Laundry Jet for your home

The hauling of dirty and clean Laundry Jet around your home has been revolutionized with the introduction of Laundry Jet, the first contemporary, on-demand, end-to-end air-propelled laundry delivery system. With its redesigned Return Unit, Laundry Jet can now transport clean clothes as well as dirty laundry without regard to location thanks to its effective, proprietary Posiflo air system. Bid adieu to the numerous laundry baskets scattered throughout your home and the overflowing, full basket. Having several laundry port positions around your home to deliver laundry directly to the laundry room is possible thanks to our innovative vacuum laundry chute design. Ideal for single-story and multi-story residences Both new construction and existing residences can be equipped with Laundry Jet.

The machine has adequate power to handle practically any kind of laundry, including damp towels as well as huge blankets and socks. With the new return unit, you can also send washed and dried laundry back up to a bedroom or closet, which will save you a ton of time and work each week. The most demanding Smart home consumers may now add flair and hands-free functionality with the new slim low profile metallic mirrored wave port.

Laundry Jet Plus

Many factors make Laundry Jet popular among homeowners. Once installed, you won’t need laundry baskets in your home that are overflowing with misplaced or lost clothing and emit stale scents. This saves time, effort, and hassle because they don’t need to be moved about the house, up and down stairs, or even from one end to the other. The systems’ adaptability allows you to place ports in closets, bathrooms, or bedrooms close to where you and other household members change clothes. You can also place the laundry room wherever in your house, including on the top level because the machine can move laundry up, down, and sideways. Particularly beneficial for assisted living is the system.

For homeowners who are incorporating universal design and aging-in-place features into their new log home, the Laundry Jet system is a terrific upgrade. It can make a great difference to be able to carry laundry baskets up and down stairs without having to stop doing your daily laundry tasks. The Plus includes an automated cycle that enables the user to input the clothing, towels, or bedding and walks away, leaving it immediately ready for use once again. It is compatible with both manual and automatic laundry jet ports. Not only are architects dull and bad nowadays, but home trends have also done away with the need for laundry chutes, therefore designers aren’t building new houses with them.

Seal a laundry chute

Laundry Jet facilities are sometimes constructed on the same floor as bedrooms in multi-level homes, saving families the dreaded journey to and from the basement. If you can find a good spot, think about using a laundry chute! If the passage between the two floors is free of obstructions, installing a laundry chute door can be simple; but, if you run into wiring or piping, it may be impossible.

Any home with multiple levels would benefit greatly from a Laundry Jet chute because hauling bins downstairs can be dangerous. Less work is required when doing laundry if there is a chute that moves filthy laundry laterally or downstairs. Additionally, your living environment will be cleaner on days when you don’t do laundry. The door to the laundry chute is removed and rebuilt with sheet rock to provide a permanent seal in order to permanently seal the chute. The door of a laundry chute can also be permanently sealed by being fastened to the aperture so that it cannot be opened or used.

Not only are architects dull and bad nowadays, but home trends have also done away with the need for laundry chutes, therefore designers aren’t building new houses with them. Laundry facilities are sometimes constructed on the same floor as bedrooms in multi-level homes, saving families the dreaded journey to and from the basement. Large-diameter PVC pipe also works well, albeit being more expensive. Additional possibilities include wood, drywall, and melamine, however, these last three require seams and come with a chance of snags.

How does it work?

While using the Laundry Jet mechanism, you must open the port that is the closest to the Laundry Jet you. By placing them in the Laundry Jet’s access point, you may then move soiled washing, bed sheets, and damp towels to the laundry room. The Laundry Jet system is activated whenever the port is open. When the terminal is closed, the system turns off, conserving power and energy.

It doesn’t interfere with daily life in the house because the noise that the same mechanism at the terminals makes is barely louder than a whisper. The Laundry Jet ports can also be installed at various heights to make them simpler to use for domestic purposes.

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