categories | articles | write a review | design your space
log in | sign up ARE YOU A HOME PRO?

Infinity Home & Vacuum

Who is Panos Caltsounis of Infinity Home & Vacuum?

I have been working alongside my father who was a construction supervisor for commercial buildings in the construction industry since I was 14 years old.

In 1996 I graduated from Sheridan College with a Law & Security degree and while I was looking to become a police officer a job was offered to me in installing security cameras and access control systems.  After a year or so I got into alarm systems as well.  In 2004 I joined another company that sold and installed vacuums.  After observing the vacuum industry for a couple of years and seeing how it operated I decided to look around for a product that offered customers the best value for their money and the product that I discovered was the Mvac.  I have always loved giving something of value to my clients and I especially enjoy it when I hear their positive reviews about the products I provide.

Infinity Home & Vacuum specializes in central vacuums and security systems, but more specifically we specialize in the retractable hose system for central vacuums.  This product is the wow factor in any home.   You no longer have to carry hoses around your home, you can just walk up to an inlet pull it out, do your job and send it back into the wall.  It’s that easy.

I truly enjoy seeing peoples’ faces at the home shows when they see our product and ask me if I can install it in their homes, and our answer is always yes – Some conditions apply.

Our signature install is a 15000 square foot home so far to date and our most popular install was doing Bryan Baeumler’s cottage, which will air on TV this Thursday June 7, 2012.  Even he was not sure about our vacuum until he saw the finished product.

In short the retractable hose system is a unique product that should be installed in every home; it’s like the new granite for homes.

Have you hired Infinity Home & Vacuum? Tell us about your experience!

Array ( [0] => 58 )