Eventually, mounting your TV on the wall no doubt is a wonderful idea because it saves the space and gives an entirely new look to your room. The wall-mounted TVs have lifted as well as adjustable screens which you can view from any corner of the room and from other rooms as well. But you need to be choosy and careful while buying your TV wall mounts and at the same time if you do not properly plan the wall mounting you may land in disaster.
You must have seen that most TVs in maximum houses are hooked up with several other devices like cable boxes, game consoles, DVRs and many more. If you do not consider this while buying the TV wall mount, you will eventually be confused and embarrassed after your TV wall mounted safely. Consider installing a floating shelving unit somewhere near your TV to accommodate and incorporate your favourite devices you love so much.
Another confusing question to answer in relation to the wall mounting of your TV would be the mess of cables stretching up the wall which ultimately ruins the beauty and look of the TV as well as the entire room. Though you are not a lover of other devices connected to the TV which would result in the mess of cables and floating shelving units, still you will have an ugly cord that is trailing down on the wall to the wall socket. This would ultimately give an impression of an ugly looking tail of your television. You need to pre-plan the instalment of your wall mount and consider the cords installed inside the walls or install a power outlet behind the TV or you can purchase a cord hider.
The most important aspect to consider before even buying the wall mount is to determine whether your wall hold and withstand the weight of the wall mount as well as the TV. Even the thinnest and lightest TV in the contemporary market gets a bit heavier when mounted on the wall along with the weight of the wall mount. Consider a stud or two in order to anchor the screws on the location you have decided to install the wall mount. Remember, never attempt to use drywall anchors to hang your wall mount as well as the TV. Ultimately, your drywall anchors will get pulled and your TV will eventually end up at the floor.