This is now the time for you to unpack you’re newly bought TV and mount it on the wall to make it display in a perfect manner so that it is fun to watch TV for your family. But most of you don’t know what it means to wall mount a TV and what to do and avoid in such cases.
When you are thinking about the DIY wall mounting, you could get to know some surprise especially when you are involved in it for the first time. You need to trust the thing that not everything is simple to understand and you solely can’t do everything by yourself. Following are the thing which can go wrong in case you are not handling the wall mount properly:
- Damage to the TV as well as to the walls if mounting isn’t done in a proper manner.
- The TV could be installed easily
- The brackets could be installed incorrectly or you could have also selected wrong brackets for the TV.
- Incorrect cables and plugs
- Issues with the cables and sometimes non-centered mounting could also happen. Ill-placement of the TV and placing it on improper heights is also an issue.
Normally the Flat screened TVs are selected for wall mounting and such TV also have an issue that small children and toddlers can easily grasp. You need to take care of the safety as it is the thing of great concern. You cannot just randomly put the TV on a console at a place which is easy for the reach of children. Place the TV away from your children’s reach to make them safe.
If in some case, TV is installed incorrectly, the TV can become loose and also may fall off which is strongly dangerous. You need to make sure that you hire some professionals for wall mounting your TV as they can surely do this task in a better way than you. As TV professionals have fewer chances of mistakes in their work.
If the wrong cables are placed and TV is mounted in an improper way, there are increased chances of electric shocks and electrical fires. Another thing for you to take care about while mounting a TV is that never fix it somewhere at a place which has direct sunlight on it or even if that place has poor ventilation, this can lead your TV to overheat.
WALL MOUNTING THE TV
You can use various techniques for wall mounting the TV, either use a cantilever or a flat-tilt bracket. There are various techniques for same day TV installation which normally the professionals can do in a better way. Normally 4 fixing holes are made for installing a TV in a place and a bracket is fixed to it before placing the TV over the wall.
One of the most important things associated with wall mounting a TV which you need to make sure is that the TV is stable, secure and is installed by being out of the range of the children. TV mounting the best way to keep the TV out of the range of the children in your home as when a TV is placed on a cabinet, the safety of your kids might be at risk.