Running network or AV cabling in an older house isn’t hard — passing the “wife test” is another thing entirely. Cables that run across rooms and under the rug are ugly, and you can can only trip over a wire so many times before something gets broken. With WireTracks products, you can install various kinds of electronics wiring behind whatever baseboard or crown molding already exists in a room.
The original WireTracks system consists of a wire channel installed flush with your room’s drywall. You affix standard baseboard to the channel cover, and then you can snap it in and out of place.
With WireTracks CM you can attach crown molding in a similar removable manner. Both versions of WireTracks allow you to add capacity to your home network or AV system, and they take some of the hassle out of updating to the next standard, whenever it comes out.
Five feet of the baseboard channel goes for about $25, and the crown molding version costs about $70 for 48 feet worth of brackets.