If your local building inspector approves, installing electrical outlets along the baseboard rather than higher up on the wall can give a home's interior an interesting retro/modern look. But cutting out openings in baseboard for metal work boxes is tedious work. To make the process easier and to achieve a flush cover plate to boot, a new company called Flushtek has come up with an electrical outlet router template for cutting out precisely-sized openings in baseboards, trim, and cabinetry. The Flushtek system is designed to utilize metal "Old Work" boxes with plaster ears and is compatible with Lutron's single-gang Claro series of devices. You can check out how the system works on Nebraska contractor Jason Mollak's Instagram page below.