Keep Your 1 Gang, 2 Gang & 3 Gang Outlets Clean

SmartGuard can help you protect your 1 gang, 2 gang, 3 gang, and even 4 gang outlets on construction sites. Having a 4, 3, 2, or 1 gang outlet cover saves you time and protects outlets from debris while also helping you speed up the cleanup process.

  • Nail On Box Covers
  • Receptacle Covers With Pins
  • Receptacle Covers With Screws
  • GCFI & Decora Covers
  • Paint Shields
  • Completely Shielded Or With Access

1, 2, & 3 Gang Outlets Are Everywhere

When building or renovating, you have to deal with electrical outlets in virtually every home and business. You may have to paint around a series of 1 gang outlets, inspect 2 outlets stacked on top of each other, or install 3 and 4 gang electrical outlets in a business or factory.

Why Cover Electrical Outlets?

No building job is “just” a building job. Often, many specialists are working simultaneously to get the job done on time and on budget. This means that despite your best efforts, there is plenty of debris floating around the job site during the construction process.

  • Dust
  • Wood chips
  • Insulation
  • Concrete
  • Glass
  • Plastic

Keep Junk Out & Electrical Working

Unfortunately, most construction professionals don’t have the time to meticulously stand guard and ensure this debris doesn’t negatively affect the electricians’ work. Debris getting into an outlet can render it useless and lead to shorts.

Fortunately, a 1,2, or 3 gang outlet cover can protect these openings from debris and the elements. They are also reusable and easy to install.

Better Safety & Easier Inspections

In addition to protecting switches, plugs, and wiring from debris and the elements, clear plastic electrical covers also protect construction workers from accidentally shocking themselves during the construction process.

Clear covers for 1 through 4 gang outlets make inspections simple as well. There’s no need to unscrew anything or remove and replace tape.

Do I Need Electrical Covers?

Clear plastic covers ensure the safety of workers and help prevent hefty fines from OSHA. Not having active electrical work covered is a violation of code 1926.405(j)(1)(i). Violations can lead to fines, loss of contractor licenses, and even building permits.

Order Electrical Outlet Covers Today

If you’re looking for an electrical outlet cover, our experts at SmartGuard can help you stay safe and your building project running smoothly. If you’re having a hard time finding bulk amounts or the right product for the type of projects you do, we can custom manufacture acrylic, PVC, and polycarbonate plastic covers to your specifications.

Contact us to place your order today or to find out more about custom manufacturing.