Sometimes it’s hard to believe that just five years ago there virtually were no in-drawer electrical outlets. When Docking Drawer began, we created a brand new product to help solve the growing issue of cord-clutter in a smart, simple and safe way.
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.
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.
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.
At Docking Drawer, we talk quite a bit about the fact that almost ALL of our outlets are ETL Listed. This means our outlets are tested by Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTLs) which are independent laboratories recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). They test products to the specifications of product safety codes. But what does it mean to be ETL Listed to the UL 962a and CSA-22.2 standards–and why should our customers care?