Things to consider before mounting an LCD TV
When purchasing a TV bracket to wall mount your television, one of the first things you will realise is the different sizes of TV brackets that are available. This is because there is a vast difference between a 20 inch television and a 60 inch television and the TV brackets to hold them are inevitably different sizes. Therefore, the size of your television set decides the size of the TV bracket you choose.
Televisions can be mounted on almost any wall. However, you can harmonise the décor of the room by painting the wall on which your TV is mounted, highlighting your television and giving it a more stylish look. The TV bracket should be placed on a wall which has an even surface otherwise it could spoil the look of your TV and appear tacky.
The TV bracket should be installed by an expert as it involves precision fitment. However, if you choose to do it yourself then make sure that you are well equipped with all the tools that are needed for mounting a TV bracket. Cable management is also important to take into consideration when mounting a TV bracket.
Where to mount your television may be your biggest concern. Some people like to hang a television in their bedroom, as well as those who display their prized possession in the living room.