I just stumbled upon this website. First, I must say it looks great. Well done. And I had to post this for you all.
I was staying in a hotel a little while ago, in Tennessee. I had some last minute work to do and had to plug in my laptop. There was not one outlet. So, I figured I could do without one of the side lamps by the bed, but the lamp cords ran behind the headboard ??? .. Well, I knew they just hung on the wall with a cleat, so I lifted it off the darn wall - just to plug in my laptop. Here's what I found:
And here is a closer look. Yes, masking tape, wire nuts, but HEY .. they were thoughtful enough to separate the conductors that ran OVER the cleat so when they got pinched, they didn't spark too badly.
A Ramada, eh? It's not like they're cheap hotels. I wonder who's decision it was to cut corners and how this person decided to cut corners on the electrical work. How freakin' hard would it have been to cut in one old work box and install (1) quad receptacle location? I mean there's really no excuse for this...
My money says this is the work of the maintenance "engineers", and yes, they do call them engineers for some reason only known to god. As a soon-to-be-former maintenance tech. myself, I can say with absolute certainty that most of these folks only know just enough to be dangerous.