Get hidden wires with no drywall work. Wireshark makes it easy!

3 Simple Steps

Create a Channel

Easily remove baseboard trim and use the Wireshark channel tool to create a channel on the back side.

Run Wire in Conduit

Place the Wireshark channel conduit firmly inside of the channel and run the wire through it.

Reattach Trim

Reattach the trim to the wall and make any touchups with paint to finish your project with professional results.

Run wire 10 times easier than before

The Wireshark system simplifies wiring projects enabling you to run wires without having to go behind the drywall.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Wireshark is safer than traditional approaches for DIYers for 2 reasons. First, it avoids damaging existing wire or pipes hidden behind the drywall. Second, the specialized conduit is reinforced with steel to protect the wires running inside from nails or screws that may be driven into the wall at a later time.

Yes. Wireshark complies with NEC electrical codes. The specialized conduit is designed specifically to meet coding standards and ensure a safe installation of electrical wires.

Yes. The specialized conduit is designed to support high voltage electrical wires. To comply with code, high voltage wires should not be placed in the same channel and conduit as low voltage wires.

If you need to run both low and high voltage wires, we recommend using a separate channel for each.

Yes. Wireshark makes it trivial to add a low voltage junction box at either end of the wire run without any specialized equipment.

To remove wire, you simply need to pull the wires out from either end of the run. The Wireshark conduit can remain intact without needing removal.

You can try. But Wireshark is a specialized system that makes creating straight, perfect-fit channels easy, and comes with our unique conduit that gives error-free, up-to-code results. It will cost you more to do it yourself with less than perfect results.

We have successfully completed a number of projects using Wireshark. We are currently improving the product before making it available to the general public.

Reach out to us at if you're interested in trying it out sooner. We have a program where we can send prototypes in order to get valuable feedback.

Yes. A provisional patent has been filed with the United States Patent Office for Wireshark.