Top 3 tv mounting services in Mobile, AL

Porch Pro Headshot Mr. Electric of Mobile
At Mr. Electric, we have the power to make things better. We provide comprehensive residential and commercial electrical services throughout the US and Canada. Mr. Electric offers repairs, upgrades, and installations, delivering high customer satisfaction by getting the job done right the first time...Read more about Mr. Electric of Mobile
3068 Gregory Ct, Semmes, AL
251-623-7644
Porch Pro Headshot Claude Moore Jeweler
For the best in fine jewelry, visit Claude Moore Jeweler. As Mobile, AL's oldest and most respected jewelry store, this family-owned business has been providing residents with high-end bracelets, rings, earrings, necklaces, and pendants. With a selection that includes designs from some of the most i...Read more about Claude Moore Jeweler
3700 Dauphin St, Mobile, AL
251-380-9400
Porch Pro Headshot Brown and Company
We are a family run business that will care for your home as if it were our own. We take the time to walk you through the process so you completely understand what is going on with every job we do. We never cut corners and we make sure you are completely satisfied with our work. Your home is an impo...Read more about Brown and Company
113 Saint Andrews Dr, Ocean Springs, MS
601-513-3838

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Porch Pro Headshot AG Electric  LLC
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Entertain company at night in well-lit elegance with the lighting specialists from AG Electric LLC in Angie, LA.
Entertain company at night in well-lit elegance with the lighting specialists from AG Electric LLC in Angie, LA.
Porch Pro Headshot MRH Construction
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
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We do porches, home remodeling and additions, privacy fences, roofs both metal and shingles, decks, sheds, carports, etc.
We do porches, home remodeling and additions, privacy fences, roofs both metal and shingles, decks, sheds, carports, etc.
Porch Pro Headshot Ross Pro Services
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
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Let the experts from Ross Pro Services in the Daphne area help you paint your home the way you want it.
Let the experts from Ross Pro Services in the Daphne area help you paint your home the way you want it.
Porch Pro Headshot Pro construction
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Porch Pro Headshot Riggins Renovation
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
We have been servicing the Coastal region for three years now and still strive for perfection daily. To us, the job is NEVER considered done until the customer is COMPLETELY satisfied, even if it's at our own cost. We truly want to bring affordable, quality service back. So, please, give us a call...Read more about Riggins Renovation
We have been servicing the Coastal region for three years now and still strive for perfection daily. To us, the job is NEVER considered done until the customer is COMPLETELY satisfied, even if it's at our own cost. We truly want to bring affordable, quality service back. So, please, give us a call...Read more about Riggins Renovation
Porch Pro Headshot Hall Contracting
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Porch Pro Headshot Armstrong Electric Company Inc
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
We have been in business for 60 years. We do everything from residential to commercial service and installation!
We have been in business for 60 years. We do everything from residential to commercial service and installation!

Frequently asked questions about tv mounting services

That new smart TV will look great on your living room wall, but first, you must choose a TV wall mount. The good news is that almost all TVs and TV wall mounts are VESA compatible. Also, mounts generally include the hardware needed for the TV wall mount installation process.

When you shop for a new TV wall mount, they should be sorted according to what size TV they can support. It’s essential to know the size of your television screen and how much the TV weighs. The TV wall mount box will clearly state its maximum weight and screen size specifications.

Remember, one 65-inch screen may not weigh the same as the other. It’s important to know the screen size and weight of the television to mount your TV safely. If you can’t find the measurements on the box or you’ve already gotten rid of it, check the owner manual online.

It’s also important to consider where you want to hang your TV. If your living room wall uses traditional wood stud framing and drywall, installation should be simple with a standard TV mount. If you are mounting the TV above the mantle of a brick fireplace, you may need to look at specialized TV mounts.

Concrete, plaster, and brick walls may require a TV mounting service provider for safe, secure installation. Proper installation protects your television and helps avoid dangerous tipping accidents.

Finally, consider what type of TV wall mount will work best in the space you are installing the television. Are you looking for a fixed mount for your living room wall, or do you need a tilting mount to install the TV above a fireplace? A full-motion mount will make installing a television in a higher corner of the room easier. In any case, always pay attention to the size and weight the TV wall mounting will support.

If you don’t like the idea of drilling holes in your wall or are uncomfortable around a DIY project, you may choose a TV stand over TV mounting. A TV stand gives you access to all the cables and wires of your home entertainment centers. If you rent your home, a TV stand will be easier to move. Choosing a TV stand with drawers or shelves also provides storage for remotes, game controllers, and more.

That said, TV stands risk a tipping hazard and are especially dangerous in homes with small children and pets. If you have a smaller floor plan, the TV stand will take up valuable floor space that you may want to use for other furniture pieces.

By mounting the TV on the wall, you achieve a clean, modern look without sacrificing space. You can even install the TV above a piece of furniture, giving you more flexibility on how you style the room rather than limiting your choices to TV stands. Adding a slim or floating console table will help with wire management and storage.

Although TV mounting may provide a better viewing experience than putting your TV on a traditional stand, installing a wall-mounted TV is a more permanent process that requires some drilling. If you choose to wall mount the TV, getting a pro to help you with the installation is a smart choice.

If you want to mount your new flat-screen TV on the drywall in your living room, you are in luck. Most TV wall mounts are compatible with drywall. Mounting a TV on the wall can create a sleek, modern look. A properly installed wall-mounted TV offers a theater-like experience in your own home.

The key is to get the TV mounted on the wall safely so it will not fall. When choosing a spot to install your TV, it’s important to locate the studs in your drywall. If your drywall does have wooden studs, you can screw the mount right into them.

If your drywall does not have studs, there are a few options. First, determine how much weight your drywall can hold. You’ve already checked how much your TV weighed when you selected the mount. The thinnest drywall can handle a force between 1.2 and 6.2 pounds per square foot without additional support. Once you know how thick your drywall is and how much weight it can handle, you can decide between using anchors, a mounting plate, a ceiling mount, or a no-stud mount to install the TV mount.

Wall anchors distribute the weight load to provide more support. Stay away from plastic anchors that are cheap and will break. Bolts and toggle anchors are good at handling heavier objects, making them a better option for larger TVs. Adding a mounting plate made of plywood or metal provides additional support. If your TV is very heavy, consider the unconventional ceiling mount — which uses joists and beams to support the TV.

If you have any questions about installing a TV mount on drywall, it may make sense to consult a contractor or professional TV mounting service. You’ll want to make sure the TV is correctly mounted on the wall to avoid costly headaches down the line.

Wall-mounted TVs should be hung at the best viewing distance to reduce eye and neck strain. However, TVs come with all sorts of cables and wires. Add in a gaming system, video player, or internet modem, and all sorts of cords will interfere with the clean, modern look you want. During the TV wall mounting process, consider the aesthetics of cord management.

The best option is to run the TV cables and wires behind the wall when you install your wall mount. You may end up cutting a hole in the wall — so if you rent your home, you may want to consider other options. Attaching the wires to the wall and painting them the same color as the wall may be a better option for you. You can also seal the wires inside a plastic tube for a cleaner look.

Consider adding a console table or other furniture near the TV. If you are setting up a complete home entertainment center, many console tables, indoor fireplaces tables, or drawers include wire management holes to keep the cables under control.

If you don’t mind a few wires, consider finding clear hooks or clips to attach to your wall. That way, instead of having a bunch of wires spread out and running down the wall, you can collect all the wires into one neat line.

If you want to hang a TV in your living room, it’s important to consider the overall configuration of the room. Pay attention to seating and the size of the room. Mount the TV, so it’s comfortable to look at from your couch or easy chair. Mounting the TV too high could result in neck and eye strain, making it an unpleasant viewing experience for you and your guests.

While a wider TV screen makes for a better viewing experience, you don’t want to get a TV that’s too big for your living room. Measure the viewing distance or space between the TV and where you’ll be sitting. To calculate how large a screen you should get, divide the viewing distance in inches by 2. If you have a smaller living room, it will be better for your eyes — and your wallet – to look at smaller screens.

Many people like to mount the TV above the fireplace or mantel, making the television the room's focal point. Using the TV as a focal point for your home entertainment center is an easy decision if you have a renovated basement or den.

Homeowners with open floor plans and larger rooms may want to divide and conquer. Place the TV on one side of your large, open living room and use a couch or sectional to break up the space. Then you can have a more traditional sitting room on the other side of the setup, giving the area clear purpose without ruining the effect of an open floor plan.

If your treasured gallery wall is already the focal point of your room, consider installing a frame around your wall-mounted TV. Many smart TVs are available now that can mimic your favorite piece of art until it’s time to unwind with your favorite television show.

Keep a balance of viewing comfort and design sense in mind when you decide where to hang your wall-mounted TV in your living room.

Generally speaking, if you want to mount a TV safely and effectively, you will probably need to drill some holes in the drywall or plasterboard. If you do not want to drill or do not have the DIY skills and patience that drilling requires, consider calling in a professional TV mounting service. They will quickly and safely install the TV mount without causing any issues that an inexperienced DIY homeowner might.

Of course, there are other options for setting up your TV. Invest in a freestanding television stand. It will take up more floor space, but if you rent your home or plan on moving soon, this may be an easier option.

Alternatively, you can add an entertainment center to your living room. If you choose a TV stand with shelves or drawers and a place to display your TV, it will double as additional storage.

While there are a few alternatives to drilling holes in the walls to mount your new flat-screen TV, stands and built-ins take up more room than TV wall mounting. If you’re worried about drilling too many holes, you may consider using adhesives and brick clamps. However, these options aren’t as secure as drilling and are ultimately not recommended.

If you are set on installing a TV wall mount but aren’t sure about doing the work yourself, hire a professional TV mounting service. They can mount the TV without drilling too many holes in the wall. By hiring a professional, you can enjoy watching your TV, knowing that it has been installed safely and securely.

All TV Mounting Services in Mobile, AL

Porch Pro Headshot Handyman Services of Pensacola
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Service is always best , when it's done right the first time. Doing that is our priority. After serving in the Marine Corps it's been about servicing the local people in our area.
Service is always best , when it's done right the first time. Doing that is our priority. After serving in the Marine Corps it's been about servicing the local people in our area.
Porch Pro Headshot Boykin Electric Co.
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
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Porch Pro Headshot Giles Custom Installations, LLC
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Porch Pro Headshot Christopher Andry
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
General handyman, appliance repair, electronic repair, home theater, mechandise assembly
General handyman, appliance repair, electronic repair, home theater, mechandise assembly
Porch Pro Headshot Home Integration Technology Services
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Porch Pro Headshot RFConstruction LLC
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Porch Pro Headshot Wall2wallworks
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
It is our goal here at Wall 2 wall works is to see our customers are satisfied to perfection. we do a wide range of all types of works from handyman to terrier it down and rebuild it from Ground Zero to the very last set stone we are here to satisfy our customers
It is our goal here at Wall 2 wall works is to see our customers are satisfied to perfection. we do a wide range of all types of works from handyman to terrier it down and rebuild it from Ground Zero to the very last set stone we are here to satisfy our customers
Porch Pro Headshot Gulf Coast Construction
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Porch Pro Headshot K.J.B
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
We can do everything from porch's to piers to painting to siding and any type of electrical we can build or fix nust about anything and were not trying to get rich just pay the bills
We can do everything from porch's to piers to painting to siding and any type of electrical we can build or fix nust about anything and were not trying to get rich just pay the bills
Porch Pro Headshot Rawson landscapes and Handyman Services
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
We are a full service landscaping company with 32yrs experience in design, maintenance and installation.
We are a full service landscaping company with 32yrs experience in design, maintenance and installation.
Porch Pro Headshot Fully Restored Remodeling
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
I can provide all phases of construction, remodeling, plumbing, electrical, kitchens, baths, flooring, and roofing. Also irrigation for lawns.
I can provide all phases of construction, remodeling, plumbing, electrical, kitchens, baths, flooring, and roofing. Also irrigation for lawns.
Porch Pro Headshot Zoe’s Painting and Drywall
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Porch Pro Headshot Done Right Tile
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama
Porch Pro Headshot M&J CONSTRUCTION
TV Mounting
Serves Mobile, Alabama

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