TV Wall Mounting Sutton Coldfield

Wall-mounted TVs look great.  Mounting your flatscreen TV on a wall also makes your room feel larger.

You don’t need a bulky TV cabinet when your TV is mounted at the correct height.

With a mounting-arm,  you can reposition your TV to face different parts of the room.  You can even use an adjustable mount to move the TV away from the wall for better cinematic sound quality from the TV speakers.

To get long lasting, high quality results, it is wise to call on our experienced team to do carry out the installation.

We are known by many businesses and home-owners, as the leading company for TV wall mounting in Sutton Coldfield.

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Why Choose MKH for TV Wall Mounting in Sutton Coldfield?

We take a great deal of care to use the right equipment to mount your TV safely and we don’t charge over the top fees for our top-quality installation service.

Safety is paramount with wall mounted TVs both for the TV and the structure of the wall.

Badly mounted TVs can damage the TV or the wall and neither are cheap to replace.

Before we wall-mount your TV, we determine the type of wall or structure that the TV is to be mounted and the size and weight of the television.

Beautiful wall mounted tv in Sutton Coldfield by MKH

Secure TV Mount Fixings

If the wall we are to mount the TV on is dry-lined with plasterboard or studs, we use different mounts and equipment than with wet-plaster or plain brick.

Softer surfaces won’t support normal wall-plugs so special fixing are used for a hard wearing and reliable attachment.

The Right Brackets For Your Wall & TV

We also take care to select a suitable bracket for the TV and wall. Brackets come in a range of styles and sizes to allow for different sizes of screen and for tilting and panning the screen to face different parts of the room.

We ensure that we use brackets large enough for the TV screen you have. Without sufficient support, your TV could in time damage the mountings or the wall and even fall and break.

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MKH provide the right brackets and using fixings to suit the specific type of surface, TV size and your needs for repositioning the TV to suit different purposes.

High Quality Workmanship

Our workmanship is unsurpassed, but we work hard to make our prices as keen as possible. This is just one of the reasons we have grown as a business over the last two decades.

To arrange a quote and TV wall mounting service in Sutton Coldfield, please contact us for a free quote.

Trust MKH Aerials to install the style of wall mounting you want, in the finish you prefer without fuss or mess.

Sutton Coldfield TV Wall Mounting Service by MKH

What Our Customers Say

Haleema Masood

Excellent customer service by Mark and his team. Highly recommended! Mark took down our old TV from a corner bracket and placed our new TV on the opposite wall.

The work was done very nearly, all wires were hidden.

Beautiful job done. Thank you very much Mark!

Gregory Chapman

I emailed MKH about mounting a TV onto the wall in my house. Mark got back to me promptly and he came around with his team the next day to carry out the work. They were very friendly, very professional and very good value. The job was really neat and tidy.

From my experience, I would highly recommend MKH.

Wall Mounting In Sutton Coldfield Areas

We serve the whole of Sutton Coldfield, Solihull, Birmingham and surrounding areas such as:

  • Boldmere
  • Falcon Lodge
  • Four Oaks
  • Little Aston
  • Maney
  • Mere Green
  • Roughley
  • Minworth

TV Wall Mounting FAQ

A. This depends on many factors, such as: The size of TV, the size and type of bracket to be used, any connecting cables that may need extending, how to conceal the cables and the structure of the wall.

A. Firstly, is the wall suitable for fitting a TV to, is there a power point where the TV is to be sighted, do any other cables that will connect to the TV fit from their existing position and can the cables be buried in the wall or in decorative trunking?

A. Full motion brackets will move at all angles and are best suited to a TV that will be fitted in a corner of a room generally. Full motion brackets are much heavier than flat to wall brackets!

A. Flat to wall brackets are ideal in the centre of a wall, do not turn side to side and have a forward tilt if required. They are also much sturdier if the wall is plasterboard than a full motion bracket would be.

A. Using the correct brackets, knowing what the wall structure is, using correct wall fixings and having the right tools it is possible.

A. As most TV’s now are thin and flat, it is strongly recommended that two people hold either end from the bottom and sides to lift and position the TV, the TV may have to be removed a few times during installation.

A. Though this is possible, for many reasons it can be troublesome… for instance if a cable fails you can’t change it, burying cables requires a lot of remedial work such as plastering and redecoration. However if it’s a stud wall or plasterboard has been spotted and dabbed into place it can be possible to fish cables between the plasterboard and brickwork.

A. Yes these types of installations are great for concealing cables, all cabling is fitted outside with external heavy weight conduit.

A. All wall structures are suitable if the correct type of bracket, fixings and techniques are used, though larger TV’s on heavy full motion brackets are not suitable for mounting on plasterboard or studded walls.

A. As a general the answer would be No as plasterboard is not strong enough to hold the weight of a large TV and full motion bracket.

A. If you are changing to a similar sized TV then you shouldn’t encounter any problems and the bracket should fit.

A. Burying cables in walls comes with a few problems as explained earlier, therefore cables being concealed in ‘D’ line decorative conduit is much more practical and much less expensive.

A. Yes this is the perfect situation to Wall mount a TV without any cables being visible.

A. Yes if there is a heat deflecting source such as a shelf or fire surround that will stop heat rising directly under the TV.

A. Yes, but a slight gap should always be left between the two to avoid sound vibration.

A. The internet is full of TV wall brackets ranging from cheap to very expensive, some of the cheaper ones are of very poor quality such as the gauge of the steel being very thin and weak making them liable to twist. Most installers will carry their own trade rated brackets, though slightly more expensive than cheap online types they will serve the project much better in the long run.