How to Wall Mount a HDTV: Wall Mount Guide
After the long waiting period to get that HDTV of yours, after buying it and taking it home, all you wanted to do is take it off it’s box and plug it in right away. The ultimate experience doesn’t start with the TV itself, you need to make sure that you properly set up a TV wall mount to give your brand new television a theater effect. Mounting a TV using a HDTV wall mount guide can give that X factor that will make all the set up worth it. Today, we will show you the following tips to how to wall mount a HDTV.
How to Wall Mount a HDTV – Wall Mount Guide
- Somethings worth doing is worth doing perfectly, this is the case with HDTV wall mount. Professional will have everything within 2 hours max, but a non-experience can take half a day. Not to mention the safety of your TV and damages to your wall.
- When mounting your HDTV onto your wall, it can be very difficult, always ask for some help.
- Key to any successful task is the correct set of tools. Basic tools should do including a measuring tape, screw driver, hammer, drill and stud finder.
- Take a good look at your home insurance, it is a good idea when you’re looking for a wall to drill through. In case somethings goes wrong, you know you’re protected.
- The key is choosing the right HDTV mount for your television. You should expected to spend between $20 to $100 depending on the quality that you wanted. Make sure that your mount is able to withstand the weight of your television, we don’t want to buy a cheap mount that can’t hold any weight and it will be a problem in the long run.
- Positioning of the HDTV mount is important, it needs to position according to your living room seating arrangement. There should be a power line near the TV, there should be space on the wall to be able to tilt the mount and the right amount of lighting to enhance the picture quality.
- Placing a TV too high is not good, it is recommended that you should make sure that middle part of your television is eye level.
- After paying a couple of dollars for your HDTV wall mount, the last thing you don’t want is a cable and wires hanging from different parts of the wall mount. Try to clean up the wires behind the mounting device or behind the wall.
- After all that and your HDTV is mounted, it’s time for you to enjoy your new HDTV entertainment experience.
I hope these guides helped you in some way, make sure that you secured your HDTV wall mount and always ask for help when lifting your TV. Let us know if you have other comments and suggestions.