+44 (0)1634 790 943 info@tidi-cable.com


      Our range of cable tidy solutions are tailored for the construction industry and make it easy to organise and manage cables by raising them from the floor and sticking, hanging or screwing them to walls or ceilings.

      Our Cable Tidy Solutions

      Our first product, Tidi-Strip® (patent pending) is a simple, easy way to solve the problem of trailing cables on building sites. The idea for this new product came back in 2011, when the founder of Tidi-Cable Ltd was working as a Site Manager and realised the huge danger to his employees. There were very few solutions available on the market. The rest is history!


      Responsible cable management solutions manufactured using only the highest quality materials

      Tidi-Cable products are manufactured using the highest quality product available on the market today.

      Should you have any questions about our products or where they are made, please contact us:

      Telephone: +44 1634 790943

      Language spoken: English (UK)

      Email: info@tidi-cable.com

      Monday – Friday, 9 – 5 GMT


      Sustainability for us means creating products today that won’t ruin the world of the future. It’s for this reason that we decided to use fully recyclable polypropylene to create our plastic products. This means that each and every one of our plastic products can be recycled in the future and used in other products.

      Tidi-Hooks® and Tidi-Hangers®

      Our plastic products are made from 100% recyclable polypropylene in our factory in Kent (UK) and have been subject to extensive testing. Each product was tested with a 5kg weight which held for 6 months without coming away from the testing surface.

      Tidi-Cable Ltd have been featured in a number of UK publications and have picked up two industry awards.
      • Think BIG! Awards (sponsored by Loughborough University) – June 2013
      • Best IP (intellectual property) for Tidi-Strip® – June 2013
      Media Coverage
      • The Guardian  – February 2015
      • Sunday Express – August 2014
      • Electrical Engineering Magazine – March 2014
      • Britsafe.org – February 2014
      • The CIOB Magazine – September 2013

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