Many of our customers call us regarding tight spaces in which a standard light switch cover just won't fit.
Today, we're sharing how several of them have used small switch plates from our online wall plate store to fix an eye sore or complete a home renovation.
One of the most common problems is tile that runs too close to the electrical box, as two customers describe here:
But switches can also end up too close to door frames, wall trim or other mouldings including high baseboards or board and batten walls that run up too close to electrical boxes.
We've helped several customers fix an unattractive uncovered switch or one covered by a poorly cut cover, and the results have been these 5-Star reviews:
Otherwise, the trim may need to be modified after board and batten has already gone up. which as you can see here, doesn't look very good:
Here, a narrow plate was the perfect fit:
Skinny plates can also work on narrow door frames.
We've even had a customer with a switch between cabinet doors that left too little space after a bathroom remodel:
Other DIY home renovations that raise the surface of your wall and come too close to an electrical box can create an eye sore.
As you can see, narrow switch plates have a lot of great applications and get be a great solution to get you out of a pinch with an obstructions of any kind is blocking your standard cover from going back up.
At Kyle Switch plates we carry over 50 sizes of narrow plates and plates with shifted openings to help you find a good solution. Shop narrow plates or short plates to find a plate that meets your specific needs.