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As recent as a few decades ago, televisions were big and bulky and often held a premiere spot in the living room where the entire family would gather around to watch their favorite shows on a handful of channels.
There are lots of reasons to wall-mount a television – it saves space, looks great, and can provide better viewing angles and location compared to a simple TV stand. But once you’ve made the decision to mount a TV, there is still the logistical challenge of safely getting it up onto the wall.
As you’re probably well aware of by now, TVs above the fireplace are pretty darn great. They provide you with the best of both worlds - watching all your favorite shows and movies while you simultaneously watch and enjoy a warm, crackling fire.
Today's flat screen TVs are amazingly sophisticated, technological marvels. They offer stunning, life-like graphics and theater-quality sound at the touch of a button (or voice command). Surprisingly, these spectacular entertainment hubs come in a variety of sizes and price ranges to fit every budget.
There are plenty of great reasons to mount your TV – from the sleek look, to saving space, to improving your overall TV viewing experience. We’ve got comprehensive guides on choosing just which TV wall mount type is best for you, as well as why our veteran TV mounting technicians are best for the job.
Thinking about mounting your TV? Whether you’ve just gotten a brand new TV or you’ve had yours for years, your flat screen was meant to be mounted, and there’s no time like the present to get started.
There aren’t many things more exciting than unpackaging that fresh new flat screen out of the box—except when you realize that you have the responsibility of hanging it up on the wall. Although having a flat screen hung on the wall is a great space saver and looks much sleeker than those boxy and outdated TV stands and cabinets, they can be tricky to hang up correctly.
There might be several ways to get that shiny new 4K TV or HDTV up on your wall on your own – but if you want to be absolutely sure that the job is done to your satisfaction, you’ll definitely want to call a professional TV mounting company.
Installing a TV on your own isn’t always as complex as it seems. That being said, there are many things that can go wrong, leaving your wall in shambles, or perhaps worse, your costly TV shattered on the ground.
As experts in the TV mounting field, folks often come to us with questions – and we’re always happy to answer them. By far, one of the most common questions we get is, “What kind of TV mount should I buy?”
Whether or not you’ve been following the latest developments when it comes to Samsung smart TVs, you may have heard of Samsung’s latest creation, The Wall, which they’ve announced they’ll be scaling down to a mere 75” come 2019 for home viewers.
For those of you old enough to have enjoyed Disney’s 101 Dalmatians, you may remember the classic image of little Lucky sitting with his nose practically glued to the TV screen. Unfortunately, it turns out, this means that Lucky wasn’t viewing his favorite shows in optimal angular resolution (in addition to his natural inability to access the full color spectrum).
Not only does mounting your TV on the wall save space, it also looks great – a wall-mounted TV lends a sleek and minimalistic look to your space that complements any room’s décor.
Have you been thinking about mounting your TV on the wall, but put it off because you weren't really sure what was involved? Even though you know that mounting your TV will save some space, look better, and provide a more comfortable viewing experience, you may be hesitant to tackle this project.
We get asked this question a lot – usually by people concerned about viewing angles and getting the optimal picture out of their television. Unless your screen is picking up some pretty intense glare, though, we recommend that when deciding how high to mount a TV, you take comfort into account first.