Our timely service and precise appointment times ensure that with less stress, you can get back to life as usual. EXPERIENCED & Competent. Many of our installers have years of experience in this area.
- We have been in business for more than 5 years, training all our installers.
- Electricians on workers authorised
- We will do it properly if you need the receptacle covered or relocated.
- We regard our clients with the highest respect.
- Our installers are non-smokers, are polite and courteous, come with references, and have reviewed their criminal history.
Mounting Wall (Regular Wall)
Periodic wall, drywall and studs… It’s hard to wall-mount a TV, isn’t it?
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Flat / inclined wall mounts are secure to use on drywall, for example. Of course, the installer would need to use the graded anchors for the correct weight (your TV plus the weight of the wall mount itself.)
If you opt for a full-motion mount, so the wall load is even higher. That implies that the studs need to be protected by the bracket. We’d have to open the wall and re-enforce it if the studs aren’t in the right place.
There is also a variation in the form of studs used on your wall. Steel studs are malleable and both the screws and wooden studs do not hold. That means they can’t bear too much of a burden on it.
If you still want to cover the cables after hanging the TV on the wall, knowing what’s behind the drywall is important. Is the entire room empty or is it packed with insulation? Are there any ducts, electric cables, or tubing for plumbing? (And with the drill, you certainly don’t want to touch all of these.)
A TV Above Fireplace Mounting
No Canadian home without a fireplace is full (or several fireplaces). And it makes too much sense to add a large-screen TV on top of it. It’s quite normal. It’s like yin and yang, ping and pong, pepper and salt. There are a few things for you to remember before going ahead and mounting a TV on top of your fireplace:
The fireplace might not be the ideal location for the “health,” of TVs.
The heat from the fireplace can cause overheating of the electronics. And the dust carried up by hot air will clog the vents on interfaces and components or form deposits.
Some fireplaces are designed without studs, which preclude complete travel mounts (but regular flat or tilted mounts are okay in almost all cases.)
Paint, mortar, stone, or porcelain tile can be the front finish. Mounting a TV on it ensures that holes are made. Tiles and stones will break. Bricks are allowed to come loose.
It isn’t possible to hide cables inside those fireplaces. Nevertheless, we’ve come up with a few “tricks” over the years and hundreds of installs to keep the cables on the outside to make them barely visible.
Condos & Hi-Rise Units Apartment
It makes too much sense to hang a TV on a wall in a condo or an apartment unit: every square inch of space is a value. And not only is the TV that’s on the wall more fun to watch, it saves you too much room! It’s like your spot has just gotten larger.
A whole new collection of future problems to take into consideration is posed by high-rise building. Load bearing walls, concrete walls, or too thin and flimsy walls, “buried” HVAC units within the wall, etc… It’s just a short list of items that need to be reviewed before the job can begin.
Generally, in condos, we advise our clients NOT to use full-motion wall mounts. The lever is long when the arm of the mount is stretched, and the force that twists and pushes the bracket away from the wall is so solid! If the wall gives way, the amazing brand new TV comes down, smashing on whatever happens to be under it.
GTA TV Wall Mounting By North Team is located nearby Downsview Dells Park (2515 Jane St, North York, ON M3L 1M4, Canada), Chalkfarm Park (2230 Jane St, North York, ON M3L 2J1, Canada), Ridge Park (85 Ridge Rd, Toronto, ON, Canada) and Tumpane Public School (48 Tumpane St, North York, ON M3M 1L8, Canada).
Address: – 8 Tumpane St, North York, Toronto, ON, M3M 1L6, CANADA (43.72445526176015, -79.50164965981989)
Phone: – (647) 471-7273
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