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Nation's Largest Remodelers Are Using Docking Drawer In-Drawer Electrical Outlets


Docking Drawer in-drawer electrical outlets have become a popular, convenient and safe way for consumers to neatly store, charge and power their electrical devices while keeping their counters free from cord clutter - and many of the nation’s largest remodelers have taken notice.

Docking Drawer continues to expand our reach, Hello Madrid and thank you Decoesfera!


Docking Drawer continues to expand our reach, Hello Madrid and thank you Decoesfera!

Las nuevas tecnologías están cambiando en poco tiempo, no solo nuestra vida, sino también nuestros hogares. Porque, entre móviles, tabletas y portátiles, ¿alguna vez has echado de menos tener más enchufes para tener todos tus gadgets cargados?

Docking Drawer is ADA Compliant when Installed Correctly

 To be ADA compliant install Docking Drawer outlet within 12" of the countertop

Did you know that Docking Drawer in-drawer electrical outlets are ADA Compliant? We get asked this question a lot, especially from our customers who develop and build apartments, condos, high-density housing projects and residential or commercial real estate. When installed correctly, Docking Drawer outlets meet all of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that ensures access to the built environment for people with disabilities.

Docking Drawer & Rev-A-Shelf Vertical Cabinet Pullouts: A Perfect Match

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Are you in the process of designing or renovating your master bathroom? Whether you’re simply upgrading your cabinets, or you’re working on making the custom master bathroom of your dreams, there are two key elements that you cannot have enough of: convenient storage space and electrical outlets.

4 Charging Drawers: The Beginning of Docking Drawer

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Our friends at Webber Coleman Woodworks recently sent us these pictures of a beautiful kitchen cabinet upgrade they did that featured four drawers, one for each family member's technology, each with their own Docking Drawer in-drawer electrical charging outlet inside. We couldn't help but get a little nostalgic when we saw these because Docking Drawer was started because of a request for four organizational drawers similar to these.

Create more Space Behind the Drawer Box - Pro-Tip

Need more space behind your drawer box for an in-drawer electrical outlet? Many Docking Drawer customers simply install a "NEW" drawer box back. Here is how they do it.

  • Remove the old drawer back.
  • Purchase a Docking Drawer retrofit panel or simply create your own.
  • Install the panel in its new location ensuring that there is enough space behind the drawer box for your in-drawer outlet.


It’s a fast and easy innovative solution used by our customers. To learn more, call one of our specification experts at (530) 205-3625 with questions. 

Narrow Drawer Installation Pro-Tip

Style Drawer Blade and Flush series outlets are able to fit into narrower drawers with a little bit of planning.

If your drawer box is narrower than the "Minimum Width Behind Drawer Box" specification found on our literature, look to the spaces to the left and right of the drawer box and consider adding a channel or creating open space to allow the cable management arms room to function.

We built this demo drawer to illustrate how the concept can work in your projects. The channel is simple to create. In kitchen cabinets or bathroom vanities, you can gain up to an 1 1/2" of "Width Behind the Drawer Box" if your cabinets utilize 3/4" side frames. In bathroom vanities, typically the channel opens up into dead space underneath the sink.


The One Upgrade Your Perfect Nightstand is Missing


When is the last time you thought about your nightstand? While it may not be on the top of your mind, it is something that you use everyday. It faithfully holds your nightly water cups, reading glasses, books of the week, and a variety of other odds and ends. But is your nightstand working the best for you that it could be? Chances are, it's missing this one major upgrade: electrical outlets. 

Conquer Pesky Electronic Clutter With In-Drawer Docking Stations

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Did you see us featured on Houzz? If not, read the full article below or on Houzz's website here!

Chances are you’re reading this article on your laptop, tablet or phone. When you’re ready to charge that device, the cords will likely clutter up your desk, kitchen counter or nightstand — and your overall design. But that doesn’t have to be the case. New York designers Gary Ciuffo of Ciuffo Cabinetry in Deer Park and Sarah Robertson of Studio Dearborn in Mamaroneck partnered with Docking Drawer, a pioneer of in-drawer electrical outlets, to share tips for safely installing a cutting-edge in-drawer charging or powering station.

Benefits of Our New Blade Series In-drawer Charging Outlets

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At Docking Drawer, we're always striving to provide you with safe, innovative, cutting-edge electrical products to help make your lives easier. Technology is a part of our everyday lives now, and with that comes the need to charge, power and store our many different devices.

We created our original Blade and Blade Duo Series in-drawer charging outlets to help you clear the cord clutter off your counters and provide a safe way to charge your cell phones, tablets, laptops, fitness trackers and more - all tucked away in a drawer. These original charging outlets were a huge hit, but we also made sure to listen to you to see what could make them even better. And that's why we're now releasing the NEW Blade and Blade Duo Series.

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