6 things for mounting your TV

Mounting your TV to a wall is certainly an enhancement to your overall comfortability level of your living room. It sounds easy at first but when you actually start adjusting your screen, you might be up for some difficulties. In that case, you do not need to worry: I got your back on this one because here a list of the most important things you need to consider if you want to make some changes to your method of TV mounting.

1) Make sure you have enough space around the actual television set for its components and accessories. Are you into video games? Because for that matter you will have to plan up for the extra space needed to put your gaming console. A wall bracket 40 inch TV takes up a lot of space and the cords of gaming stations usually are not that long. So, just keep your video game devices close to the TV to avoid the short cord problem. Install a floating shelving if necessary.

2) Know how your main long cord will be placed along the wall. Even if you do not have any extra stuff like gaming consoles around your TV, you still need to think about the TV cord which will be famously trailing across the main wall in the living room. It will certainly look odd. There are a few options though: get a power outlet, so your cord won’t dangle. You can also buy a special cord camouflage which will gently hide the cable without any additional attention. You may also mount these accessories right behind your 40 inch wall mount TV (only works if you have a small amount of them).

3) Has your wall been built solid enough in order to endure a wall bracket 40 inch Samsung TV. That may seem an obvious consideration to keep in mind. However, in reality very few people take this fact into account. Furthermore, the most technologically advanced Television sets can be too heavy for tiny walls. So, you better talk to a professional in this branch, if you have any doubts.

4) Have convenient tools: Apart from all the fancy and glamorous materials, you really need to have a few studs in your possession for this task. A drill won’t hurt either. Moreover, even if you do not have some required tools, you may want to rent them. It is possible!

5) The accessibility of your ports can play a huge role in the way your TV will mount. If the ports are behind your TV, you can buy a wall mount which can move away from the wall. That way you will have easy access to your cords.

6) What is your preferable and favourite TV angle? Everyone of us has got his or her preferences when it comes to the favouring viewing angle. If you are a fan of constant change or you always have friends coming over. In that scenario, you may prefer to have a rotating TV wall mount. That way you can change your angle anytime you want!

So, as you see mounting your Television set is a challenge and you need to think of a lot of things but the end result is definitely worth it!

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