Looks interesting, but without cut sheets for your submittal package, lots of luck getting it approved by the engineer or architectIf anyone is interested in getting a sample of this disappearing outlet by covered components
then go here
Thanks Dennis. I'm going to order one. Might sell well in high end homes.If anyone is interested in getting a sample of this disappearing outlet by covered components
then go here
They look good in the videos, but I'm wondering about colors. Do you paint or wallpaper to match?
The kitchen counter demo looks like there are marble backsplashes. I can't tell if the outlets are plain white. It almost looks like they have some marbling in them - maybe due to some electronic video editing??
I'm going to be really disappointed if they don't come in the bright Carlton Blue the 3d video shows!!!
Look at the video and the pics on the website. The cover is painted or wallpapered and blends in pretty well. It is a cheaper version to that other company (Tru-Fig) where the outlets do disappear but cost almost $300.00I don't get the concept, sure the outlet disappears with cover closed but now you still have to look at the cover:?
I can make an outlet disappear by placing furniture in front of it
I am not an interior designer so I still won't get it
Agreed-- I would only get them as an upsell if the customer wants them. Not sure how much these cost but they can't be anywhere near the $300 of the otherI am not an interior designer so I still won't get it
If customer wants them I will sell and install them. My house, I can think of better things to spend money on.
It is the Internet, you might be able to lie.
I put in the website line "no website"You don't need a website-- I got mine and I didn't fill the website info because I don't have a site either
I just entered 'None'. The site changed it to http://none and it accepted the request.