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SonyaK

central vac.

It's certainly here, in Oz, but not common. But I remember a couple we knew, who were building, putting it in back in 1993!! Before that I thought it was a very futuristic idea!!

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Expat Badger

central vac

very normal here on newer houses - ours was built in 2003

i live in quite a new community and all the houses have them as standard i think

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Nausea Bagwash

Vacuum

We have a bagless Vax upright which is quite efficient but incredible noisy.

I find with a bagless that you need to empty it after ever use as the more the container fills up the less efficient the vacuum is. Perhaps this is what Mr Dyson means.

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Nausea Bagwash

Vacuuning

"I've always thought an in-built vacuum system was very posh!! or at least very expensive!!
Maybe more people are putting them in now? Are they common in UK or Canada?"
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Back in the 1960s I had friends who lived in an art nouveau appartment block in Vienna which had a central vacuum system for all the flats. Don't suppose it dated from when the building was new but it certainly goes back almost 50 years. I don't think it's ever been much of a thing in the UK though - far too sensible an idea!

 
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