An easy and stylish way to save space, wall mounting your television offers a minimalist and sleek look to the room it’s featured in, and can offer a more comfortable way for you to enjoy your TV – without the neck ache of it being at the wrong height – so you can sit back and relax and enjoy whatever you’re watching or playing, comfortably.
While TV wall mounting may look great once it’s done, getting it set up and attached to the wall isn’t an easy process, and involves quite a bit of effort, tools and knowledge to achieve the best results. Many new TVs come with a basic mount included in the box, but you don’t have to settle for this one – you can purchase a wall mount separately, to ensure that you have the option to watch the TV in exactly the way that you would like.
There are many different types of wall mounts available, including:
This usually comes as standard with most TVs, and allows the TV to sit close to the wall that it’s mounted on, with clips attaching the TV to the main mount, making it the most secure option. Once in place, the TV will remain in this position, and can’t be angled in any other way.
If you have lots of different viewing positions in the same room – such as people sitting on different sofas or on the floor – then this mount may be more suitable than the flat mount, as it allows you to tilt and/or swivel the TV to adjust the viewing angle and get it to the best position for you to enjoy. However, it’s worth bearing in mind that this level of movement is better suited to smaller TVs, as they weigh less.
Saving the best and most expensive until last, this is the most sophisticated option, allowing the TV to be angled in many different ways. Great for larger rooms, offices and conference rooms, where people may be spread out, it gives lots of options on positioning and angles.
If you would like to know more about which TV wall mount would work best in your room, please get in touch. We have many years of experience mounting televisions to all types of walls, and will be happy to help. If you would like to find out more about the different types of brackets available, please check out our shop.
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