The tools required for TV wall mounting typically include a stud finder, a drill, a level, a screwdriver or wrench, and mounting brackets. Additionally, it may be necessary to have a measuring tape and a pencil for marking the desired height and location for the TV.
You are welcome to use your own wall mount if it meets the necessary specifications and safety requirements. If you prefer, we also offer wall mounts for purchase through our service.
Yes, it is possible to install additional shelves or components around your wall-mounted TV. However, it is recommended to consult with a professional installer to ensure proper installation and to avoid any damage to the TV or walls.
The best way to avoid wall-mounted TV glare from windows is to use curtains or blinds to block out direct sunlight. Additionally, tilting the TV screen or using an anti-glare filter can help reduce glare and improve visibility.
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