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FranTheGardner

12:44PM | 09/24/06
Member Since: 09/23/06
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How can I get some of these at resonable prices? So far, the cheapest I've seen them is $1500 without shipping. That sounds steep for "abandoned" containters. I find no mention of where to obtain them on this site or the TV show.

pocohontus

09:12AM | 10/12/06
Member Since: 02/15/06
2 lifetime posts
I WATCHED A PROGRAM ONE DAY WHICH SHOULD HOW THE HOME OWNER DID NOT WANT TO HAVE OUTLETS SHOWING ON HER BACK SPLASH AND HOW THE CONTRACTOR PUT IN UNDER THE CABINET OUTLETS.

I DONT KNOW WHAT THESE ARE CALLED AND WHERE TO GET THEM

I TRIED LOWES AND THE DEPOT BUT THEY ONLY SAID THIS WAS HIGH END AND THAT I WOULD HAVE TO CHECK SOMEWHERE ELSE

MY ELECTRICIAN IS READY TO START THIS MONDAY 11-16-06 AND I WANT TO FIND THESE BEFORE THEN

PLEASE HELP ME.................

THANKS SO MUCH

RP

Billhart

05:41PM | 10/12/06
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
Please don't use all caps. It is hard to read and reserved for SHOUTING.

What you are looking for is called Plugmold. That is one brand name, but the most commonly known.

http://www.wiremold.com/www/consumer/products/plugmold/index.asp

I think that the generic name is surface raceways with receptacles.

It comes in a number of different lenghts and spacings.

http://www.electricsupplyonline.com/prod/wiremold-surface_raceways_with_outlet.php

I have seen it at Lowes and HD in the past, don't know what they hve now.

But I am surprised that your electrican did not know what it was. Maybe the way that you described it.

Most any electrical supply house should have it.

Suggestion. Rip a mounting strip of wood at about at 30 degree angle and put it behing the plugmod. Makes it easier to plug into.


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