7/29/2020

There are many benefits to having a built-in vacuum. No cords, less mess, more power, and an easier clean. It’s a convenient, high-performing, versatile, and all-around great value. Plus, it even helps to improve the indoor air quality of your house. If you haven’t yet considered upgrading to a built-in vacuum, we urge you to do so. For over three decades, at Gary’s Vacuflo, we’ve been making a difference in homes all around the Portland area by installing built-in vacuum systems.

You may be asking yourself what a built-in vacuum is. Essentially, it’s a vacuum that’s located in a central location in your home but works throughout all the rooms in your house, with pipes running through the interior walls. These pipes connect to the central unit of the system, which is stationary, meaning you’ll never have to lug a heavy portable vacuum around ever again.

Wondering how a built-in vacuum works? Let us explain it to you. There are four main components to a built-in vacuum that work together to function.

7/23/2020

If you are enchanted with the idea of an antique bed, there is indeed much to consider. The styles are varied, and your first choice would be wood or metal. Timber beds go right back to the Renaissance period and a solid Victorian four-poster would make for a wonderful investment, while metal-framed beds came into play around the mid-19th century.

7/20/2020



Is your home missing a bit of fluffy puppy or kitty love? Every home should have pets, and every child should have a furry companion! 


But do you know how to make sure your family is pet-ready? As much as we’d all love to go out tomorrow and come back with a lovable ball of fluff, how do you know your family members and home environment is safe and suitable? 


We’ve covered some top tips to make sure your family is pet-ready so you can go out and find the fluff that’s waiting for you!