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Ugly wires on your wall got you down? We used Legland In-Wall TV Power Kit to ban those ugly wires in our living room.
Legrand In-Wall TV Power – DIY Made Easy
One of my biggest pet peeves is having wires all over my house. Between the kids devices to my computer to our flat screen tv there are always wires everywhere. Some of the reasons are a) I trip over them. I am not a young chick anymore, falling hurts! b) my animals chew on them – especially the cats with the tv wires and c) they look ugly.
I jumped at the chance to try out the Legrand In Wall Tv Power Kit because it solved all of the problems above. I have a handy husband to put it in for me too!
Some product info:
- Easy routing of TV power and HDMI cable in-wall, with no electrical wiring required.
- Designed for most TV plugs up to 1.13″ wide and offers a prewired design for simple setup
- The plastic is paintable for a custom look.
- Fish tape is included for simple installation.
First make sure you watch the video of how to install the Power Kit. Safety ALWAYS comes first so make sure you are aware of where the wires are in your walls and use the proper tools to install the Kit.
You can basically learn all you need to know from the video below but my husband did some step-by-step pictures for you to also follow.
When you are ready to go and have all your tools in place use a stud finder to begin your project.
Double check your measurements before you drill!
After you get your holes drilled, pull the unit through.
It’s time to pull your tv cords thru. Use the fish tape if needed to keep them together.
Pop the cover on the hole to finish it out. We didn’t have to paint your cover because it matches the wall currently. When we paint it next spring, I love that I can have them match!
All done! All that was left was to tuck the power strip into the tv unit to hide those internet cables!
I like being able to watch tv without being distracted or having to tell my cats to stop chewing on them the whole time!