Tucked behind a cabinet, couch or in the corners of most homes you will find a tangled mess of cables. A lot of care and attention is paid to the purchasing and positioning of equipment, but much is left to be desired when it comes to cabling. But it's actually very easy and simple to conceal cables.
When remodelling your home, create a clear electricity plan that shows where all the light fittings, telecommunication connections and electricity outlets should be placed.
"The ducts can be moulded into the wall, allowing the cables to be pulled through. After the wall is plastered, your cables will be nicely hidden from sight. With good planning, TV and speaker cables can also be moulded into the wall in the same way.
But even if you aren't planning to remodel your home, there are other easy solutions to help you get rid of unsightly cables. Here are a few examples:"
Different kinds of hollow skirting board are available. You can match the colour of a laminated floor or choose a universal skirting board. Cables can be routed through the skirting boards to any location in the home. Hollow skirting boards are available in a range of designs with a variety of mounting options. One possible solution for crossing a doorway is to use a floor duct.
Cable covers can be fitted along skirting boards (e.g. self-adhesive cable ducts). Cables can be run along the floor through these cable covers. You will need a wall cable cover to run the cables up the wall to the desired height. Vogel’s has the complete solution for your TV wall bracket and cable cover, which can be used to conceal 4, 8 or 10 cables. Further accessories are also available, enabling you to connect a soundbar or receiver directly to the cable cover.