Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
Locally owned and operated Shelves that Slide has announced the release of its rotational, pull-out, 225 lb. capacity television shelf – just in time for football season.
Televisions up to 46” can now be tucked away in dressers, wall units, and cabinets. Then, when they’re ready for use, TVs can be pulled out and turned to face any area of the room. There’s no longer any need to crane your neck to face the TV – simply rotate the TV swivel/slide out until it’s at the perfect angle, then relax and enjoy your favorite show.
Turn the TV toward the kitchen and cook while watching the food channel; face the TV toward the patio so you can check the score while barbequing. You won’t believe how often you’ll appreciate your fully rotational, sliding TV shelf.
While a TV’s massive screen is great while you’re enjoying a show or watching the game, colossal televisions tend to dominate the room. Instead of allowing the TV to overpower the home’s décor, use your pull-out shelf to tuck it away in your home entertainment center. When the television isn’t in use, it’s out of sight, out of mind.
Shelves that Slide also sells products to organize the kitchen, bathroom, garage and office. Made famous for providing high quality pull out shelves, Shells that Slide grew to build first rate Lazy Susans, TV shelves, drawer organizers, blind corner storage systems, and custom trays.
The full line of products offered by Shelves that Slide can be found at http://www.shelvesthatslide.com. For information on how to contact Shelves that Slide please visit http://www.shelvesthatslide.com/about.htm.
About Shelves that Slide:
Shelves that Slide has made lives easier by making custom pullout kitchen shelving for almost 20 years. Shelves that Slide, the #1 provider of pull out shelves in the Southwest, is dedicated to making life easier for all who invest in their first class products. The full line of products offered by Shelves that Slide can be found at http://www.shelvesthatslide.com. For contact information, please visit http://www.shelvesthatslide.com/about.htm.