TV Mounting Service Louisville KY

Laswell Security & Automation: Your One-Stop Shop for Expert TV Installation Services in or near Louisville KY.

If you’re looking for a professional and reliable TV installation service, look no further than Laswell Security & Automation! We provide expert installation and tv mounting services for your new flat screen TV, both inside your home and in outdoor living spaces. Whether you need simple installation of a large TV, or assistance connecting all your components (especially for that great tv wall in your patio), our team of experts can help. We’ll also help you determine the best spot to locate your new flatscreen and whether wall mounting is your best option. Contact us today for a free consultation! Security is our name, however our TV installation, configuration, mounting and setup is one of our most popular services.

Below are some guidelines, tips and information regarding having your TV mounted in Louisville KY. We here at Laswell hope that you find some value in the information below and consider using our tv mounting professionals for your next install! We not only serve Louisville, KY but all surrounding areas including Southern Indiana.

Why should you hire a professional to setup and install your Smart TV?

If you’re not confident in your abilities to properly and safely install a flat screen TV, it’s always best to hire a professional, and Laswell Security & Automation are your local pros. Television installation has come a long way in recent years, but there are still many delicate steps involved in the process. A licensed technician will have the experience and expertise necessary to get the job done quickly and efficiently.

In addition, having a professional tv installer will ensure that your tv is mounted correctly and securely. This is especially important if you have a large or expensive tv. With so much at stake, it’s simply not worth taking any chances! Hiring a pro will give you peace of mind knowing that your tv is installed correctly and won’t be going anywhere.

Which type of TV should I buy?

Now that you know the importance of hiring a professional to install your Smart TV, it’s time to decide which type of television is right for you. There are many different types and brands on the market, so it’s important to do your research before making a purchase.

Once you’ve decided on a few models that fit your budget and needs, be sure to read online reviews from other customers. This is one of the best ways to get an unbiased opinion about a product. With so much information at your fingertips, choosing the perfect television has never been easier!

Mount types

There are several different types of TV mounts, and you want to be sure you select the correct one when purchasing your new Smart TV. Luckily, each type typically comes with the appropriate mounting bracket for it’s configuration. Luckily, most TV wall mounts have extensive documentation that will tell you specifically which configurations, manufacturers and models they’re ideal for.

Here are a few of the most common types:

Standard TV Wall Mount

These mounts attach directly to your wall and allow you to tilt and swivel your television for the perfect viewing angle. TV wall mounts are a great choice if you don’t have a lot of space or want to save floor space. If you have a small television, you may want to consider mounting it on the wall. This will save space and give you more flexibility when it comes to arranging your furniture. If you have a large television, however, wall mounting may not be an option. Another option is to build a custom cabinet or stand to house your television. This is a great option if you want to have the TV at eye level or if you want to use it as a piece of furniture in your home. You can also add storage to this type of setup, which is perfect for homes with limited space.

Ceiling Mount

A ceiling TV mount are perfect for large setups, and they often come with motorized features that allow you to adjust the angle at the touch of a button. This type of mount is ideal for home theaters or large living rooms. Be sure to take into account the ceiling type (drywall, plaster, tile) and check the manufacturer’s recommendation, you certainly don’t want to have to call out a contractor to repair plaster!

Tilting Mount

A tilting TV mount allow you to tilt your TV forward and backward, which is great for eliminating glare and finding the perfect viewing angle. They’re a popular choice for kitchens and bedrooms where you might not have a lot of space on the wall.

Full Motion TV Mount

A full motion TV mount give you the most flexibility when it comes to viewing your TV. These mounts allow you to swivel, tilt, and extend your television, so you can always find the perfect angle. A full motion mount is a great choice for rooms where you might want to watch TV from different parts of the room. NOTE: This type of mount will usually require a special full motion bracket to work appropriately.

Cables! Cables! Cables!

Hiding all the cables and wires can be a daunting challenge. There are so many ways to try and hide unsightly cords, but it seems like no matter what you do they always find a way to peek out and ruin the look of your otherwise perfect setup. But never fear, there are a few tips and tricks that can help you get your wires under control. Hidden wires can also help avoid tripping hazards!

First, consider where your tv is going to be mounted. If possible, choose a spot that has easy access to outlets or hiding places for cords. This will make it easier to conceal the cords without having to run them through walls or floors.

TV wall mounting, particularly on a brick wall or a fireplace can make it even more challenging to hide wires.

Smart TV’s and New Homes

One of the first things you need to do when moving into a new construction home is figure out where you want to put your television and include it in the project details with your contractor. This can be a difficult task because there are so many factors to consider. The size of your television, the layout of your room, and the type of construction materials used in your home all play a role in determining the best place to mount your TV.

Outdoor Installations

Yep, we handle those too.  You absolutely should work with a professional when wall mounting a TV outdoors, there are many factors that change when the elements get involved.  Plus you want to know what you should or shouldn’t have near your TV (looking at you, grill).

Some helpful items once your TV is mounted

Parental Controls

Now that you have your TV mounted, it may be a good idea to set up parental controls, make sure you take advantage of this important safety feature! Most Smart have built in parental controls that allow you to restrict the type of content that your children can watch. This is an excellent way to keep them safe and protect them from inappropriate content. The following steps are fairly general, but most setups use a version of the steps below. Consult your manufacturer’s documentation for steps specific to your devices.

To activate parental controls on your Smart TV:

-Open the main menu and select Settings

-Select Parental Controls

-Enter a PIN code

-Select the type of content you want to restrict

-Save your changes

Parental controls are a great way to keep your children safe while they’re watching TV. Most Smart TVs have built in parental controls that allow you to restrict the type of content that your children can watch. This is an excellent way to keep them safe and protect them from inappropriate content.

Using voice commands

If you’re looking for a way to control your TV without the use of a traditional remote, you may be wondering if there’s a way to use voice commands. While not all TVs have this feature built-in, many smart TVs do come with voice control capabilities. In most devices, the remote control acts as your ‘microphone’, check your manufacturer’s guide or your on-screen settings for voice command setup.

You might think that because your friend or family member is handy and can help with a mount project, they would be the perfect person to help you mount your new smart TV! But before you ask them for a hand, consider this: mounting a smart TV is more complicated than just hanging a heavy picture.

There are a few things that can go wrong when mounting a smart TV, such as not properly attaching the TV to the wall mount or not connecting all of the cords correctly. If something does go wrong when they attempt to mount a TV, if your friend or family member makes a mistake, it could void the warranty on your new TV. We’re not saying our cousin Derrick isn’t a great guy (we changed his name so as not to hurt Brian’s feelings…oops), but when it comes installing one of your biggest investments, it’s best to pay a pro once

It’s always a good idea to be cautious when asking for help from friends and family members when it comes to mounting your new Smart TV. While many people may seem handy, there are several things that could go wrong during the installation process. If something does go wrong and your warranty is voided, you may end up having to pay more money to get it done right.

In the words of the immortal Red Adair, “If You Think It’s Expensive To Hire A Professional To Do The Job, Wait Until You Hire An Amateur.”

 Contact Laswell Security & Automation below for all your home entertainment installation needs. We can also help with full Home Theater setups.

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