Stay Safe, Stay Organized
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Electrical cords in the home or in the office could be a messy sight. It could easily be jumbled, it makes an area look less organized, and more importantly – less safe.
Here are some tips that could help you get better organized in this area. Electrical Contractors
DIY Network shared tips to ensure that your cord will not be an unsightly mess once again.
“Whether you’re baby-proofing (yes), trying to tidy up cords dangling behind your bedside table (yep, this too), or just tending to that snarled nest of wires hidden behind the media console (hand raised), mastering cord management will make your home feel and look more organized. There are lots of different approaches to the art of camouflaging and organizing your electrical cords. What tools work best for you? When it comes to installing electronics like a flat-screen TV on a mount or a speaker system, a popular approach is to run the cords vertically between the joists behind the drywall, so when I set out to get our TV permanently mounted, this is the approach I took. The cords aren’t hardwired into the electrical circuit (code violations!), but plan to have them pop out nearby an outlet so that the hole in the wall can be easily concealed by a TV stand or side table.”
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The Website OnlineArticle.Org emphasized that more often than not, a home’s media room is the room with the messiest and least organized cords, so it is in your best interest to keep your cords neat. Association of Edison Illuiminating Companies
“The media room’s wants are totally different from these of the house workplace, as a result of all of the gear tends to be centered in a single location. Virtually all the gear will get related to the tv, which requires all elements to be centrally situated. Most owners have a tv stand or hutch the place all the gear is contained. The trick to preserving electrical cords organized is to label the whole lot. Wrap a bit of masking tape across the twine close to the plug and label what it’s hooked up to.”
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ArchitectureDesign.Net meantime shared ways to organize power cords in a classier way.
“All the cables and the cords from things like the computer, the lamps, the TV, etc are seen as an inconvenience and we often try to hide them. There are even lots of accessories to help us do that and we’re also showed you plenty of DIY projects designed to help you do the same thing. But why hide the cables when you can turn them into wall art?”
Check out the step by step instructions here.
So how do you organize your power cables at home?
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