Having difficult or figure out how to mount a TV on
Critical corner: Too narrow corner, want to turn TV in a 90degree angle allow tv to tilted and drop down to 30cm lower or wanting to turn TV to facing Window or Door
Dry Wall: weather Cladding, Concrete, Brick or Timber Stud
Ceiling: whether high ceiling low ceiling or floor to ceiling or Completely motorize fold away
Window: TV obstructing window want it solve problem by allow it to drop down and swing away.
Outdoor and Balcony Area: Wanting to mount a TV but worry about it effect of moisture or rain water
For outdoor purpose suggest to mount a TV to suit your need wheater on wall on ceiling or corner you can easily DIY we can tools and instruction that can guide you step by step to complete your job and to protect your equipment.
Leaving your TV installation up to the professionals? Smart choice. But don’t just sit back and relax… yet. A little prep work will ensure everything goes smoothly with your TV installation. In this article, we’ve covered everything you might need to know (and take care of) before your technician arrives.
But first, let’s talk about mistakes.
We see far too many people make these common TV installation mistakes (but not you, since you’re going to be so prepared):
- Buying a TV that’s too big or too small for their space
- Choosing the wrong TV wall mount design
- Mounting their TV at the wrong height
- Laying out their room without considering TV glare or sun exposure
- Trying to DIY their wall mounting and making a mess of their walls
- Connecting all their devices without consulting a manual or professional
- Not adding extra TV wall points for down the track
- Trying to lift or install their TV on their own
- Not securing their TV or furniture properly for safety
- Not tidying up their cords properly when the installation is done
- Not patching up holes in the wall if they need to move their TV
- Overlooking potential extras, sockets, and connections they might need for their TV
- Installing straight into gyprock, instead of wall mounting on a stud
- Accidentally hanging a TV that’s not properly level
- Forgetting to auto-tune the TV
- And last but certainly not least… attempting to DIY their antenna installation
To avoid these mistakes, it really comes down to proper preparation and hiring a professional to do the job. So, let’s talk a bit more about that…