Shelves That Slide Now Features Tip-Out Shelves

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Locally owned and operated company Shelves That Slide now features tip-out shelves, providing families statewide with the opportunity to use more space.

Pull-out shelf manufacturer Shelves That Slide now has an answer to the recent economic crisis: using more space in a revolutionary way. The company's tip-out shelves are the perfect solution for individuals looking for ways to maximize their kitchen space, particularly for small odds and ends that don't really have a specific place. Tip-out shelves are a great way to keep clutter out of your kitchen and keep your sponges, spatulas, or other frequently used small items within easy reach.

The possibilities are endless when it comes to tip-out shelves, particularly since they make use of a space in your kitchen that typically goes unnoticed. These types of shelves are placed in the shelf-cutout spot typically found directly below many kitchen sinks; they don't allow enough space for a pull-out shelf to be installed, but a tip-out shelf is a simple and efficient way to use extra space. What's more, many modern bathrooms come with this shelf-cutout space below the bathroom sink, meaning that you now have places to store miscellaneous bathroom items without having to worry about a messy counter.

During the recent economic downturn, Shelves that Slide has benefited as a company that provides a cost-effective way to transform your kitchen on a budget. The pull-out shelves and other organizational options they offer can increase storage space while making items easier to locate and access. Home improvements such as these can also help increase the resale value of a house or condo, making Shelves that Slide a worthy investment.

In addition to pull-out sliding shelves, Shelves that Slide also sells Lazy Susans, drawer organizers, blind corner storage systems, and custom fitted tip-out trays.

The full line of products offered by Shelves that Slide can be found at For contact information, please visit


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