Docking Drawer in-drawer electrical outlets have become a popular, convenient and safe way for consumers to neatly store, charge and power their electrical devices while keeping their counters free from cord clutter - and many of the nation's largest remodelers have taken notice.
Qualified Remodeler magazine recently released their 40th ranking of the Nation's Top 500 Largest Remodelers based on annual revenue. Of those 500 Top Remodelers, 17 are already Docking Drawer customers, 3 of whom are in the Top 50 of all remodelers in the country.
Remodelers on the Top 500 list are involved in many different types of remodel projects, including kitchen and bathroom remodels, room additions, whole-house remodels, design-build services and light commercial projects. Docking Drawer in-drawer electrical outlets are very versatile, and can be incorporated in any of these project types. And with the recent release of the Blade and Blade Duo charging outlets, they're now even easier to specify.
With the new Blade release, the outlets now come in just ONE SIZE that can adjust for all cabinet depths up to 24". They are also substantially SMALLER, so they can fit into cabinets that start at just 15" wide. These changes make them even easier to fit into existing or future projects, without the need for any major modifications.
Docking Drawer in-drawer electrical outlets are perfect for making a central phone charging station in a kitchen cabinet drawer, or for creating an ideal hair styling station with a vertical pullout cabinet in a master bathroom. They can also be used to update a nightstand to power a CPAP machine, or to create designated device storage stations in a mudroom for each member of the family. For even more inspiration on where to use Docking Drawer outlets, check out the Idea Library on our website.
The possibilities of where Docking Drawer in-drawer outlets can be used are endless, making them a super convenient addition to your next home project.