Looking for identification light switch labels? Whether it be for guests, kids, or the husbands who cannot locate the garbage disposal...you can find confusing switch configurations that exist in many homes. As a result, we oftentimes revert to writing the purpose of a switch onto a piece of masking tape and stick that above the switch - a crude light switch label at best. Read below how Mandy applied SwitchIDs - the better identification light switch labels, in her home.
Mandy Young was a stay at home mom of five. Coming from a large family herself, she knew keeping her sanity had a lot to do with keeping organized. She used labels, lots of labels, to help her family know where to put away their personal items, where to keep shared items, and what to leave alone. She had been using a labeler for her light switches but didn’t find them to be very durable, especially after wiping them several times with cleaner. Learning that SwitchID light switch labels were made with automotive grade materials that could be cleaned was a huge benefit to her. She ordered the Whole House System and began labeling every switch in the house.
In the garage, she kept a chest freezer that had been accidentally turned off on a few occasions. She marked it with a DON’T USE SwitchID and the one next to it with an easy to see and understand lightbulb. She also marked the switch for the outdoor floodlights which shared the switch panel.
In the basement, there were dimmable can lights which were perfect for when they would watch movies, so she marked those. There was also a switch that was connected to an outlet where the entire entertainment system was plugged in, so, she marked that. She also marked the lighting for the stairs, which was mostly to remain on for safety, but tended to be turned off at the most inopportune times.
Finally, Mandy marked the fireplace switch so no one would turn on (and leave on) the fireplace, rather than the ceiling fan, ever again. These identification light switch labels made the home feel safer and made it easier for the kids to know exactly what switches should be on and off at any given time. Labeling is simply a system to create consistency, and the SwitchID labels were so easy, and so easy to understand, that the kids got it immediately.
Mandy is thankful for the simple things that make her life and job as a mom easier. Click here to try your new identification light switch labels today.