Planning Your Central Vacuum Installation

December 1, 2017 Emily Gamble

The pipes that run through the walls of a house are like its veins. Your plumbing, electrical and central vacuum work together to keep your house lit, your air clean, and your water flowing.

Planning and placing pipes and wires can get complicated, so we’re here to help you simplify your central vacuum’s installation process.

Installing central vacuuming before your drywall goes up is ideal. It can be done in a matter of hours along with your plumbing and electrical as long as you have a proper plan in place. When installing a central vacuum system in an older home, it’s a good idea to do so before renovating your basement for easier access to the walls.

Retrofitting a central vacuum system, though more difficult to access the studs through the drywall, should still only take a few days to complete.

Proper planning is key!

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