ALABAMA CENTRAL VACUUM SERVICES
“No other vacuum cleaner removes more dust and odor from the air you breath than a central vacuum system! No other vacuum cleaner outperforms a properly installed central vacuum system at removing dirt from your hard floors and carpets! If you are serous about cleaning your home, you need to consider a built-in central vacuum cleaning system.”
A & A Vacuum Mart of Mobile and Fairhope Alabama have been installing and servicing Central Vacuum Cleaner Systems longer than anyone else in Southern Alabama. Whether you need your existing system serviced, upgraded or repaired, A & A Vacuum Mart is the Central Vacuum Expert. If you are considering installing a Central Vacuum System in your new or existing home, you can count on A & A Vacuum Mart for installation design, advice and project management. We install Central Vacuum Systems for home and business use and have a system for every need and budget. Visit one of our conveniently located showrooms in Mobile or Fairhope Alabama to get a HANDS ON DEMONSTRATION of the many advantages of using a Central Vacuum System Today.
Exhaust Odor Mitigation
A properly installed central vacuum system exhausts 100% of of dust and contamination outside of your home. This is because the more powerful suction motor that pulls in the dirty air from your floors and carpets is located outside of the home during operation, unlike standard vacuums which, even though filtered, exhaust dirty air that has been fulled through dirt, back into the very room that you are vacuuming.
As with dust, 100% of the odor associated with vacuum cleaning your home is expelled outside of the living area of your home. You will never smell and contamination that has been picked up with central vacuum system, no matter how sensitive your nose. Imagine never smelling the scent of pets or allergens again while vacuuming your home.
Even though a central vacuum system is considerably more powerful than a standard household vacuum cleaning system, the noise that you will hear during use is 80 – 100% quieter than any other vacuum you have ever used. Having the power unit located outside of your home (usually in the garage) is even more beneficial than expelling dust and odors.
A & A Vacuum Mart has measured central vacuums at more than five times the power of any other vacuum system. Having the power unit outside and mounted on a wall allows for a considerably larger and more powerful suction motor to be used while offer the ease and convenience of only having to maneuver a lightweight hose inside your home to clean.
If you presently own a central vacuum and are experiencing trouble with the unit we can help.
Many times central vacuums are used for years without proper maintenance hindering the units overall performance and life expectancy. Several problems can be avoided by having your central vacuum inspected and serviced to ensure that your unit is operating at its peak performance. Some times a central vacuum will begin experiencing clogs in the system because of a poorly-maintained vacuum. The lack of air flow (due to an inferior installation) is the number one cause for most central vacuum problems. We can correct it.
1. To keep all scheduled appointments.
2. To return your phone call within 3 hours.
3. To respect your property as if it were our own.
4. To provide you with the best product suited for your home.
5. To use only the latest and best practices in our industry.
6. To educate you on the proper use and care of your new central vacuum.
Please contact us if you are in need of repairs or want to enhance your present central vacuum. We have the parts and accessories for most brands and can quickly repair or provide you with a properly working system that you’ll be happy to use.
We charge a minimal fee for service calls. This charge includes travel time, diagnosis and the first 30 minutes on site. There are additional charges for parts or additional time. You will be given a full detail of any additional costs before any work is completed.
We offer parts, service and repairs on the following central vacuum cleaner systems:
Aggresor, AirVac, AstroVac, Beam, CanaVac, Centralux, Cirrus, CycloVac, Diry Devil, DrainVac, DuoVac, Dustcare, Electrolux, Eureka, Filtex, Hayden, Honeywell, MD, Nutone, Power Star, Pullman, PurVac, Riccar, Royal, Simplicity, Vacuflo, Valet and many others…
Built-in vacuums are the best vacuums for allergy sufferers. 100% of all dust and dirt runs through a PVC sealed system that is completely out of the house. It is the only vacuum that can claim 100% dust free. No matter the size of the home or the type of flooring, built-in vacuums are an excellent way to clean and protect your investment. At A & A Vacuum Mart in Mobile and Fairhope Alabama we carry Beam, Electrolux, Vacuumaid, Dirt Devil Simplicity, Riccar and VacuFlo Central Vacuum Cleaning Systems. Let A & A Vacuum Mart take the confusion out of installing the right central vacuum cleaner for your needs. Don’t let the technical jargon associated with central vacuum systems confuse you. A & A will help you simplify the process and make sure you get the best system for your dollar.
Horsepower or peak horsepower- when you hear this term you immediately think the built-in vacuum motor is similar to your Briggs and Stratton lawnmower. Not even close. What companies often do is hook up a motor directly to a gauge. The figure the gauge reads just before the motor burns up is your peak horse power rating. Your built-in vacuum will never actually run at this speed.
Air Flow- This is absolutely a figure. This number represents how fast the dirt and air travel through the PVC line. The faster they move the more efficient your system will be. Two problems though, the air flow figure will is dramatically change depending on whether your system is the least efficient. Because as soon as you pick up a cup of dirt will cover the intake screen of the motor dramatically reducing its airflow.
- Installation- Improper installation of your PVC pipe is the other reason. Your airflow reading will change remember, each 90 degree turn of the PVC pipe is like adding eight feet of pipe to the line. If the installer is not educated in proper installation they will put in too many 90 degree elbows causing a very good system to be ineffective.
Sealed Suction- Again a very true figure will use the built-in vacuum factory’s gauge to measure the suction of the intake of the motor. The problem, with this again, what kind of system is it, bag filtered or filterless will change the figure and again remember the figure at the intake of the motor and the intake of machine itself will be different. Improper installation will also reduce its suction greatly it too many 90 degree elbows were used.
Air watts- Air watts are a combination of sealed suction and air flow that gives a certain a number. Although it is true that sealed suction and airflow work together. In thirty years manufacturers still can’t explain how they come up with the figure.