One of the best decisions you can make is to call an expert TV installer to mount your TV. If, on the other hand, you feel capable of DIY TV mounting, the following video gives you some handy tips.
When shopping for a TV mount, make sure to take into consideration the dimensions, weight, and make of your television. Mounts come in various shapes and sizes, with some more suited than others to hold certain types and sizes of televisions.
Mounts are often custom-made for each flat-screen TV.
Mounting your TV at the appropriate height may be the most crucial decision you make, given the number of hours you w spend riveted to it. The optimal position for most people is eye level, not staring up. However, there is some controversy about this, with some preferring it higher. Use an in-wall power extension or a power relocation kit to conceal wires and cords.
The installation of the TV mount should take around one to two hours. It is vital to read over the instructions for the TV and the mount you will be using before installation. This will ensure that you have all of the necessary equipment and supplies.