Here at Central Vacuum Online we want to provide more than just parts for our users. We want to help solve problems that our users may have. That's why we have decided to create a database of articles, to help solve problems, answer questions, and provide viable information to our awesome users!
Top 3 Products to Extend your Central Vacuum System's Life
A proactive approach to keeping your vacuum maintained and help prolong it's life. From improving suction, to protecting your furniture and vacuum head.
5 Reasons Why You Should Upgrade to a New Central Vacuum Attachment Kit
Central systems are built to last, however, they need various upgrades from time to time. If you own a slightly dated central vacuum, then getting a new one can provide you with a wide array of benefits that you may not have been aware of.
Central Vacuums vs. Upright Vacuums - Which is Better?
There is a lot of debate about whether central vacuums are more effective or if upright vacuums do a better job at cleaning. Let's take a look at which is better, and why.
How to Upgrade to a Circuit Board
Save money and reduce the headache of trying to find original electrical components for your central vacuum by upgrading to a circuit board in your main central vacuum collection unit.
Solutions for Common Central Vacuum Problems
Since the introduction to central vacuums, people have found easier and more efficient ways to clean their home. With the life span of central vacuums far surpassing that of a typical upright, sometimes some problems can arise. This article outlines some of the most common issues and solutions on how to get you up and running in no time.
Go Green with Central Vacuum Systems
At Central Vacuum Online, we are all about preserving Mother Nature and being as green as we can be. This value is instilled in our products and our mission. This is why we promote the usage of central vacuum systems because they are more environmentally-friendly compared to traditional vacuums.
How to Remove and Replace a Central Vacuum Motor
A popular option for homeowners looking to save a lot of money is to replace their central vacuum motor instead of swapping out the entire vacuum unit. This instructional article guides you through the process and provides tips and tricks make it as easy and possible. The difficulty level is "easy-medium" and should not take more than one hour to perform.
How to Replace a Circuit Board
Learn what it takes to replace the circuit board in your main central vacuum collection unit while saving a lot of money. A central vacuum circuit board has gone bad when you don't hear a "click" sound at the tank when trying to start the vacuum. The difficulty level to change the board is "easy-medium" and usually takes a half hour.