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How many of us have had to deal with messy, twisted and often times dangerous wires and power cords in our homes? It’s amazing how quickly an outlet can fill up and then what to do? Bryan Nooner is the owner of an Illinois home construction company and the CEO/founder of Twist and Seal. He developed the idea when he and his family could not keep their outdoor light cords dry during the holidays. It was time to develop a solution and find a way to organize all of the cords.
After trying everything he could think of to makeshift some waterproof protection, Twist and Seal was born.
Twist and Seal’s patented designs enclose connectors in a water-tight cocoon, safeguarding homes and protecting against outages and electrical shocks.
Since its inception in 2012, the company’s family of patented products has grown to include several options in a range of sizes, including the Mini, Cord Dome, and the brand new Cord Protect, as well as the company currently taking pre-orders on the contractor-grade Maxx. Twist and Seal was awarded the “Most Innovative Product of the Year” Award three years in a row at the National Hardware Show in the U.S.
Twist and Seal is certified by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and the Consumer Product Safety Commission and is made in the USA. For the Silo, Lauren Knight.
Pricing: Mini: usd $9.98 for a 2-pack Cord Protect: usd $8.95 each Cord Dome: usd $29.95 each To learn more contact:email@example.com