The vast majority of people who own televisions watch an average of 5 hours of TV per day, proving that television has surpassed all other forms of entertainment. If you’re one of those people who like to keep their lovely flat screen on a table or stand in their living room or bedroom, this article is for you. However, there are several reasons why mounting your tv is a better option.

More space, a better view, reduced glare from lights and windows, improved visual appeal, and increased safety are all benefits of  TV mount on the wall. But, before you begin, you may have several questions on your mind. Like whether to choose a Fixed Mount TV bracket or Full Motion TV bracket, add a corner TV mount or ceiling TV mount for extra features, and so on

Don’t worry, we’ll go over all the fundamentals that you should be aware of before mounting your television on the wall or getting a TV mounting service

Select the appropriate Mounting your Tv.

The first and most critical step is to choose the appropriate mount for your TV and its placement, so be sure you’ve got the right one. Fixed, Tilt and Full Motion mounts are the three most common types.


It provides a low-profile option that allows you to position your television as near the wall as possible. They’re a good choice if you’re planning on watching TV from a close distance.


A tilt mount is a fantastic choice if you’ll be sitting lower than your TV. Tilting mounts allow you to tilt your television to increase line of sight and reduce glare. It’s perfect for mounting a television above a fireplace, dresser, or media center.


A full-motion mount is a way to go if you want complete control over the position of your TV. Its flexible arms allow you to extend, rotate, and tilt your television to practically any position. This ensures that you have the greatest seat in the house, regardless of your location.


The wall on which you intend to put your television must be sturdy enough to sustain it. Some surfaces can support your television, while others will be severely damaged if you attempt to hang anything. So, how can you know if your walls are up to the task? Solid, hardwood partitions can also withstand the load of a wall-mounted TV.

Brick and concrete walls are best for wall mounts, but solid, hardwood partitions can also manage them. If there are fractures in the wall or the consistency of the wall is insecure, don’t put your wall mount there. If you’re still unsure whether your wall can support the weight of your television, then you can seek assistance from expert TV mounters.


 There are various reasons why the location of your television should be emphasized before you install it. First and foremost, your TV wall mounting should be near a power outlet, and the TV’s power cord should be long enough to reach the outlet. Another reason to think about the location is where you’ll be when you’re watching TV.


 Of course, having the TV screen perpendicular to your gaze is ideal when it comes to horizontal angles. The surface of your TV, no matter which screen you have, can reflect sunlight and artificial light sources near it. Choosing the bad location can cause many problems so, if you can’t find a wall that isn’t exposed to the sun, pick the side of the wall that gets the least amount of sunshine or no sunshine.

An electrician can assist you in choosing the perfect location for your mount and recommend a suitable wall mount bracket with angle adjustment.

Determine the distance from the floor

When mounting your TV, height may be the most important factor to consider. The viewing distance can be determined by the size of your television for optimal viewing or by measuring the distance from where you are sitting to the wall where the TV will be mounted, but experts recommend sitting at the exact level of your TV’s center and your eyes.

However, if you have multiple seating areas, you can always mount your TV 42 inches from the floor to the center of the screen so, the height would be appropriate for a person of average height sitting on a normal sofa.

Have the proper equipment

 While mounting your TV, it is equally important to use the proper equipment so, make sure you have all the following items on hand.

  • The wall mount you have chosen, its instruction, and all the stuff that came with the mount.
  • A stud finder: It can assist you in determining the location of studs in your walls.
  • A tape measure: It determines the proper height and distance to install your TV on the wall.
  • Cables: Hardware for cable management as well as all necessary cables.
  • Pencil: To indicate the location of the holes on the wall.
  • Power drill and bits that fit your screws.
  • Screwdriver 
  •  A socket wrench with the right heads
  • A large sheet of cardboard or paper
  • Safety goggles
  • Hollow wall anchor
  • Painter’s tape

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