Flat-screen TV Lift With Swivel For Your Bedroom

Your Haven’s About to Get a Whole Lot More Enticing

Your bedroom should be a haven where you can escape and relax from the outside world. It should feel cozy and welcoming with few distractions so sleep comes thick and fast. But if you’re like most, your haven includes a TV, the exception to the rule. After all, is there a faster means to tune out the outside world?

If you don’t have the room to store a flat-screen in your armoire or the wall space to mount one (and even if you do), consider the flat-screen TV lift with swivel. It’s specifically designed to fit in those very low areas, making it ideally suited for the foot of your bed.

Since its swivel is only an inch and a half in height and eight and a half to 10 inches in diameter, this TV lift can raise and turn your flat-screen 360 degrees to your desired viewing position. So no matter where you are—in front of the closet, getting dressed in the morning, or fighting the urge to go quietly into the night in bed—you’ll be right where you need to be to catch all of the action.

If you’ve been on the hedge for a long time about adding a TV to your bedroom, afraid it’s going to clutter the space or, worse, keep you awake, this swivel lift can at least remedy the first part of your concerns. As for the second part, is there really anything else you’d rather be doing right now than buried in blankets and pillows, binge-watching “Fixer Upper?” Well, then, there you go.

To learn more about the swivel lift, contact Inca Corporation.

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TV Drop Down Ceiling Unit Systems

Cool As It Looks, a Ceiling Lift’s Plenty Functional, Too

There’s no question that a ceiling TV lift will enhance your living space in many ways. There’s the modern aesthetic that comes with a drop-down ceiling unit, which works as a tv fold downcompletely enclosed system that stores a flat-screen TV in the ceiling and lowers it with the touch of a button for convenient viewing.  And then there’s the slew of functional benefits.

You’ll gain valuable floor and wall space, for starters. Without a bulky entertainment center or TV, the room will grow to twice its size. Figuratively, of course. But you’ll actually have the room now to fit that cocoon chair and ottoman that was squeezed out by the TV. Much as you love your reality TV, it was probably never your intention to make that flat-screen the focal point of the room. But it’s hard to get around that—until now.

When it’s not in use, the TV will be stowed safe from the reach of frenetic kids and pets. You keep bracing for that inevitable moment their momentum finally carries them into the flat-screen, bringing everyone and –thing crashing down. With the ceiling lift, you could relax, even if they won’t.

And for an added benefit: Storing your TV in the ceiling’s a theft-deterrent. We’re not advertising it as such, but when a TV’s no longer within easy reach, or even visible, it makes sense to think that the incentive to break into your home diminishes by a lot. No one’s going to take the cocoon chair unless they’re willing to wrestle it through the doorway for an hour.


To learn more about our extensive line of ceiling mounted lifts, contact Inca Corporation.

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Convert Your Garage into the Ultimate Man Cave With the Help of a TV Lift

tv mount options for your garage

Who said the garage is no place for a TV? Not us, certainly.

Guys, do you crave your own space at home, but every room’s already been spoken for? (Read: your wife or the kids have laid claim to them.) There’s a space all of you have overlooked: the garage. Start parking in the driveway and, just like that, you’ve got, what, 100 square feet, maybe more, at your disposal.

And what would a man cave be without a flatscreen? Although wall space can be hard to come by out there, today’s automatic TV lifts will enable you to find the perfect location for your TV. With a bit of shifting around, take advantage of that new open corner by installing a flatscreen TV automatic corner post swivel. This heavy-duty machine is designed to suspend a full-size flatscreen from one edge. Use a remote from your couch to swivel your TV to your ideal viewing position and truly feel like a king.

If your garage has a ceiling, consider a ceiling mounted lift. Since flatscreens are so thin, they can usually be installed in the garage ceiling. Invite a couple of friends over (or don’t; it’s your your space) and floor them with the ceiling drop down and swivel unit. It’s a completely enclosed system, providing a safe means of storing a flatscreen above the ceiling, lowering it into the garage and then rotating it up to 360 degrees, so you can see it wherever you happen to be sitting or standing. Though, we’re guessing you’re not going to be doing a whole lot of standing out there.

Inca’s new Flip Down Lift, the most compact, fastest and efficient TV lift on the market, is also a sensible option. Really, we’re just getting started. For more, contact Inca Corporation.

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Don’t Let Your TV Steal the Spotlight

TV Horizontal Door Opening System

We’re all prone to becoming glued to our flatscreens, but that doesn’t mean they should be the focal point of the room when they’re not on. And thanks to TV lifts, there are plenty of creative ways to camouflage it, however massive it may be.

Motorized sliding doors will conceal your TV in an instant. With the horizontal door opening system, your TV can be tucked away behind a single track or double unit within a bookcase. Put two tracks together and open both doors with one controller. Store toys, board games and linens in there too so that when you’re not watching TV and safely stowed, your room’s restored to a more desirable area where your bookcase filled with beautiful coffee table books once again becomes the rightful center of attention.

Another way to hide your TV is with a panel lift. Why stare at a television not in use when your guests can admire a piece of your art collection? A panel lift will lift up any flat object, like an oil painting or a large-format black-and-white photograph, to display your TV when you want to watch it and then restore it when you’re done watching.

Similar to the panel lift is the rigid panel mover, designed to move panels, artwork or any flat object, such as a door or partition, in front of a flatscreen horizontally or vertically. Once again, your TV is concealed to display a more aesthetically pleasing design element. Not that your TV isn’t totally sleek. It’s just not that impressive when it isn’t turned on. And, really, you could do with a little time apart anyway.

For guidance on how to blend your TV into your room’s décor, contact Inca Corporation.

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A Outdoor Deck TV Is The Perfect Camouflage

Make This Your Finest Summer of Loafing Yet.

With spring on the horizon, thoughts turn to frolicking outside. Or, at least, lounging on the deck.

In the warmer months, the distinction between indoor and outdoor living becomes blurred. In fact, the only reasons many of us retreat inside at all are to sleep, shower and watch TV. We can ease that last burden. How does a TV wall mount for the deck sound? As long as it’s covered by a roof, there’s nothing standing between you and your finest summer of loafing yet.

Adding a wall mount flat screen TV to your deck is almost as good as adding another actual room to your home.

Think about it: parties, showers, casual gatherings, there’s nothing anchoring them inside anymore. You know how those cookouts always tended to drift inside? Two by two, your guests started disappearing on you until you realized they’re huddled around the TV, watching the last inning or breaking news. That deck TV keeps them planted where they are. (Sad that it requires such bribery, but this is the day in which we live.)

Then there are those times when you’re sneaking back inside yourself to check scores or, really, just to avoid mowing the lawn. An LCD TV wall mount keeps you out view of your better half and on the down-low. We can’t, however, furnish you with a believable excuse, too, when it becomes obvious what you’ve been doing outside all that time.

So, when the chores have piled up to the point of giving in, we can, at least, make them a bit more bearable. Alexa, play a classic-rock mix. When everyone else has abandoned you, your wall mount television is still there to while away the hours with you.

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A TV Lift Works Everywhere, But 3 Rooms In Particular Are Screaming For It

Where Do You Need a TV Lift the Most?

A TV lift is a great addition to any room, but especially the rooms that see the most traffic. Not only are they huge space-savers, but they also add functionality and flexibility wherever they’re installed. The question then becomes, where should I install a flat panel ceiling liftTV lift? These are a couple of our favorite spots.

The Family Room

Which TV in your house sees the most screen time? We’re guessing it’s the one in the family room, which makes it a logical fit for your first flat screen TV lift. Pop-up TV lifts are a popular choice in this space because they provide premium viewing from just about anywhere without cramping the room with any more intrusive equipment. The TV’s plenty, thank you.

The Bedroom

A close runner-up to the family room is the master bedroom. Need some alone time? A hidden lift is exactly what you need. Lock the door and turn the volume up loud enough that you can’t hear the kids’ shouts, but you can still hear the smoke detector. A remote control TV lift makes everyone and everything outside of that room, outside of your bed, fade away, if only temporarily.

The Game Room

If you’re the proud owner of a game room, you likely already know that it’s screaming for a lift system. You designed this room in the first place to be the social center of your home, and these days, most of our interaction occurs around the TV. A motorized flip down TV lift means your flatscreen’s there when you want it and not when you don’t. If only you could say the same of that massive foosball table that seemed like such a brilliant idea until it was installed.



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The Wall-Mounted TV Gets A Serious Upgrade

This isn’t Your Father’s Wall-Mounted Flatscreen

It was the wall-mounting in the early days of flatscreens that was most responsible for launching the discussion on how not to display our TVs. We can’t be sure, but it had to be ceiling liftthat, mostly because that conversation wasn’t really a thing until then.

The flatscreens, back then, were still fairly bulky, which made it difficult to blend them in in any kind of meaningful way. Not that most of us were trying all that hard, what with the cluster of cords hanging from the bottom of the TV and running down the wall to the socket a few feet below. In our defense, this was the first time most of us owned a TV over 30 inches. Of course it should stick out. That’s the whole point.

Even now, years later, the flatscreen significantly streamlined, the cords almost entirely gone, there’s still a bit of a bad taste. But, just as the technology’s improved, so, too, have the TV wall mounts. For starters, there’s not a cord anywhere in sight across our entire line. There’s also, even more critically, not a bad view.

Whether we’re talking the Wall-Mounted Corner Post Swivel, the Sideslider Pullout or the Glider System, there’s more flexibility in where you can install your LCD wall mount than there ever was before, because every setup is designed to provide an optimal view wherever you are in the room. Tuck it into a corner or alongside a bookshelf. In the Sideslider Pullout, the TV wall arm mount is a sturdy, linear slider that has the capacity to hold up to (and hide) a 47-inch flatscreen. A simple touchscreen command moves it into viewing position.

For you old-schoolers, there’s the Wall-Mounted Tilting Module, a more straightforward upgrade on the old hang-it-with-no-shame approach. This version tilts the flatscreen up to 30 degrees forward on command. Even you have to admit your neck was getting stiff. And the glare was doing no one any favors.



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TV Lifts Designed To Mask The Obvious

Preserving the Discretion of Our Technology

Ambiguous as design may be, we know the look of sophistication when we see it. An Eames for Herman Miller rocker. A futuristic Bodiam chandelier. A Liam Everett painting.

Savvy design in technology, especially the kind reserved for the home, is measured by its tv fold downlevel of discretion. In other words, the less we see of it, the more impressed we are—which can be a tall challenge for a 55-inch flatscreen. But not an impossible one. Allow us to introduce you to a couple of options that’ll maintain that minimalist aesthetic.

The Vertical Step-Back and Rise-Door-Opening Module is designed to hide your TV no matter how spare your décor.

It’s a fully automated system in which a door in the wall, sized to your specifications, retracts then ascends behind the wall, exposing your TV, slightly recessed, where only a moment earlier there was a clear expanse of wall.

The Rigid Panel Mover, similarly, is crafted to hide the TV behind a panel or a flat piece of art. When initiated by touchscreen-command, the flat-panel TV lift slides the camouflaging object horizontally or vertically to expose a flatscreen embedded in the wall.

For perhaps the most dramatic reveal of them all, the fold-down ceiling flatscreen TV unit holds the TV in a surprisingly shallow enclosure in the ceiling (a mere six inches, on average), from which the TV promptly lowers, by touchscreen command, for viewing. From there, swiveling and extension options are available.

Once, our rooms were defined by the furniture they contained. Today, they’re marked by the lack of their contents. The appearance of it, at least.


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Streamlining Your Living Space Begins And Ends With Your Flatscreen

A TV Lift = Modern Living

The modern aesthetic is minimalism underlined by neutral colors, clean lines and sleek surfaces. In other words, sprawling, intrusive flatscreens are out and hidden TV lifts are in.

Less is more here. A couple of key pieces, like an original abstract painting and a midcentury sideboard in impeccable condition, make much louder statements than a room hiddent tv liftsfull of heirlooms, or, worse, clutter. Thing is, though, that statement, no matter how emphatic, gets scrambled when a flatscreen’s introduced to the equation. No one’s expecting you to live like a monk in the name of sharp design, so consider employing a pop-up TV lift, where the flatscreen’s as good as gone when it’s not in use. And when you want it, it’s restored to prime viewing position by way of a no-fuss remote control mechanism.

The flip-down TV lift is another ideal candidate. When the flatscreen’s not in use, the ultra-silent TV lift restores the TV to the wall or the ceiling, leaving in its wake only unblemished surfaces.

We all watch TV. There’s no getting around that. Our flatscreens are as integral to our lifestyles as our refrigerators. But, interior design seems to be going the way of technology; the more it becomes a part of our lives, the more seamlessly the latest generations are fitting within it. When we can gain access to almost anything and control much of our immediate worlds through our smartphones alone, a massive TV framed by a built-in entertainment center begins to feel very antiquated.

To learn more about streamlining your living space, contact Inca Corporation.

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Why Are TVs Always Missing From Home-Makeover Shows

The TV Lift: The Perfect Compromise Between Inspiration and Reality

When you’re redesigning your living space, the flatscreen rarely figures prominently, if at all, in the consideration. In fact, how often do you see one crop up on HGTV? We’re “Fixer Upper” junkies, so we can safely say that there hasn’t been a single one in nearly three hiddent tv liftsseasons of renovations. As envious as we are of Joanna and Chip’s makeovers, it’s as though we’re supposed to ignore reality. Which is, the moment the hosts, the producers and their crew exit, the couple’s going to turn to each other and discuss where to install the TVs.

TV is a central part of our lifestyles. It’s nothing to be ashamed about. And yet, almost every indication from the shows and spreads we turn to for inspiration is hinting that we should be. A large part of that, it’s easy to understand: the flatscreen, for all of its beautiful minimalism, is rarely discreet. Install one in a space, any space, and it’s always going to steal some to most of the attention.

But, it is possible to have your Dwell-worthy living room and your binge-watching, too. A TV floor lift is an extension of your modern aesthetic—clean lines, minimal intrusion. And it, like its counterpart from above, the fold-down ceiling flatscreen TV unit, strikes the perfect compromise between our inspiration and our reality: A TV that’s there when you want it and not when you don’t. And, really, isn’t that the height of modern living?

Technology has enabled us to do more with less. We, in turn, are striving to mirror that in our lifestyles—even though we haven’t necessarily cut back on our accumulation. A TV lift, at least, you can minimize like any other app on your screen. Now that’s inspiring.


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