Installation of Husky’s Central Vacuum Systems is simple in any home.

If you can use a hand saw, drill and screwdriver, you can install a Husky Vacuum System in just one or two days, just follow the well illustrated step by step installation guide

 

1- Locate your inlets

Using a 8.5m (28’), 9.1m (30’), 10.4m (34’) or 10.6m (35’) rope, find the best location to install your inlets in order to cover maximum floor space. More than one inlet per floor may be required.

 

2- Plan your installation

 

Carefully plan your installation with the help of our INSTALLATION GUIDE

 

 

3- Choose your kit

According to the number of inlets to install, choose the right installation material.

 

 

Installation material

Our kits are designed to make the installation of your central vacuum system as easy and complete as possible, both in existing homes and homes under construction.

These installation kits are available in a multitude of configurations to complete the installation for one (1), three (3) or four (4) vacuum inlets(s). Each kit contains various lengths of PVC piping, all the fittings (elbows, couplings etc.) low voltage wiring, tie wraps, PVC solvent, mounting brackets as well as inlet valves necessary to assemble the piping network.                                                            

Existing Home Installation

About 95% of existing homes, regardless of age can be retrofitted with a Husky Central Vacuum System. The key to success is planning a pipe system with a minimum number of inlets and elbows (turns in pipe) to keep labour time and costs at a minimum while still giving you the vacuum cleaning flexibility only a central vacuum system .

When installing a Husky Central Vacuum System in a Existing Home:

PVC vacuum piping is installed through the interior walls, the attic, cupboards inside build-in wardrobes, under kitchen units and other out of the sight places to suit the particular building, along with the piping, a low volt wire is run from the power unit to the centrally located inlet Valve.

Inlets can be mounted on the wall or floor and are best located near doors and hallways, landings or out-side en suit bathrooms.

With a Husky vacuum Hose between 30ft/9m and 35ft/10.5m, usually only two inlets are needed on any one floor.

Regardless of whether you intend to install your Husky Vacuum System yourself or take   advantage of our complete installation service, we will provide you with a system designed to meet your requirements

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