Frequently Asked Questions

TVs could be mounted on many types of surfaces such as brick and drywall screwed to wood or metal studs. However, it is not possible to mount TVs to tile, stone, or plaster walls.
This can be easily checked by knocking on your wall. If hollow sounds are produced, it means that your wall is probably wood, drywall, or plaster. If there is no echo heard, you probably have a brick or concrete wall.
The only materials that you need to provide during the TV mounting service are just the essential cables for connecting your TV to your existing AV components. Depending on your specific types of speakers, receivers, as well as other equipment you might have, there might be a need for power and audio cords and HDMI or optical cables.
You can get the most versatility from a full motion or articulating TV mount. These mounts can extend from a wall, tilt down and up, rotate, and swivel side to side. But, if you prefer your TV to just be flushed with the wall, you can opt for the low profile fixed TV mount or tilt or swivel TV mount.
You can get the most versatility from a full motion or articulating TV mount. These mounts can extend from a wall, tilt down and up, rotate, and swivel side to side. But, if you prefer your TV to just be flushed with the wall, you can opt for the low profile fixed TV mount or tilt or swivel TV mount.
Yes, a TV can be mounted above your fireplace provided that behind the brick or stone (or any other material) there are studs to mount the TV bracket to. We will find the studs and drill accordingly.

The ideal height to mount a TV depends primarily on four key factors, namely your distant from the TV, the size of your TV, the viewing angle, and the eye level height. The rule is that the center of a TV measuring 42 inches must be mounted at around 56 inches above floor. A TV of 55” should be about 61 inches, a TV of 65” should be 65 inches while a TV of 70” should be approximately 67 inches. However, the exact height for mounting will differ based on the eye level that also varies depending on the height of your bed, couch, or seats. Experts suggest that TV should be mounted at a viewing angle of not over 30 degrees. Many people casually sit reclined at 10 to 15 degrees.

The basic TV mounting job on dry wall can take our team less than 1.5 hours to finish the job. Several factors can make this duration longer like the need to dismount an existing TV or when installing on brick walls. More complex jobs can be completed in 2 to 3 hours.