Nov 1, by Carrie. Have you ever seen a kitchen where the electrical outlet cover plates are cut crooked into the backsplash tile? In addition to being unsightly, it's a perfectionist's nightmare Not to mention it can be difficult to match plastic electric outlet and switch plates to a specific tiles and colors. For those reasons, we recommend hiding electrical outlets whenever possible to streamline your kitchen design. Plus, building codes also require that certain outlets—those near sinks, for example—be GFCI ground-fault circuit interrupter outlets.
A brilliant way to light countertops! Under cabinet lighting that hides from view and brings direct light where it is needed in the kitchen. Under cabinet angled receptacles are installed for convenience in the kitchen. The metal backsplash creates a smooth, sleek look. Modern lift-type cabinet doors makes items easily accessible. This detail photo of the underside of one cabinet reveals one of several power outlet strips around the kitchen, well-hidden along with under-cabinet lighting by the placement and choice of white to blend in with the cabinetry and backsplash. This gives the backsplash a clean run and eliminates the need for plug outlets.
A number of options are available which are easy to use by just following the drop-down categories of options and functions. For all custom designed power strips, a drawing for your approval will be given before being sent to our production line. Most wall outlets today are installed with 15 amp receptacles. All outlets are tamper-resistant meeting building codes which protect children from electrical shock injuries.