Power points internal and external

Avoid using groups of double adaptors, it’s unsafe as it can cause an overload of power outlets and is also unsightly.

Glen Clark & Co can assist with;

  • Additional power outlets where you need them
  • Colour match outlets to your d├ęcor
  • Designer outlets for those high visibility locations
  • Dedicated power for those high power appliances
  • Weatherproof power points
  • Outlets for ovens, hotplates, rangehoods and the like
  • New technology power strips, you always have power in the right place
  • Flush mounted floor outlets
  • and more!

A house needs to be equipped with enough easily accessed electricity outlets to avoid the need for extension cords and overloaded circuits. Extension cords can be a trip hazard. For preference, electrical outlets should be doubles to avoid the later use of adaptors.

With all the new electrical appliances we now have jostling for prime benchtop space in our kitchens, correct power-point placement needs careful planning as it is usually difficult to add them later due to tiles or splashbacks etc.

In a kitchen you should start with placing power points for the three main kitchen appliances – the microwave, dishwasher and rangehood.

Then think about the other appliances you use, your kettle, toaster, blender and the like. It’s also a good idea to put a power point on the side of an island bench, too, so you have the flexibility to use appliances there if you wish.

In laundry’s you need power points placed at the correct location for your washing machine, clothes dryer and maybe your iron. Never use extension leads in the laundry.

Contact us for all your additional power requirements.