H-P Products Reaches Every Inch of the Garage with New Vroom Vac
The add-on comes in flush-mount and surface-mount models.
May 16, 2014 by Rachel Cericola

The garage can be a scary place. It has old boxes, dirt and plenty of spiders. However, H-P Products is saying that they can make it just as nice as the rest of the house, with the newly released Vroom Garage Vac.

Designed specifically for the garage, workshop or condo, the Vroom weighs nine pounds and only needs 2.5 square feet of wall space. The previous Vroom model attached to the ceiling, but this new option is available in a flush-mount model that can be recess-mounted inside a 2-by-4 stud wall for low-profile hardwire installations, or a surface-mount version that can be installed anywhere.

It’s easy to use, lightweight, and has a new 40-foot expandable hose that can remove tough-to-reach dirt and debris from the nooks and crannies you don’t want to get into.

Each Vroom comes with five attachment tools: a telescoping wand and floor tool, a two-piece upholstery tool with horsehair, a dashboard brush, and a crevice tool. All of those extras fit right into the included tool caddy or a wall mount.

Other features include a 12-amp motor and a replaceable five-layer, one-gallon microfiber filtration bag.

“It’s no secret garages and basements tend to be some of the messiest areas in the house with some of the poorest air quality,” said Amy Wesely, H-P Products’ marketing manager. “The Vroom Garage Vac was designed top to bottom for the demands of garages and workshops and it is the best offense against sawdust, car dirt, sand, and all the other debris that invade and accumulate. Plus, it’s great as a low-profile central vacuum system for condos or smaller homes.”

The Vroom Garage Vac is available now. To find out more about this product and dealers in your area, check out the H-P Products website.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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