Flat screen TVs are so popular that almost every household, offices, restaurants, and even hospitals use it. Using a flat-screen TV is becoming a trend because of its space-saving and stylish features. Along with flat screen, TVs are their brackets or sometimes called wall mounts. These brackets hold the TV up and are screwed to the wall.
When it comes to purchasing brackets, you should know what to use and what to choose, whether it is full motion TV bracket, fixed TV bracket, or tilting TV bracket. It all depend
s on the purpose of your flat screen TV. We, at Tiger Mount
, will help you decide on what TV bracket to use according to your needs.
Fixed TV Bracket
A fixed TV bracket
is the most common and the cheapest of all. It is usually used in a place that does not require many motions on the audience, like living rooms with fixed sofa, buses, and hotel lobbies. Most people purchase this type of mount because of the low price, without considering the amount of the convenience other brackets can provide.
This is a modern type of bracket, and usually being used when installing your flat TV above the fireplaces, kitchens, and other high places. Unlike the fixed bracket, tilting brackets
can be tilted up and down making it easier for the audience to view the TV screen without straining their neck. Tilting bracket is mostly recommended in bedrooms or hotel rooms where you can enjoy watching TV while lying down.
Full Motion TV Bracket Full motion TV bracket
is the king of convenience. It can tilt up, down, turn left and right, pulled in and out. It may cost a bit more compared to the tilting and fixed brackets, but it will provide you with all the comforts you desire when it comes to TV viewing. This type of mount is highly recommended for offices, hospitals, clinics and for personal space. Full motion bracket is the latest version. It has many benefits and can especially help persons with health issues like severe back pain, scoliosis, and even bedridden patient. With this type of bracket, they are to view the TV screen without difficulty.
All three types of TV brackets are available in different shapes and sizes, depending on the size of TV you are installing. It is also made from a variety of materials such as aluminium, stainless steel, and plastic. The material to use should depend on the weight of your TV, heavyweight TV requires a harder type of material.
Although the full motion TV bracket is the best of all types, it is still up to the user to decide on what to use. After all, everyone has different situations and preferences. Interested? Contact us
today to find out more! Alternatively, you can call 9424 6649