Beam Installation Tips & Help


          How to Use a Central Vacuum

How to Use a Central Vacuum Specifically designed tubing installed in the walls of your home gives your home the convenience of a central vacuum system. When you clean with your Beam the dirt, dust and allergens are carried away from living areas to the central power unit and collection canister located in the utility room, garage or basement. To activate the system, simply plug the lightweight hose into the wall inlet, an average home has three inlets, flip the switch on the hose handle and start cleaning and improving the indoor air quality of your home with powerful performance.

New Home

If you're building a new home or planning a major remodel project there will never be a better time to install a Beam Central Vacuum System. Installation of your Beam system is done after plumbing and electrical work is completed and before wallboard is installed. One of the most popular features of a central vacuum system is the KickSweep\automatic dustpan. Beam homeowners recommend this handy feature in the kitchen, near exterior doors, in bathrooms, family or laundry rooms, or wherever you're planning to have hard-surface flooring. If your builder is not currently installing Beam systems, we can do the job quickly and competently


  DIY (Do it Yourself)

If you're reasonably handy, installing a Beam system can be a fun, rewarding, low-cost weekend do-it-yourself project, and Beam has the resources to assist you. A Beam Central Vacuum System can be installed in virtually any home - new or old - with no damage or costly alterations and very little mess. And, there's no outside venting required. You can do it yourself using our comprehensive Installation Manual - usually over a weekend depending on your home construction and layout. We can provide you with everything you need including an Installation Manual and a "how to" videotape.

Canada's Lowest Price! Guaranteed!! Or We will BEAT IT BY 10%