Q: Are your licensed? A: Yes. We are licensed by the state of Connecticut, department of consumer protection. Connecticut requires a low-voltage electrical license. Our license number is license #0199446 New York state does not require licensing for central vacuum installation.
Q: How much does it cost to install a Built-In Vacuum System in my new home? A: The answer to this common question is: it depends. Installation of a Vacuum System is not an off-the-shelf product, or commodity. It's custom; therefore, the cost depends on how much work is involved, and the type and quantity of accessories and equipment you choose. If you are building a new home, we will come out and meet with you, discuss your needs, and provided you with a free estimate for the installation.
Over the years, we have done everything from very basic and cost effective installations in sub-divisions to very custom, large mansions, working with homeowners, architects and designers.
Q: What's the best central vacuum? A: I wrote a blog post that answers this question. Read it here.
Q: Can you install a vacuum system in an existing home? A: Yes and no. We do install in someexisting homes. If you have a ranch style house with an unfinished basement (The ceiling of the basement is open) then we can help. We also do larger homes, again, with unfinished basements.
Q: Do you sell central vacuum pipe, fittings or wall plates? A: No. Sorry. We don't sell parts or materials.
Q: I live in a town that's not within your service area, but I would really like you to install my central vacuum system. Will you make an exception? A: The answer depends on a few factors. We will consider traveling beyond our normal service area for an installation, We have done so on a few occasions.