FAQs when Installing TV Wall Mount
It doesn’t matter if you have moved in to a new house, purchased a new television or just like to optimize your living space, it is without a doubt a good idea to mount your TV. On the other hand, it can be a little bit overwhelming on your end after doing a research over the internet and found tons of available information for TV brackets and wall mounts.
So the question that many homeowners are asking is, how you can find out which wall mount is perfect for your TV? In the next paragraphs, you’re about to learn the questions that are often asked by curious individuals like you.
Question number 1. How big is the TV – this is an important question because you need to buy TV bracket that’s durable in holding your TV firmly. Keep in mind that every wall mount has a weight limitation so you must see to it that the TV doesn’t exceed the limit of the bracket.
It is highly recommended that you buy yourself a heavy duty wall mount in the event that your TV isn’t like the average size.
Question number 2. What’s the wall made of – these days, residential homes in Australia are using either plasterboard or gyprock for their wall materials. The great thing about this is that, installing the wall mount to this material is pretty straightforward because this comes with the hardware needed to fix the wall. Say for example that you have a brick, stone or timber walls, then it is possible that before you proceed with the installation, you must get compatible materials with it.
Question number 3. Will it be installed on a ceiling, corner or straight wall – there are different types of TV brackets, there are the standard types, the ones that can be installed from the corner and the one that you can install from the ceiling. Now, it just depends on where you wish to put your TV on which option to buy. So take this into account before ordering a wall mount for installation.
Question number 4. Do you want your television swiveling or rotating – there are so many wall mount options which are flexible today. Some brackets let you as well to swivel and rotate the TV horizontally as well as vertically. With this, the viewing angles from where you want to watch your TV won’t be a problem. However, if you could hang the TV at just the right height, there’s no reason to fiddle with ports at the back of the TV and you don’t have to constantly change the angle, you may go well with a fixed wall mount.
Prior to buying any wall mount for your television, see to it that you have answered and understood these questions.