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Make The Most Of Storage With A Sliding Shelf

Although the trend in recent days has been for homes to get bigger and bigger, as families seem to require more and more space, many homeowners find themselves still struggling to find adequate storage space, and to properly organize their existing storage spaces so as to make them useful.

Sliding Shelf

Americans may truly have been infected with a "stuff-itis" epidemic, and after all, you've got to have somewhere to put all of that "stuff!" Nothing will help to organize a home and its storage spaces like good, well thought out shelving. When properly planned, installed, and utilized, it can be a complete godsend to owners of both small and large spaces alike. One particularly useful invention is the sliding shelf.

How many times does it happen where a lesser used object gets pushed over time to the back of the shelf? This happens in laundry rooms, bathrooms, closets, and especially in the kitchen. Using a sliding shelf can help immensely when it comes time to find those little used items.

Instead of peering around in the dark, bent over, and shuffling things around, you simply pull the shelf out into the light where you can immediately locate and retrieve the object in question. Sliding shelves can be used everywhere, from kitchen shelves, keyboard shelves on a computer desk, a sliding TV shelf on an entertainment center (which is even more useful if it rotates), spice racks, laptop shelves, and so many other applications.

A possible downside to a sliding shelf is that they are slightly more tricky to install than a standard, stationary shelf would be. In order to slide, the shelf must be used with a track, and the tracks must be evenly fitted to the shelf, and hung level with each other on the walls, or cabinets, or other surfaces. Having the right hardware and supplies to do the job is very important. In some cases, sliding shelves will come pre-measured and pre-marked, which makes installing them correctly much easier. If they are not, and you are unsure how to proceed, it may be advisable to call a professional in order to make sure that the shelf will still operate properly once it is installed.

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Nedo Ma
Posted 1132 days ago
Nice article,