How Choosing A TV Bracket Might Be More Difficult Than You Think

In most situations having plenty of choice would be a good thing. However even though it can open up more options it can also leave you confused as to which is the right path to follow. And this is certainly true when it comes to television brackets.

When you’ve purchased a new television you’ll have a lot of decisions to make regarding where the television will be placed and how it will be installed.

There are various considerations to make regarding the installation of a new TV. And because a new LED or 3D television is a huge investment you need to make sure you are certain about the positioning and the bracket choice before you go with any particular option.

One of the best things about flat screen technology is that many options in terms of the physical placement of the television. In days gone by televisions were so huge that you were forced to position them on a large television stand which could support the weight of the set. This usually meant the rest of the furniture in the room would need to be placed appropriately. These days are happily long gone, and a television can now be placed in just about any environment to make as little or large as an impact as is needed.

It doesn’t matter if you are installing a television at home or at a commercial establishment all you need to give is a little prior thought and your television can be fixed to a wall in any surroundings.
TV brackets are the perfect way to mount your television on the wall or the ceiling, but there are a number of different options available which might need some further explanation.

Flat to the wall TV brackets

These TV brackets maximise the available space you have in a room as they keep the TV close to the wall. This enables you to make the most of the flat screen technology whilst also saving you some money, as this method of mounting is generally considered to be the cheapest. When choosing a flat to the wall TV bracket it’s worth bearing in mind that this type of bracket has limited options in terms of bracket tilting or other movement.

Tilting TV brackets

VESA 200 wall mount bracketThese TV brackets are the perfect option if you need to mount the television in a higher than normal location as you’ll be able to tilt the set in a downwards direction when mounted so that it’s easily visible. These brackets are a popular option if you want to mount your flat screen television above a fireplace or in the bedroom.

Articulating TV brackets

These television brackets make use of a swivel arm which supports the television whist also giving it a great deal of moveable functionality. These are the perfect option of you need to move the screen to the left or the right or if the television is mounted in the corner of the room. When they’re not being used to tilt or turn the screen the flat panel can usually be pushed back to the wall hiding this mechanism behind the television.

When Katie Ashworth isn’t making cakes she’s normally watching television with her two year old toddler. She mounted her new LED television in the kitchen using wall mounted TV brackets.

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One thought on “How Choosing A TV Bracket Might Be More Difficult Than You Think

  1. Really great post! I know I went through 3-4 wall mounts with my TV before I found the one perfect for my room! My wife likes to move the room around a lot so we ended up with the articulating arm mount so no matter where she decides the couch needed to go I could position the TV properly!

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