The Ultimate Guide to TV Mounting

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The Ultimate Guide to TV Mounting: How You Can Get Started

Here at Puls, we know what an important role your TV plays within your household. No matter what you use your TV for - be it entertaining guests, exercising, or binge-watching your favorite shows and movies - it’s a staple entertainment piece within any home.



Yet while the majority of you reading this likely own a sleek, modern flat screen TV, let’s be honest. Have you actually gotten around to mounting yours?



Unfortunately for many of us, that answer is still no. Odds are, you’re either physically unable to mount your TV yourself, you’ve been putting it off for months and months, or you simply don’t know where to begin. Despite the fact that flat screens were intended to be mounted, it’s something many TV viewers often neglect.



Perhaps you were unaware of professional TV mount services available to you, or you feared an immensely high TV wall mount installation cost. If only you could find an affordable, convenient TV installation service available, so you could finally get your TV up on the wall without agonizing over how to do so yourself.



Why not let someone else mount your TV for you? That’s where we come in. With Puls, there’s now an easier than option than ever before - we take the stress out of TV mounting for you.



Our expert, thoroughly trained technicians are available 7 days a week, for all your TV installation needs. They know exactly how to get your TV looking flawless up on the wall, whenever it best fits your schedule. Book a TV mounting service online anytime for convenient, seamless technicians that come to you at your leisure.



Since our conception, we’ve installed thousands of TVs nationwide, and as such, we have a wealth of knowledge regarding everything you need for the ultimate TV mounting results. Therefore, if you’re looking for more information about mounting a TV on the wall - the dos, don’ts, and some Puls expertise - look no further than this blog post, in which we explain it all.



Not surprisingly, there’s plenty of mistakes people make when attempting to mount their TVs. Unless you’re very handy and highly informed about the TV mounting process and what it entails, you should leave this one to the professionals to avoid major damage to your walls.



Nevertheless, no matter if you’re skilled around the house or you’re set on hiring professionals, look no further than our in-depth guide on mistakes people make when mounting their TV. Learn what’s vital to do, and perhaps more importantly - what to be sure NOT to do.



We cover all the major elements to take into consideration, including: selecting the right location, what tools are necessary, choosing the right mount and more. If trying things out yourself proves to be too difficult, remember that we’re always around for all your TV mounting needs.



The inevitable first dilemma you’re bound to encounter once you decide to get started with mounting a TV is simply: choosing the right size TV. It can be tough to decide upon the optimal TV size that would look best in your entertainment space.



In a nutshell, you don’t want something too big and clunky for your space, but you want it big enough to see from afar, especially if you use your TV for entertaining guests on a regular basis. To learn more about this topic, feel free to check out our other blog post, in which we review this topic more in-depth.



A general rule of thumb is to first decide upon the best location before you can be sure what size TV is right. This way, you can be certain that your TV will fit nicely and look beautifully in the space you decide upon.



As noted above, it’s vital to assess what area in your entertainment room (or bedroom) would be best to position your TV before you proceed with further steps. Deciding upon the optimal placement location is another tricky decision that you should take the adequate time to consider thoroughly.



It’s important that you weigh out all the options, and examine where exactly you want your TV to be mounted, as well as what type of surface would look best behind it. There are numerous variables to take into account regarding your TV’s placement and mounting a TV height adequately.



For example, should you opt for mounting a TV on brick, or LCD TV Wall Mount over fireplace areas? What about mounting a TV above fireplaces? Should you place your TV on a colorful background, or a simple white or gray one?



The answer to these really depends on your personal preference, as well as the colors and materials of your existing entertainment space. It’s best to work with “what you’ve got” as they say - so adjust your placement preferences depending on your current entertainment space.



Thus, you need to decide upon the TV mounting wall that you’d like to use in your TV watching space. If your entertainment room has more simple drywall at the moment, you should mount your TV on drywall - and vice versa if there are now brick walls.



Furthermore, while TV mounting on brick can look very elegant, the procedure itself is rather complicated. Luckily, with Puls technicians, you can get your TV mounted quickly, however you like - whether it’s TV mounting over fireplaces, on drywall, or on concrete, we’re equipped for every possibility.



Ideally, you should mount your TV in the center of a large, neutrally-colored wall, so it looks clean and minimal, accessible to all viewers, and places more focus on the TV itself, free from distractions. This also will make the colors on the TV stand out more, which will make your viewing experience well worth the added effort - especially if you’ve invested in an expensive HD, LED or OLED TV.



On the other hand, if you’ve already painted your walls bright colors, and there’s no other wall in your space that’s big enough to mount onto, a colored wall is fine! What matters most is that your TV is in the center of the wall, in an accessible, inviting space.



You should also consider which LED TV Wall Mount height would look best in your space - you want the TV to be viewable from a comfortable angle, that won’t cause any neck pain. If the furniture in your entertainment room is centered around the TV, you should focus on accessibility for everyone in the room.
 
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