What happens in a black hole, stays in a black hole!

Holes! In the electrical industry they are very important. We put pipe in them, stick wires through them, and even install lighting in them.

Today we are lucky, we have all kinds of fun tools to make them with! In the old days, holes were made with manual drills that you would have to crank by hand. This could take days, but your arms would at least look great!

So, it’s so cool that Klein has so many great options for making holes.

Everything from the Carbide-Tipped cutters that go from ½” – 2” pipe sizes, an adjustable hole saw to cut in can lights, and these really neat Ship-Auger Bits that will go through nails, wood, vinyl plastic and heavy timber. (They would also be great in a horror movie.)


When I was a kid, we didn’t hang the TV on the wall!

LOC-CMK70Televisions have certainly changed over the years. I remember when I was a kid, the TV was a huge piece of furniture. If something went wrong with it, a guy would show up with a huge box of vacuum tubes and start changing them until the grainy black and white picture came back to life.
We had 3 or 4 stations, not including UHF channels. I use to love Sunday morning on channel 44, watching Bob Luce’s Wrestling with the Bruiser and the Crusher!
Now TV’s are about 1 inch thick and mount right to the wall. Problem is, how do you hide all the cables for power and signal?
The Wiremold CMK70 In-Wall Cord & Cable Power Kit is the answer.

LOP-CMK70-2• Simple installation: Do-it-yourself kit allows for neat and easy installation in under 30 minutes with no electrician or hard wiring involved.
• Pre-wired all inclusive kit: All parts and tools needed for installation are included in the kit, including a pre-wired power cable.
• Hide low voltage cables: Perfect for hiding low voltage cables such as HDMI and other component wires.
• Kit Includes: 2 power grommets with a 54″ harness, 6′ power cord, hole saw and fish tape.