Central vacuum offers more power and longevity
If you’re in the market for a new vacuum cleaner, you may want to stop by the Miron Electronics booth at the Alexandria trade show over the May 1-3 weekend.
That’s because the Green Valley-based company will be demonstrating its new line of central air vacuum systems.
Gisèle Miron says she started selling the vacuum systems last fall so she could give more work to the 20 or so technicians Miron Electronics employs.
She admits she’s only sold a handful of units so far but she hopes to begin marketing them more in the future.
Although the central air systems are slightly more expensive than your average machine, buyers are likely to get their money’s worth in suction power and longevity.
“They’re more powerful than an individual unit,” says Mrs. Miron, adding that her central air units – the Québec-based Cyclovac – come with 10-year warranties.
As far as installation times go, Mrs. Miron says that depends entirely on how big your house is and how many outlets you require.
“A bungalow with three outlets should take about two hours,” she says.
Another benefit to the central air system is that homeowners won’t have to drag a bulky vacuum cleaner around the house.
Now all they have to do is plug the hose into a wall and get to work.