There is an increasing movement towards homes and offices’ being wireless throughout and technology is certainly playing its part in making this a reality.
With everything from mobile phones, gaming, printers, PCs, tablets, and music systems all having wireless options, it is a fair question to ask “When will the time come when there will no longer be wires in my house or office?”
The question is a difficult one to answer. It’s true that there are a myriad of “wireless” products widely available for both home and office that offers wireless functionality. However, these products still need to be wired into routers, power supplies, and, as some experts state, “there will always be a need for some hard wiring within offices and homes”.
As technology moves forward, there can undoubtedly be less wires in our houses and offices. But for the wires that are left, what is the neatest and safest way of hiding these cables? D-Line produces a range of patented products that will not only hide your cables to ensure safety, but will do so in a stylish way that blends in with your skirting and hides your extension leads. Decorative Trunking is easy to fit and hides wires in such a way that it blends with and adds style to skirting. It can also be used to hide cable drops from TVs and desks to ensure that the clean, tidy look is maintained. See how it looks by clicking here.
There will also extension leads to hide. The D-Line Cable Tidy Unit can hide extension cables and associated power packs up to 6 plug extensions. The unit can also be integrated with the trunking for a seamless, “wireless” effect – see how it looks here.
So, despite the seemingly reduced need for wires, there will be demand for products like decorative trunking and cable tidy units for some time to come.
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by D-Line .