Installing an electrical outlet is no easy feat. You have to worry about wiring and how much the outlet can handle, not to mention you often find yourself tearing a hole in the wall just to install it. That being said, additional outlets can add something to a room. Because everything is technology driven these days, we often find ourselves short on power–usually when we need it most. For that reason, we’re sharing five places you can install your next electrical outlet!
Your Kitchen: Is your kitchen counter a catch all for your smart devices? Tablets, cell phones and even laptops are often plugged into kitchen outlets to charge, disrupting the flow of the area. Install a Docking Drawer solution! These ETL listed powering and charging outlets can be tucked into that half-empty kitchen drawer you never use. A charging outlet will juice up your device, leaving your other outlets free for the blender, the toaster, and even the microwave.
Your bathroom: There are so many bulky cords in bathrooms, aren’t there? Electric razors, hair dryers, flat irons, and curling irons all jockey for space, usually around the same time of day. Stop fighting for space! Install a Docking Drawer outlet into a bathroom drawer and automatically give yourself more power when you need it most.
Your home office desk: Ever had an extension cord flung across your desk because the outlet is too far away to charge your device? Annoying! Install a Docking Drawer solution in a drawer at your home office. It’ll allow you to keep your smartphone or laptop near as it charges, so you won’t miss important notifications.
The closet: What?! We know. This is a bit of an unusual space for an outlet, but you’d be surprised at how useful they can be. Many people with small bathrooms utilize space in their closet for one person to get ready in the morning. Additionally, a lot of newer houses have a vanity installed in their closet, making it the perfect space for a powering or charging solution before your day begins.
A window seat: Many window seats have drawers below them that open. This is the perfect storage space for book lovers to keep their reading devices, but not such a great space to keep those reading devices charged up. Install a Docking Drawer charging solution into those unused window seat drawers and keep your reading device ready always.
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