Televisions have come a long way since the wardrobe-sized boxes of the 90s. Their sleek, flat-screen designs make them ideal to mount on walls, saving valuable floor space and giving your room a clean, uncluttered look. If your TV is at the right height, you can also avoid accidental knocks and enjoy the best viewing angle.
To mount your TV safely and securely, we recommend hiring an experienced handyman to help. They’ll test the weight of your TV and suggest the right type of bracket for full support. Your handyman will also check for cables before drilling into the wall. They’ll then attach the bracket parts to your TV and the wall, mount the appliance and test everything before they go.
With messy cables and complicated connections, setting up a new TV can be daunting. So to save time and help you mount your TV safely and securely, we’ll match you with an experienced handyman in your area. We have hundreds of professionals on our platform, so we can recommend a Local Hero in minutes.
Our team vets every tradesperson – making sure they have the right experience, skills and tools for the job at hand. We also ask all our customers for open and honest feedback and guarantee each job for 12 months. So you know you – and your TV – are in safe hands.
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