Wiring Supplies

Browse through a full selection of wiring supplies at HomElectrical. We have items ranging from electrical tape to wire connectors, all at competitive prices.
Keep your cables organized using cable management tools, such as cable and wire organizers, magnetic cable mounts and hooks, cable ties, and cable reel, wire spool, and wire dispensing options.
Shop for wire lugs to create terminal ends or connect connections to suit your needs during your next electrical project.
Connect wires with HomElectrical’s selection of push-in wire or lever connectors to suit your needs during your next electrical project.

Wire Connector

For electrical projects, use wire connectors to secure and insulate connections between two wires.

Strain Relief Cord Grip

Shop HomElectrical’s vast selection of cord grip options, including strain relief cord grips, safety springs, bus drop safety grips, and pulling grips.

Electrical Wire Tubing & Sleeve

Wire tubing and sleeves allow you to protect your wires as they run through various environments. HomElectrical offers many types of wire tubing, including heavy wall, dual wall, and thin wall heat shrink tubing and split wire loom and spiral wrap tubing.

Cable & Wire Pulling

Find quality cable and wire pulling tools, including cable pullers, wire pulling guides, pulling tools, replacement pull line, and much more to assist with cable and wire pulling.

Electrical Wire & Labels

For electrical projects use electrical wire and labels to keep wiring organized in residential, commercial, or industrial settings.

Splice Kit

When joining electrical fibers purchase a splice kit from HomElectrical to help you during your electrical projects.

Electrical Tape

Insulate electrical material and conduct electricity with HomElectrical’s selection of electrical tape available in different colors and even liquid form.

Terminal Block

Find a variety of terminal blocks, including 2-, 3-, 4- , or 5-pole options.

Fixture Electrical Whips

Browse through a diverse collection of durable AC Whips, Fixture Whips, and Plenum Cable available at HomElectrical.com!
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Do I Need Wiring Supplies?

Wires and wiring supplies are needed in order to finish many kinds of jobs. Any place that has lights or other electronics has lots of wiring. People may use wiring to:

  • Replace old thermostats
  • Build a robot
  • Repair parts of an HVAC system
  • Install speakers
  • Set up alarm systems (break in, fire, flood, etc.)
  • Make custom computers
So, whether you're going to repair an air conditioner, build a drone, or create a home movie theater, you will need wiring supplies.

What are Wiring Labels?

Wiring labels are used to keep track of every wire and where they belong. This helps make finding the needed wire simple and prevents cutting, stripping, or connecting the wrong wires by mistake.

What are Electrical Wires Used For?

They are very often used to replace old wiring that needs to be updated or to install new electronics and digital systems (routers, security cameras, smart home networks, etc.).

What are AV Connectors?

Audio / Video connectors carry sound and picture signals. Depending on the connectors and wiring used, these signals can be either analog or digital. AV connectors are often used for installing speaker and video systems within places likes homes, arenas and stadiums, apartment buildings, offices, subway systems, or theaters.

What are Terminal Blocks?

Terminal blocks are connectors that allow more than one circuit to connect to one another. This is a screw-type electrical connector which means that the wires are secured with a screw.

What is a Cable Tie Used For?

This item, also called a "zip" tie, is a fastener used for holding electric cables or wires together. They are often made of either nylon or stainless steel. These ties can help you keep your cables organized so that they won't get stepped on by people (which can wear them down or break them over time) or tripping someone (which may mean they hurt themselves in your home, office, or warehouse).

What is Electrical Tape?

Electrical tape (also called "insulating tape") is often made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride). It is used to insulate wires or insulate other materials that are able to conduct electricity. Because electrical tape is used on wires that can be twisted and coiled in lots of different ways, it's formulated to be able to stretch and move without losing its grip. It's also constructed to be able to resist drying out and catching fire. Sparks can be present depending upon the kind of wiring the tape is used on and under which conditions. Because many kinds of electrical tape have been UL (Underwriters Laboratories) Listed. A UL Listing certifies that the tape has been through a quality assurance process to be certain that the tape can perform in various elements, such as chilly temperatures or rainy areas, and meets rigorous quality standards such as strong adhesion and fire resistance.

What is a Wire Lug?

They are electrical connectors that have wire crimp connections and bolted stud hole connections for use in electrical power or grounding applications. This might include connecting a wire to an appliance or to different cable.

What are Push-In/Lever Connectors?

Push-in/lever connectors allow for multiple port connections to secure wiring. The "push-in" and "lever" portions of the name refer to how the wires are secured. You push them into a compartment and a lever presses down on them and secures them in place.

What are Wire Nut Connectors?

Wire nut connectors are used to fasten two or more low-voltage electrical conductors.

What's the Difference Between an Ethernet Cable and a Telephone Cable?

Ethernet Cables vs Telephone Cables

Major differences between Ethernet cables and telephone cables.
Quality Ethernet Telephone
Primary Uses Connects computers to each other or an ISP. Used for landline phone calls, DSL, and fax machines.
Appearance Various colors. Generally gray.
Size / Wires Is thicker and has 8 wires. Is thinner and has only 4 wires.
Other Names Sometimes referred to as "RJ45" or "Cat5." Sometimes referred to as "RJ11."
Speed Has more bandwidth and sends and receives data at higher speeds. Has less bandwidth and sends and receives data at slower speeds.
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