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Keeping Your in Ceiling Cables Very Tidy

 

Cable Tidy Cablemate

 

A handy tip for keeping large amounts of cable in the ceiling tidy

 

 

If you're building or renovating you almost certainly know that the number of cables required is becoming  quite massive.

 

Between cabling for a home network, phones, TV aerials and control of smart devices around the house, if you are not careful you will have a mess on your hands.

 

One tip to keep the trunks of cabling tidy is to use a few Clipsal Cablemates, screwed to the ceiling joists.

 

Simply thread a cable tie around your cabling and attached to the cablemate for a tidy professional "trunk" 

 

 

 

 

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