Vacuflo Maxum 7 Central Vac Video Tim shows off a new Vacuflo Maxum 7 Central Vac Power Unit. He offers up tips on how to install one. Watch the video below. SPONSORS / 5 Responses to Vacuflo Maxum 7 Central Vac Video I've watched other videos and seen other pros tips & methods. But yours is by far the best. You also explain things clearly without talking down to your fans. I do have a question. Our property is on land that is mostly clay. So water does not absorb well or fast. Our backyard stays a swamp after hard rains and after the winter. I there anything you can suggest? I plan on building a patio and a kennel this summer. And I want to run electricity to my shed. Thanks Randolph Washington Sr. Reply Randolph, whew, lots to discuss. I created a product for situations like this. You should consider a phone consult with me. Reply As a long time installer of central vacuum units, I am wondering why you have not vented the unit outdoors. The exhaust from the CV unit can stir up dust off the floor of your basement, rendering some of the ant-allergent properties useless. There are times when this is not possible, but it is highly recommended to do so. Reply Great question Jerry! This unit can be vented either way. The issue here is deep snow in the winter against the house where this would vent. I'm afraid a FUTURE homeowner will not keep the snow away from the hood, and then the unit could burn up or not work well. I try to keep the boiler room floor dust free with periodic moping, so I'm good to go! GREAT GREAT question! Reply I am looking to install the Maxum 7 in my new house but the CFM is 110 max and my house has lot of carpet. Will it work fine or should I upgrade for a better CFM? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou have to agree to the comment policy.Comment Name * Email * Website Sign up to my newsletter to receive expert advice for your home!