Building a New Home? Want the Air As Clean As Possible? Consider a Central Vacuum!

Do you or a family member suffers from allergies?  Did you want to make sure the air in your home is as clean as possible?  Then you’ll want to consider installing a central vacuum system while your new home is under construction.

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, using a central vacuum system vented to the outdoors can significantly reduce dust mites, pollens, animal dander and other irritants in your home. The University of California Davis School of Medicine asserts that allergy sufferers’ symptoms can be improved up to 61% when using a central vacuum system.

Due to the positive impacts on home air quality, central vacuum systems are a popular feature in new home construction. The vacuum inlets are strategically installed based on your home’s design for efficiency and ease of use. A great feature to this system is an automatic dustpan that can be installed in your kitchen or bathrooms allowing you to simply sweep unwanted dirt, food, hair or debris away.

In addition, the central vac canister, which is located in your garage, has an assessable inlet enabling you to quickly and effectively clean out your vehicles as well.

Now you might be wondering – would I have to lug around a heavy hose to connect to the central vacuum system?  The answer is NO!  You don’t have to drag around a long hose from room to room or find a place to store it – the optional Hide-A-Hose System, solves that problem easily. You simply pull out the amount of hose you need, connect your tools, and begin vacuuming. When finished, the suction from the central vacuum power unit retracts the hose for you, saving time and making your vacuuming more convenient. Hose lengths are customized according to your floor size and retract so they are hidden within the wall, attic or crawl space.

If this easy, convenient system that keeps your home’s floors and air as clean as possible sounds right for you, ask your builder about Secur-Tek and Dirt DevilCentral Vacuums with Hide-A-Hose Retractable Hose Systems.    

Secur-Tek is locally owned and operated in Apex, NC, offering home and business security, monitoring, automation audio and central vacuum systems. Our service area includes Apex, Cary, Fuquay-Varina, Chapel Hill, Clayton, Garner, Holly Springs, Durham, Raleigh, Morrisville, and Pittsboro in North Carolina.

KEEP YOUR CENTRAL VACUUM SYSTEM WORKING FOR YOU!

Woman sneezingDoes the mere thought of Spring leave you with a running nose and the sniffles?  After that horrible, cold Winter, everyone is excited about the Spring season with its beautiful flowers, yet for those of us with seasonal allergies along with all of that beauty, the itching nose and watering eyes are sure to follow.

You may think you are safe staying inside. You might even reason you are safe from that pesky pollen indoors, right? Guess what? You’re still at risk. The pollen spores can travel through the screens, in fact when you come in from outdoors, tiny bits of pollen can travel inside with you on your clothes and then onto your furniture and linens. That is why it is so important to keep your Dirt Devil Central Vacuum in optimum working order and at maximum capacity.

The Benefits of your Dirt Devil Central Vacuum:

  • Vacuumed dirt, allergens and odors are removed 100% of the time
  • A Dirt Devil® Central Vacuum extends the life of carpets and furnishings
  • Using the central vacuum regularly improves your indoor air quality
  • Having the most well-known brand of central vacuum system (Dirt Devil) adds resale value to your home

Here is how to keep your Dirt Devil Central Vacuum doing it’s job, working for YOU

Be diligent about replacing your filters once a year, as suggested by Dirt Devil and schedule your routine service calls. The service call includes not only replacing the filter, as needed, but also cleaning the Dirt Devil Central Vacuum piping system with the Wincor Tornado cleaning cloths.

Make a Plan:

  1. Empty the canister of your Dirt Devil Central Vacuum system when it’s half-full.
  2. Check your filter regularly – every time you empty your canister.
  3. Mark it on your calendar and schedule your Dirt Devil Central Vacuum service today!

Plan to enjoy your Spring season.  Breathe easy knowing the Dirt Devil Central Vacuum system is working at optimum capacity for YOU.

Hurry – schedule your spring cleaning service with Secur-Tek by June 30, 2015 and receive a $20 discount on the normal service fee.

Win the War Against Dirt and Debris with a Central Vacuum System

VroomYou see it in the corners of each room of your house, under the sofa, along the baseboards, on the mantle, on the book shelf, floating through the air, glistening in the ray of sunlight that streams in through the front window.

It can be dust, dust mites, fur, hairballs, pet dander, pollen or any combination of it all.

It makes you sweep every day, even twice a day. It is the reason you pull out the vacuum cleaner and drag it and its cord around from room to room every day; and yet, after all the sweeping and the vacuuming, you look around and wonder why it looks like you barely did a thing.

Give yourself an advantage over all those allergens and unwanted foreign objects that constantly entrench themselves in your home.

Consider the installation of a central vacuum system. A central vacuum system allows you to move freely about your home, carrying only a lightweight hose and brush unit. Inlets located around your home transfer debris through tubing set within the walls to a receptacle usually located outside of your home in the garage. This set-up makes it easier for you to clean your house and, unlike traditional vacuum cleaners that recirculate air, keeps the dirt, dust, and dander out of your living space.

Breathe cleaner air more often. Trip over cords less often. Enjoy the rays of sunlight minus the floating objects.

For more information on central vacuum systems, contact Secur-Tek at 919-387-1800.

Half Term Fun

It’s with a mixture of pleasure and apprehension that we welcome this year’s first half-term holiday (11th – 19th February). If you’re lucky enough to be at home with the kids, we know how difficult it can be to keep them entertained for the entire week. Especially when there’s housework to be done as well.
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