Do you have a TV that needs to be attached to the wall? If so, this guide is for you! We will show you the best way, explaining step-by-step instructions through how to put your flat-screen TV. You’ll learn how to find the studs in your house and how to measure them, what type of screws are needed, how much space there should be between the studs, where the outlet should go if it’s being used as an entertainment center… everything! By the time we’re done with this blog post, you’ll know how to mount a TV on the wall.

What will you need?

Before you begin your TV mount installation, make sure you have the following items on hand:

Stud Finder

Don’t attach your TV to drywall unless you really want a TV accident sure you’re installing to a stud for optimum stability. Otherwise, you may wind up with a costly disaster on your hands. You may attempt to attach the TV with a screwdriver, but it would take a long time. To make this job go faster, we suggest utilizing a power drill.

Various Drill Bits

Masonry using a Carbide Tip This bit will be used to drill pilot holes in the walls for your mounting screws. To drive the fastening screws, you’ll need a Phillips Head Drill Bit.

Level

Don’t rely on your senses on this one; no one likes watching crooked television. Make sure your freshly mounted TV is level by using a level. This can help you prevent a misaligned TV as well as holes in your wall.

To mount your TV to the wall, you’ll need a TV mount that’s rated for your model of TV. Look up the VESA mount dimensions in your TV handbook and purchase a TV mount that matches. And if you need assistance choosing a mount, we can help! Here’s where you can find our list of the finest TV mounts.

Painters Tape (optional)

Label your wall studs with a small piece of painters tape after you’ve located them. This is much more visible than a pencil mark, and you won’t have to write on your wall, which is always a plus in our opinion.

A buddy (optional): Televisions are large, heavy, and difficult to move. Trying to keep one stable while aligning brackets is a recipe for disaster unless you’re a lot more coordinated than we are. For the greatest outcomes, enlist the help of a buddy.

Don’t neglect cable management as well

You don’t want wires and TV antennae dangling from your television. That’s a certain way to sabotage the entire sleek look you were aiming for in the first place. Fortunately, there are a few cable management solutions. Hiding them behind a wall is a good idea. You may either run them through a wall or knot them neatly together and hide them behind a shelf or other piece of décor.

Purchase a cover

There are coverings that match the color of your wall and provide an easy method to conceal wires.

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How To Mount A TV On The Wall?

Choose a location for the television

When it comes to getting the greatest image quality, angles matter a lot, so think about where you’re going. After the fact, moving the TV is not only inconvenient, but it also leaves holes in your wall. If you have a fireplace, placing your TV above it is a common choice since it is usually the room’s main point.

And use a stud finder, determine the wall studs

Move your stud finder over the wall until it shows that a stud has been discovered. When it does, use painter’s tape to mark the spot so you can remember where it is.
Make your pilot holes and drill them. These are the tiny holes where your mounting screws will go through the wall. You’ll almost certainly need a buddy for this.

Place the mount against the wall.

Make sure it’s straight using a level. Make light lines with a pencil where you’ll drill the holes to secure it to the wall. Drill holes where you indicated with the mount using a masonry bit attached to your drill.

The mounting bracket should be affixed to the wall. Drill the mounting screws into the pilot holes you created in the previous step while holding your mount to the wall.

Connect the mounting plate to the television.

Remove the TV stand first, if you haven’t done so previously. On the back of the TV, look for the mounting plate attachment holes. These are sometimes covered with plastic or already have screws installed. Remove them if this is the case.

Using the supplied hardware, mount the plate to the back of the TV.

Fix your television to the wall. This is the last and most important step! Grab your spouse once again, since doing this alone may be difficult. Lift the television with caution, using your legs rather than your back! You wouldn’t want any accidents to spoil the party. Line up the TV’s mounting armor plate with the wall bracket and attach them according to the label directions. This varies from one mount to the next, so read the directions carefully.

We have a detailed guide for how to mount your TV on the wall. Follow these simple steps, and you’ll be able to hang up your new television in no time!

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