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You finally got that new TV you’ve been wanting for your home or office! Congratulations! However, a TV is only as good as its positioning in a room. That’s where we can help with our wide range of TV mounting solutions. Let’s review the different types of TV mounts and brackets so you can make the right purchase for YOU.
When first evaluating a TV mount, it's important to identify exactly which room this TV will be placed in as well as the optimal angle or side of the room you plan on mounting. Extra care should be taken for mounting TVs on walls, as the weight requires drilling into the studs of a wall to ensure proper durability and safety. Although installation is easy, proper tv mount planning will ensure the TV stays ON THE WALL via wooden wall studs rather than ON THE FLOOR.
There may be some confusion on whether you need a TV wall mount or TV bracket when, in fact, the two terms overlap. TV brackets are a common type of TV mount where the actual bracket is attached to the wall. A TV mount can be any type of mount (such as a wall plate vs bracketed attachment) that attaches it to a wall, for example a tv arm wall mount. Having split TV wall brackets built-in can make it easier to mount a TV in a corner of a room or flat-screen tv low profile mounting.
Fixed TV wall mounts are a perfect solution to home environments or other spaces that do not demand a lot of flexibility. However, we recommend having some type of adjustability built in to your mounted TV to compensate for glare in rooms at different times of the day or different times of the year. Having adjustability allows you to move the flat screen TV to your ideal viewing angle as well.
A tilting wall mount gives you the ability to have a limited tilt angle to help with viewing angle and reduce glare; however, this is a far more limited range of motion than articulating, swivel, and full motion TV wall mounts. Regardless, a tilting mount still gives you an ideal viewing angle whenever you watch TV.
For the maximum flexibility in viewing angles and dynamic presentation, we recommend a full motion wall mount over a fixed mount, such as a swivel wall mount, articulating mount, or full-motion tv wall mount. These full motion mount options will give your screen the freedom to tilt or swivel the viewing angle of the flat screen display as needed, making them the perfect option for offices or other conditions requiring adaptability (i.e. reduce glare). We even have height-adjustable TV mounts to ensure you can easily find the perfect solution to mount your TV in even the most unique spaces.
The TV mounts for sale from Mount-It! all have universal mounting brackets specifically designed to fit most types of televisions currently available in the marketplace. This helps eliminate some of the guesswork involved when choosing a TV mounting bracket regardless of the make, model, screen size or type of television including LCD TV, Plasma TV, or even LED displays.
Please be sure to consult the product’s instruction manual before attempting to install your TV mount. Specific detailed instructions are provided for wood stud wall mounting & solid brick and concrete wall mounting. It is necessary to closely follow these directions when mounting a TV to avoid personal injury and/or improper installation (which can jeopardize your tv or injuring someone). Installation may require use of drill bit and power drill to attach TV mounting brackets.
Trying to mount a TV but not sure where to start? No problem! Our team of mounting experts can help guide you to the best TV mount for your display screen size and space. We will help you evaluate your TV mounting needs and make recommendations for the specific type of mount that we think would work best for you! Soon, you'll be on your way to mounting your tv and transforming your space.
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