Even Great Products Get the Blues — Servicing Your Vacuflo System
TLC For Your Vacuflo Central Vacuum It’s sad to say, but even the best made products get old or break down eventually. It’s a fact of life as certain as taxes. This is true no matter how much care and technical skill go into manufacturing them. And the perfect design won’t help either, not when it’s fighting a losing battle against good old wear and tear. It’s like great athletes say when they finally have to retire — Father Time is undefeated. And unfortunately, your Vacuflo central vacuum system is no different. You’ll need to repair or replace something in it eventually, no matter how reliable it’s been so far. Central Vacuum problems range from clog in the pipes to a bad inlet valve to a failed motor. . . There’s a lot of moving parts in the vacuum unit, not to mention the the biggest killer of vacuum units: dust getting into motors and mucking things up over time.
Don’t get us wrong — there’s no doubt that Vacuflo is a decent vacuum unit. We have serviced many of them in New York and Connecticut, and they have a well deserved reputation for quality. But we still service Vacuflo systems all the time, so often that we carry some replacement parts right on the truck. It doesn’t mean it’s a bad system. It just means it’s subject to the same problems as every other home appliance.
Protect Your Time with Top Notch Repair and Service We get it. The last thing you want to think about is what’s going on in your central vacuum unit. That’s why you spent the money up front in the first place, so you could stop dealing with vacuum cleaner stuff and move on to bigger things. You don’t want to dig out the manual to find out if your Vacuflo uses true or filtered cyclonic action. You just want clean floors and the air in your home to be free of dust.
You want to protect your time first and foremost. Time is the one thing that nobody can afford to waste. It’s only natural for you to put off making that phone call when something “minor” goes wrong with your vacuum system. You can always call next week about a little loss of suction, right? And that clog in the pipes that started after they drilled the holes for your new closet shelves? Maybe that’ll just go away on its own.
But that’s just a “pipe dream.” You know that suction problem is just going to get worse if you don’t do something about it. Same thing with that clog your closet organizer made in the pipes. If you put off the minor service call required for these small problems, you’re just ensuring a major one later. Then a couple hours turns into a whole day of repair folks running in and out of your house. And nobody wants that.
We Service all Vacuflo Central Vacuum Units But we’re here to help. We replace and repair Vacuflo systems all the time. And because it’s a popular system, we know how to spot a problem with it quick. We know the difference between the all the fancy types of cyclonic action and we can diagnose the pressure problem with your exhaust line from a mile away. Give yourself a break and call us if you have any problems with your Vacuflo. You’ll be glad you did in the long run.
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