When you purchase a gigantic LCD TV, it is also your responsibility to take care of it. Purchasing a TV wall mount can be the right thing you can consider to achieve this purpose. Having a TV mount has numerous benefits. First of all it gives your home theater a clean and nice look. Once you start using the mount you never will like to go back to traditional means of watching TV. A traditional wall mount helps you to save a lot of floor space. You don’t have to use any sort of floor mounts in order to place your television. The amount of space that you will be able to generate this way ensures an aesthetic style.
Get some measurements: Before going to the store, you need to make some measurements. Decide where you want to mount the TV and get the maximum length and width of the wall where you want to place them. The wall should be as spacious as possible to allow angular movements of the TV when it is already mounted. Getting the measurements can give you an idea on how big and sturdy your LCD tv wall mounting service should be.
Select a spot where people do not have to pass through frequently and where the TV is safe from being bumped into. Safety screws help in keeping the TV screen secure in the brackets to avoid any mishaps.
Tilt mounts are similar to the flat mount, except that they allow for more swivel (mostly up and down) to follow your line of sight and perhaps control the glare coming from the lighting in the room. The gap between the wall and the TV is a little over an inch father than the traditional flat mount to allow some tilting room.
Flat wall mount – The most basic and affordable wall mount available for flat screen LCD TVs. The flat wall mount is a good choice to put up the TV screen in living rooms with a simple seating arrangement in front of the TV set.
If you prefer to be able to move around the room and not sit on the same spot of the couch all the time, you may want to opt for a wall mount that allows the TV to be pulled away from the all and tilted and swiveled for almost unlimited positions. These are called articulating wall mounts.
They are also able to move in just about any direction. This is important is some rooms. For example if you have to place the TV above something that is quite high up. They might cost more but they do, like almost anything that is more expensive, offer more features and might last longer.
Again, this guide was meant to help in the preparation process of purchasing a mount, where to install it, and ways for a professional and sleek install. There are some risks involved and you may want to hire a professional to do the job.