusted according to the size of the rooms. Each inlet can cover up to 2300 sq. ft. All the tubing is networked to a central power unit usually placed in the garage, basement, or equipment room. There is simply no easier installation experience for new buildings. 

Benefits of using it as a Homeowner.

Having taken you through the solution and what it brings for you, it is now time to time to tell you what you will save you: 

The standard hide-a-hose (45foot long) covers around 2300sq feet of space with fewer inlets than the competing models. 

Forget about space management: You will never have to carry and store that bulky central vacuum hose again. Simply pull out the hose, connect your handle, and begin your cleaning. When done the suction will retract back the hose into the pipe runs. 

And finally, without any doubt, a hide-a-hose system is the best cleaning investment you make today. You probably have many years using Vacuum Cleaners, so just imagine not having to lug around the hose or coil it up or having to carry it around trying to find a space to keep it. Can it get much worse than that? With hide-a-hose however, there is just not much downside.

References and Resources

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