Why Invest In TV Brackets?

Posted by Bhavesh Joshi On Tuesday, February 19, 2013 0 comments
Why Invest In TV Brackets?
In recent years, we have seen the rise of various forms of flat screen TV. There are LCD screens, plasma screens and now LED screens as well. While these TVs are flatter, they are typically much wider than older cathode ray tube (CRT) TVs, which means that they can actually end up occupying even more space, negating their main selling point. 

However, this needn't be the case. TV brackets now allow us to fix our TV screens in different places where they are not in the way and where we might actually get a better view of them as well. 
Some of the benefits of getting a TV bracket as 

Space saving
If you don't have your TV installed on the wall, it will need to stand on a table or cabinet and this will take up more of your room than the TV itself. If you've always had your TV in the same position, this might not occur to you. The TV stand has always been there. It's part of the room. But this needn't be the case. If you get a TV bracket, you can actually do away with your TV stand completely and this will give you far more space in your home.

Improved viewing
The most common form of TV bracket is a simple, flat bracket that fits the screen flush against the wall. This is very neat, but it doesn't suit everybody's needs. In general, a TV that is flat against the wall will be difficult to see from some seating positions, because you don't generally arrange your seating so that everyone is facing a wall. 
TV Brackets (Wall Brackets)

For most people, it would make more sense to have the TV in a corner. The good news is that this is perfectly possible. Corner brackets allow the TV to be positioned out of the way but at an appropriate height and angle for comfortable viewing from many different seating positions. You get the extra space provided by fitting your TV to the wall, but you also get an improved viewing experience.

Flexibility
TV brackets needn't hold the TV in a fixed position either. You can get tilting and swivelling brackets that allow you to move the TV about depending on where you are sitting. Some ceiling brackets actually allow for 360 degree rotation. This might not be much use in a domestic environment, but if you are using TVs to display promotional information in a shop, this can be of benefit.

Alan Murdoch owns a bedroom furniture store and in order to make the furniture look appealing, he has to make the 'bedrooms' look as authentic as possible for this reason he uses TV brackets from promount-tv-brackets so that he can install TVs on the wall of each room.

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