One of the benefits of a flat screen television is the lighter weight and thinner depth that help you to save more space.
It is not only the display that gives you advantage. From the ability, now you can try to mount the slimmer TV directly hang on a wall in your house.
While the flat TVs come with specific place that allow them to be on a TV stand while the wall mounting a TV can give you more space.
Wall mount appears to improve the aesthetics value of a room. There are some a few types of wall mounts. So here are some tips for you before buying the TV mount.
How to Choose the Right Mount?
– First determine what kind of space movement do you want your TV to have? Or do you want to have fixed position of the mount.
– Second, make sure that your mount has been measured as big as the TV. Consider the weight and the size from the TV.
– You have to know some restrictions related the weight of the TV. It is because the TV is very heavy. Or there is a worse condition where the machine is broken technically.
You should know that most mount TVs has the standards compatibility set from the Video Electronics Standards Association or VESA. This VESA has a mounting pattern that says that a set of four screw – holes will be arrange in a rectangle at the back of the TV.
That standard will ensure that all VESA – compatible mounts and TVs are totally interchangeable.
Fixed or Motion Mount?
It is up to you to choose either fixed or moveable mount. It is all depend on your personal preferences, intended audience of the TV and room layout. Every type of mount has its own pros and cons.
There are several types of wall mount TV stand such as fixed TV mounts, tilting the TV mounts, full – motion, articulating TV mounts.
How to have it installed?
You can ask for a help from 2 relatively handy adults. The most important is to read all safety warnings. And do not forget to follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not get wrong for the type of screws or even the bolts to use before installing the TV.
You can have anchor the TV to studs in the wall or if you are unsure, you can consult to professional installer. Ask for help rather than doing by yourself and get wrong.