‘Tis the Season!

‘Tis the season to decorate!! With Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner, many of you are gearing up for a full season of indoor and outdoor decorating. Each year, electrical hazards pose a risk to your home, your family and also to your decorating. Electrical shock and electrical fires are common during the…

Customer Comments!

Our customers are finding our product necessary and practical! See what they have to say. “We really need this product, Im so sick of seeing ugly cords. Hoping I win {the giveaway}, it would really solve a problem in my house.” Eva D. “I need this!! I was just telling my husband we needed to…

Big Winners!

For the past three years, the Twist and Seal product line has been making an appearance at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.  We have taken home multiple awards for our products and this past year was no exception.  The Twist and Seal Mini
 won the Gold Innovation Award for the Lawn, Garden…

2013 National Hardware Show Winners – AGAIN!

The Perfect Award Winning Christmas Products!  Forget the electrical tape to connect Christmas lights.  Check out the Twist and Seal line of products. In 2013 the Twist and Seal Original did not go to Vegas alone.  In 2012 we had one Award Winning Product. This year it was joined by two new products. These two…

My Christmas Lights Keep Going Out!!!

Year after year, Twist and Seals’ inventor Bryan, had an issue every year around the holidays. The issue was that his Christmas lights and holiday displays kept shorting out, blowing fuses, and simply put, the lights were not on when they were supposed to be, which put a damper on holiday celebrations and events. Like…

Twist and Seal on Construction Sites

Job sites are often hazardous environments to work in. 3 of the top 25 construction site hazards per the National Association of Home Builders are concerned with electrical connections. One hazard titled “General Electronics Requirements” says that not using N.E.M.A. (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) rated electrical equipment is hazardous and can end in OSHA citations.…