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The standard wall switches in most houses today are still very similar to those that were installed almost a century ago. The standard switching layout is still basically the same as it was back then also, with a switch for each room, or a group of switches controlling each light source individually. In many houses, it is very common to see gangs of switches on the wall, either unidentified or labelled with a piece of tape or “sticky notes”.

Labelled keypads eliminate the guesswork of typical multi-gang switches. A single gang box can house up to an 8-button keypad, taking the place of entire rows of switches. The keypads are available in a multitude finishes, colors and button configurations, to compliment literally any décor. They are permanently engraved, and can easily be discreetly placed if desired, to keep the wall space free of clutter.

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