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How much should it cost to mount a TV on the wall?

How much should it cost to mount a TV on the wall?

How much should it cost to mount a TV on the wall?

Mounting a TV can cost as little as $50 with the price increasing depending on TV and project complexity.

If you're mounting a 50-inch plasma on the wall and it's rather large, two hours of labor is a good estimate.

A cheaper alternative is to buy the mounting kit and do it yourself. This will likely cost between $50 and $100 depending on which brand name or model mount you choose.

"It's definitely safer to have professionals do it. You see a lot of people on YouTube doing it and they don't know what they're doing.

Can a handyman mount a TV?

Yes, if they have experience with installing TVs, it can be a do-it-yourself project. You need to make sure that you've got all the tools and materials you need before starting something like this. While the job is simple enough for an experienced handyperson to do, it might be worth considering paying someone else to do it instead. A professional is more likely to do a more thorough job and they'll be able to handle complications that might arise since this isn't their first time doing something like this.

Yes, Small Handy Service can hang televisions over a fireplace. Due to the wall type being most likely brick, as well as the danger of cord or TV damage from heat, the task will be more difficult.

How much does Handy charge to mount a TV?

Small Handy Service wall mounting service costs $89 per hour.

Yes, if you have the necessary equipment and skills, a drywall TV mount is an excellent option for your area. Our Techs can help you choose the appropriate size of TV for your space as well as the perfect location on the wall for optimum viewing.

Is it better to wall mount a TV or put it on a stand?

Most people prefer wall mounting because it keeps the TV from being a distraction. Also, you'll have more space in your room if the TV is mounted on the wall rather than taking up space on a stand. It's also easier to move around furniture and redecorate if your TV isn't sitting in its usual spot.

No matter how much time or expertise you have, TV wall mounting is a complicated process that requires the proper tools and safety equipment.

How important is it to buy a sturdy mount?

A strong mount keeps the TV steady, which contributes to better picture quality.

Yes, if you opt to hire professionals, they'll have the training and knowledge necessary for mounting your television.

One of the benefits of having a wall-mounted television in your room is that it saves space. It eliminates the need for a stand or table, which may otherwise take up room on the floor. With wall-mounted TVs, you can hide cables and save space at the same time.

How do you hide the cords on a wall-mounted TV?

Hook Cords to the Back of Your Furniture.

To conceal cables using this method, you'll need to attach the cords to the back of furniture. For example, if you have a wall-mounted TV with two small boxes at the bottom where the cords are located, look for end tables that match or compliment your current decor. Then drill holes into each side of these tables near the floor. After you've done this, attach the cords so that they run through these holes. The cord should be hidden between the table and wall.

Put them Behind the Couch.

Another option is to conceal cables if your TV is in front of a couch. Place the cords at the side of the couch between it and the wall, then drill holes into each side. After that, just run them through these holes so they're hidden when you look behind the couch.

Hide TV Wires in Plain Sight.

Use a D-Line Cord Cover.

Using an item like this is probably the simplest way to cover cords. D-Line Cable Protectors are designed to be placed against walls or underneath furniture, which makes them perfect for concealing cables that need to run along the wall. Simply place one on the corner of your couch so it runs along the baseboards. Then drill holes in the top of the cover and run these cords through them. Then, push this cord protector against the wall so it's flush with it. When you look behind your couch, there will be no sign that cables are present.

Hire a Handyman to Hang Your TV on The Wall for You

When you have our technicians do the mounting, you don't have to worry about anything going wrong. We have years of experience and can do a great job at just about any type of TV installation. This includes drilling holes in the wall to keep the cord safely away from heat or combustibles, hanging onto your television securely so it doesn't fall when you're not home, and making sure your TV is level and doesn't make your wall look crooked.

No matter how it's done, having a wall-mounted television will give you a cleaner-looking room that allows you to free up space for other things. In addition, many people have reported that having a mounted television contributes to better picture quality mainly because the TV is typically hung at eye level.

Run TV Wires Behind the Wall.

The simplest way is to drill a small hole through your wall and run them along the baseboards or flooring. While this may not be aesthetically pleasing, it will make for a safe installation. If you can't drill holes in the walls because of fire safety concerns, reach out to an electrician who has experience doing TV installations.

Depending on the type of TV you have, consider hiring a professional to install it. Although some flat-screen TVs can be mounted by consumers, they're still very heavy and require special hardware that you might not know how to use. Professionals who do this type of work for a living will have all the tools and knowledge necessary to do a great job.

If your TV is connected to a cable box, DVR or DVD player, consider mounting it near the input jacks so that you won't have to move cables every time you need to change something on your TV. You can even hide all of these components inside a piece of furniture like a cabinet so they're not visible.

Check out our Tv Mount Installation Service.

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