24 February

Guide for Outdoor TV Mounting

More people are using television mounts to mount their tvs. In the present tvs are becoming more popular and cheaper. Modern TVs provide good flexibility in viewing angles and positions, save space, and look better overall. An outdoor TV enclosure is a go to choice for putting your TV outdoors. with the outstanding modern features in tvs like impact resistance, flexibilty and availibilty of affordable piece of hardware  is the reason that is encouraging people to mount their tvs in the outdoors. we at WMT have an team of experts who do the outdoor tv mounting like no other.

Do you like to hangout in your backyard ? or by the pool then mounting an outdoor tv is a good option for you. outdoors tv installation is easy. However there are few things you should know before grabbing the tools.

Few things you should know before mounting tv outdoors

Firstly, decide whether you want to mount a standard TV or an all-weather TV outside. It all depends on your preferences when it comes to mounting a TV outside. If you choose a standard TV, consider whether you will need a cabinet or cover to protect it from potential outdoor hazards. All weather TVs, on the other hand, protect against extreme temperatures, humidity, and precipitation.

Secondly, outdoor mount is equally important as the outdoor tv. A standard indoor mount, while initially strong, can succumb to temperature fluctuations and moisture. You can always buy quality outdoor mounts from HTG or Amazone. This can easily lead to rust, which can look bad and eventually cause the entire system to fall apart. All-weather TVs are also heavier than their indoor counterparts and may be too heavy for a standard mount to support. Finally, while a low-profile TV mount may work well indoors, you’ll want one that allows you to adjust the viewing angle for glare.

Thirdly, If you don’t have a suitable wall or can’t find the right angle, you can opt for a post-mounted option, which will necessitate some additional work and construction on your part. This entails constructing a frame for your TV cabinet and attaching a post or pole to the frame.

fourthly, Of course, none of this matters if you don’t have the right cables or a place to plug them in. we at wemounttv offer two type of wire managment service, wire concealment and in-wall wire hiding service. Your cables, like everything else outside, must withstand the elements. Don’t expect to see the same effects if you use standard wires and cables outside.
At best, the cables will wear out and stop working properly, but at worst, stripped or frayed cables can be a hazard that puts you and others in danger.

List of steps to install an outdoor mount

  1. Drilling holes for brackets:

Mark the holes where you intend to attach the wall mount bracket with a pencil or marker. Drill the holes, being careful not to go too deep so that the anchors and screws go through the other side of the wall.

2. Anchors Installation:

Use a hammer or rubber mallet to insert the anchors. If you use too much force, you may crack the wall or damage the anchor. Use only enough force to get the anchors into the holes.

3. Brackets mounting:

This step will differ depending on the brand and type of wall mount you use, but most wall brackets use a bolt-mounting system for added strength and weight bearing. Using the included lag bolts, secure the mounting bracket to the wall with a wrench.

4. Cable management:

Begin arranging your cables and determining the best way to keep them organized before putting your TV in place. A power cable is required at the very least. If you only intend to stream media from your smart TV, connecting to your home’s WiFi should be simple. If you want to watch live TV through your provider, you’ll need to figure out how to connect your TV to your cable box, which may require drilling into your home or a lot of cable.

5. Finally TV mounting:

Connect the wall bracket to the bracket you’ve installed on your TV. Extra bolts and nuts may be required depending on the type of mount. Follow the installation instructions that came with your mounting kit.