TV bracket manufacturers and dealers continuously advertise to the general public on the ease and speed of installing TV wall brackets in your home. Some of them emphasize in the instruction booklet there are only three quick steps required to mount a flat panel screen on the wall. DIY enthusiasts and professionals support the claims that installing brackets can be done quickly with very little effort. If you ever installed a TV bracket, you will understand why it is so quick and easy to do it. They also advise you to be very sure on the location in the wall as it will be difficult relocating the TV wall brackets to different locations on the wall.
The basic reason is dismanting the brackets can be tiring and time consuming. Keep note that you are encouraged to fix the brackets firmly and securely on studs and joints to ensure that it will not rip off the wall once the television is mounted on the brackets. As such, it is no easy task removing them from their secured positions. Dealers and distributors should provide easy-to-follow instructions and demonstrations on dismanting the brackets from the wall. The information can be very useful when you have to move the television to another location. Although the brackets are fairly strong and sturdy, you should dismantle them with care so the holes and plates are not disturbed and out of shape. The metal used on the brackets is strong and can not be easily restored to its original shape.
Some specialist manufacturers have a quick dismantling system in their TV sets. These TV sets have a teardrop slot which allows the screws to slide back and lock the latch in place. Unlocking the latch facilitates dismounting the TV and removing the TV bracket. If your TV bracket has been in place for a long time, it may be difficult to take out the screws and remove the bolts from the nuts. In some instances, because of the weight and strain of the television on the brackets, the screws and bolts might bend slightly out of position. Since the screws are firmly embedded on the studies and joints, it becomes doubly unscrewing them from their present positions.
Some people try to widen the holes so the screws can come out easily. However, a hole is created, making it unsafe to put screws in that exact location again. You have to cover the hole with some resin or hardening material to make the spot reusable later on. Since TV brackets have colorful designs and look elegant even without a TV mounted on it, some people prefer having TV wall brackets in other locations of the home, ready for mounting televisions when the need arises. Coloring the brackets with the same color as the room allows it to blend with the decor of the room and makes it inconspicuous.
There are different TV brackets in the market. The type of bracket will depend on the location and the television's weight and size. They are manufactured for specific TV brands and models, and by providing the television's specifications, dealers can easily point you to the appropriate TV brackets. Your main concern on the safety of the television can be addressed immediately. To be definitely sure about the strength, you can ask them to demonstrate the different types of applicable TV brackets. You may still need to make some decisions on the aesthetic aspects. They come in different colors and designs to help you determine which fits your room's ambiance.