Too Many Devices, Not Enough Outlets?
If you live in an older apartment, condo or house, you might find electrical outlets few and far between - or never in the places you need them. While newer homes often have more outlets, they aren’t always configured for your individual lifestyle. Of course, you can use extension cords but that’s not an attractive option, and too many cords all around can be a safety hazard for children and pets. Installing new electrical outlets is the perfect solution but it’s a job strictly for a professional as electricity is dangerous and not a DIY project for an unlicensed professional.
7 Best Places To Add New Plugs In Your Home
Here are the top seven places to install outlets to make your home more convenient and attractive while providing power accessibility for all of your devices and appliances.