The WallBlade from Sewell Direct is the Newest and Safest Way to Hide Cables

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Flat-screen TVs are perfect for making a living room look modern and comfortable, but just like every other TV, there just isn’t a way to get around the problem of unsightly cable clutter. Flat screens still need power, HDMI, and all other types of cables when mounted to a wall. The WallBlade kit allows you a clean and easy way to run cables through the wall and comes with a non-metallic power cable which will keep the user's house up to code.

Sewell WallBlade Recessed Wall Plate Ensures a Perfectly Clean Installation that is Up To Code.

Sewell WallBlade Recessed Wall Plate Ensures a Perfectly Clean Installation that is Up To Code.

18.6 percent of home electrical fires are caused by cords, plugs, switches, receptacles and outlets. The new WallBlade from Sewell Direct allows the user to easily hide unsightly cables while remaining up to code.

Flat-screen TVs are perfect for making a living room look modern and comfortable, but just like every other TV, there just isn’t a way to get around the problem of unsightly cable clutter. Flat screens still need power, HDMI, and all other types of cables when mounted to a wall. The new WallBlade Recessed Power Wall Plate Kit from Sewell allows for a clean and easy way to run cables through the wall and comes with a non-metallic power cable which will keep the user's house up to code.

According to a statistic from the National Fire Protection Association, 18.6 percent of home electrical fires are caused by cords, plugs, switches, receptacles and outlets. The new WallBlade from Sewell Direct allows the user to easily hide video and power cables connected to the wall-mounted flat-screen TV, while safely maintaining the wiring up to code–without the need to hire an electrician.

Implementing the new WallBlade will enable the cables to run inside the wall, eliminating them from view. The TV setup will be cleaner and sleeker than ever, while still maintaining the quality and flat panel look for the setup. People will see the TV, and nothing else. Without the WallBlade, an electrician would have to build this type of setup in order to maintain building codes.

The WallBlade is as easy to install in a finished house as it is during construction. The user simply cuts a hole in the dry wall, sticks the unit into the hole, and turns the screws (specially designed wings will lock the WallBlade in place to dry wall). With the WallBlade installed, cables can run inside the wall and come out of a discreet wall plate behind the units. The faceplates are detachable and come in either white or beige. The WallBlade units fit seamlessly in your drywall, allowing for a modern and sleek installation.

The WallBlade features a recessed wall plate cable drop with power. Its detachable face plate is designed to hide the screws, while a 1 ½ inch X 1 ½ inch slot for your video cables and a separate slot for power, make this the best ‘inside the wall’ system.

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