Flat screen TV wall mounts or wall bracket comes in many shapes and sizes. Your requirement depends upon several factors:
- your budget
- your room size
- the type of wall or surface you are mounting the TV on
- And of course the most important of all your TV (size, dimensions, etc.)
Upon taking into consideration of these factors you will find there are many types of flat screen TV wall mounts.
- Full motion
Fixed TV wall mount:
A fixed wall mount is one that you take into consideration when you have a viewing area that is dedicated for TV. You mount this on the largest wall of the viewing area. Your eyes are level with the middle or bottom of the Television set when seated. This the simplest way to mount your TV set.
Tilt TV wall mount:
The tilt wall mount can move the TV vertically up and down. This is convenient when you have to mount your TV set higher on the wall. The tilt allows changing the viewing angle and can be allowed for adjustment to compensate for screen glare
Full motion TV wall mount:
Full motion TV mount allow flexibility in almost all directions. You can pan, swivel, tilt up and down, or even pull away from the wall. This allows for flexible viewing angles from multiple locations or rooms.
Interactive TV wall mount:
Interactive TV mount is the yoda version of TV mounts. Basically it can do everything a TV mount can and should do with style. It offers full motion functionality with the added feature of Light-touch height adjustment. No viewing angle is a challenge for this one. Viewing 3D programming, this feature comes in handy.
A proper investment in a good wall mount is a must when you are buying a flat screen TV. If you are not an expert in this type of work, just hire a handy man to do it for you. You would never forgive yourself if you make a mistake and damage the wall or the mount.Despite their size Flat screen TVs are deceptively heavy and care should be taken when installing them, especially on dry walls. Make sure the screws are fastened tightly and the wall mount bracket is fastened securely. There should be no give between the wall and the bracket.