Electrical powerpoint installation
Is your family fighting over the phone charger? Struggling to choose between the kettle or the toaster? With more people using multiple appliances throughout the day, the addition of more powerpoints can be essential to the comfort of your home.
The team at KNP Electrics & Air understand the frustration that can come with not having enough power points. That’s why we’re committed to offering fast, affordable service for powerpoint replacement and installation.
We’re not the team to cut corners. Everything we do is code-compliant and conducted by a licensed team of electricians and with safest practices in mind. We’ll always provide you with a safety certificate at the completion of your work.
Next to wall-mounted entertainment
If you’re looking at having your television wall-mounted, you can reduce unsightly cords by having a powerpoint installed near the wall mount.
You’ll want wall sockets in your kitchen area where your refrigerator and dishwasher will be installed.
This is an area that is often forgotten about for installing a powerpoint, having an entryway outlet can mean USB connectivity for device charging and easier vacuum corded cleaning.
Near your bathroom mirror
Having a licensed electrician install a powerpoint for grooming tools (like electric shavers or blow dryers) that is close to the mirror will ensure that your bathroom appliances are always within reach and eyesight.
Around the couch
Your living room is going to be the most popular spot for electrical sockets. Keep cords hidden from view and charge your devices from either side of the couch.
In your outdoor living areas
Having a few powerpoints installed can help keep the party going when you’re entertaining. Outdoor powerpoints allow you to plug in decorative lighting, outdoor heaters and speakers.
The garage is another spot that flies under the powerpoint radar. We recommend powerpoints towards the front of your garage for easy car-vacuuming, mowing or leaf blowing.
Stop fighting for the phone charger by adding a charging station to an area in your home. Advancements in electrical plugs include USB only wall sockets that will allow you to plug in your USB cord without having to hunt down the rest.