Why Wall Mount a TV

Why Wall Mount a TV

Most home owners look forward to watching a show or two as soon as they get home after purchasing a new TV. Unfortunately, it is often the case that the plan does not push through. In many cases, this is due to the failure to plan in advance how their new television should be placed. Should it be mounted on a wall, or should it be placed in a cabinet or on a stand?

Mounting your TV on the wall is by far the best option, as this sets the screen higher, thus providing you and your guests a clearer view of the show. This arrangement also looks cleaner. Mounting does not require a lot of space compared to placing the unit on a table or cabinet. Wires are also easier to hide this way.

The advantages of wall-mounting do not end there, though. Highlighted below are other reasons to choose this type of placement for your new unit.

1. LOOKS SLEEK
What makes this particular placement option sleek is the fact that all the unit’s wires and cables will be made to run inside the wall by a qualified electrician. Once this has been done, you can expect the unit to double as a wall décor or painting. Just create a photo slideshow to play on the unit when no one is watching a show.

2. LESS PRONE TO DAMAGE
When you wall mount your TV, the unit cannot easily be knocked down by people walking in front of it, by pets passing it, and even by earthquakes.

3. FLAT-SCREEN TVs ARE MEANT TO MOUNTED
Flat-screen televisions are so thin that it seems they are designed to be mounted on the wall. Fortunately, their design allows them to be mounted to the wall by the use of bolts and nuts. The thing is that there is no single way to mount this type of TV, so in case you experience difficulties in doing this endeavour, contact an expert for assistance right away.

Mounting a television may require some degree of handiwork like driving screws and hammering nails. For this reason, it is important that you carefully choose a good spot for the unit. Surely you don’t want to deal with the hassles of covering up holes, scratches, and other signs that something was removed from a wall, do you?

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