Simple Invention Makes It Easy To Hang Wired Picture Frames

Hangeroo® The Picture Hanging Guide - Made In USA, Eco-Friendly, Socially Responsible

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Nov. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Many people experience guesswork and frustration when hanging wired picture frames, especially large ones, onto conventional metal picture hooks. If not done correctly, it can lead to damaged walls and art, and even personal injury. The problems stem from not being able to see the hook from behind the picture frame, which makes it difficult to place the wire into the elbow of the hook and center the frame horizontally to the hook.

Hangeroo® The Picture Hanging Guide solves these problems by effectively extending the hook past the top edge of the picture frame. It helps to quickly and precisely guide the wire into the elbow of the hook and makes it easy to center the frame horizontally to the hook so it stays level.

Rus Wadia, Hangeroo's inventor, uses a football analogy to explain why this patented invention is unique: "All other picture hanging tools bring the ball up to the one-yard line. Only Hangeroo carries it into the end-zone without fumbling!" Watch Hangeroo in action on YouTube.

Hangeroo kits are manufactured in the USA and sold by Helping Hands Innovations (HHI), a family-owned philanthropic entrepreneurship. Its business philosophy is "Do Well By Doing Good" – to benefit the larger community as well as meet customers' needs with a high-quality, affordable product that makes their lives easier.

"We are a purposeful company," says Rus, co-owner of HHI. "Our three commitments – Made in USA, Eco-Friendly, Socially Responsible – are woven into our corporate DNA."

The kits are assembled by InReach, a non-profit organization located in Charlotte, NC that supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities like autism and Down syndrome. In addition to paying for the assembly, HHI donates to InReach $1 for each kit sold. The company's vision is to partner with more non-profits as it grows.

Each Hangeroo kit contains six guides, which come in three different diameters and two different lengths. They fit most 10lb-50lb rated conventional metal picture hooks and work with wired picture frames of up to 48" (4 feet) in height.

This simple tool is easy to use and does not require any assembly. It is durable, reusable and renewable, which makes it eco-friendly and an excellent value for customers.

Hangeroo can help DIY'ers and Pro's alike who hang wired picture frames at home or on the job. It facilitates the intial placement and rotation of wall art in the home and workplace. It makes a unique and useful gift, especially for new homeowners and renters.

Currently, Hangeroo kits are available nationwide on for $10.95 and at a handful of Charlotte, NC stores. Rus hopes Hangeroo will be available in the near future at hardware stores like ACE Hardware, Home Depot and Lowe's; arts and crafts stores like Michaels, Hobby Lobby and A.C. Moore; and professional framing and art galleries throughout the U.S.

However, Hangeroo won't be seen on ABC's Shark Tank anytime soon. "The sharks likely would take a big bite out of our mission," says Rus with a smile.

Learn more about Hangeroo, the company and its endeavors at

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Media Contact: Rus Wadia, Helping Hands Innovations, LLC, 704-258-3538,

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