An Exhausting Problem

Most Central Vacuum owners don’t think much about where their central vacuum is exhausted. One of the primary benefits of owning a central vacuum system is that it should draw 100% of the dust and odor are removed from your living area. However do you want this exhausted into your garage?

A properly installed central vacuum should be exhausted to the exterior of your home. At the very least this exhaust should be diverted from your garage area into your attic space (make sure you have someone knowledgeable with central vacuum installation inspect your attic area prior to attempting to perform this on your own.

And, if you have a bagless central vacuum system, the above is all the more important due to an excessive amount of exhaust dust produced by these systems.