With all of the USB-dependent devices found in almost every home in the U.S. today, this upgrade will come in super handy. Stop relying on AC adapters to charge your devices. Instead of having dozens of adapters to charge several devices at once, there is another option. Simply install a USB outlet in place of your traditional outlets.
Under Cabinet Outlets
Even better, install your outlets under your cabinets. Not only will your walls look sleeker, you’ll have easy access for countertop appliances.
Related Read: Looking for other ways to update the electrical layout of your home? Read our blog post 5 Simple, but Awesome Electrical Updates to Your Kitchen.
Add a glow of warmth and keep family members safe on late-night bathroom runs with these handy illuminated baseboards. Don’t want to replace your baseboards? You can also add rope lights along the top of your existing baseboards.
Never wonder what’s at the back of the shelf again when you head to the pantry. These lights automatically come on when the doors are opened. If you have a walk-in pantry, you can have a motion-sensor light installed in there too so it’s easy to see and no one forgets to turn the light off!