Adding A Central Vacuum System To Your Garage

 

Contact Airline Vacuum

Transcript

King Tieken:

I’m King with the Airline Vacuum.

In this particular home, we have two two-car garages. We put a hose location in each garage so you can vacuum out your car, golf cart, whatever you may have inside of here. And then that’s going to satisfy that garage.

Then in the other garage, we have a termination point for the 40-foot hose that you can vacuum anything in the garage you have. But the hose will also go out into the driveway, which you can vacuum your boat, your RV, whatever you may have on the exterior. So the hose works in and out.

Our final point that I wanted to show you is that the two pipes you see coming in right here is going to be where the actual vacuum canister will be located. So when you empty it out, you’re in the garage.

You’re not having any dirt, debris or anything in the interior. And the canister is vented to the exterior outside. And all of this collection area is where all of the valves, everything feeds to. And this is where you dispose of it.

Robert:

If you have somebody with allergies like I have, or you just don’t like dust or dust mites, or you’re germophobic-

King Tieken:

Right.

Robert:

… all of the dust and all of the particles that you vacuum are outside in this outside closet. This is where I decided to put it. You could put it anywhere outside; it could be in your garage. You need to empty this canister probably once every couple of months.

King Tieken:

Yep, that sounds about right.

Robert:

And that’s just about it. Take that out, put it in your outside garbage can. Nothing’s inside.

King Tieken:

One of the unique things about this is that we didn’t locate the canister in the garage. We had a remote closet here where you can see he’s got an air compressor, water softener, other things here. And we were able to put the canister in this space so it’s not even noticeable inside of this closet.

Now a lot of people might think, “Well man, I had to come across the house all the way over to this side of the porte-cochère.” Where in this case, we may be 200 feet from the furthest spot on the other side of the house, the opposite end.

But because of the performance of this machine, it makes no difference. We could actually tap in and do his neighbor’s next door if we chose.

Robert:

All right.

King Tieken:

Thank you.

Robert:

Thanks, guys, for coming out. Appreciate it.

King Tieken:

You got it, Robert. Thanks for having us.

Robert:

Glad to show it off.

King Tieken:

Thanks for having us.

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