Dallas Installer Pro offers TV installation in Dallas, TX. Call 469-810-9393 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
At one time, installing a TV in your home was as simple as bringing home a fairly lightweight 20 to 25 inch television, taking it out of the box, plugging it in, and adding a set of rabbit ears. Of course, those were also the days when you were lucky if you got four channels, and if you weren’t home to watch a show, you simply missed it.
Though today’s flat screen TVs are significantly lighter weight per inch of screen, they tend to be huge compared to those of a generation ago. TVs that are 32 to 36 inches are considered budget models for cramped spaces, and home theater installations rarely have a TV smaller than 55 inches. As of 2019, the 75 inch TV is actually the fastest growing sector of the market. These giant models are simply unwieldy for the average homeowner to install.
Increasingly, we are relying on our TVs to do more than just play our favorite shows. Today’s smart TVs, featuring built-in Roku, Apple TV, or other services, give us access to the internet and a wide variety of streaming options all at the touch of a button. If you are new to the world of smart TVs, though, getting yours properly set up can be a bear.
In today’s world, whose TV stands alone? Whether you are setting up a full home theater or just creating a TV corner in your bedroom, chances are that you have a cable box, a game system or two, a sound bar or other external speakers, and perhaps a few other components in your setup. Getting everything to play nicely together can be challenging, especially if it’s not all the same brand.
Most people today opt to mount their TVs on the wall. This leads to such decisions as:
- What type of mount?
- What’s the optimum height and angle?
- Is any special hardware required for the type of wall (drywall, plaster, etc.)?
- Do I need to reinforce the mount in any way?
With so many factors to consider, it only makes sense to call in a professional installer. We know how to safely handle even giant screens, what mounting hardware is needed for different types of installations, how to hook up your various components and get them all running together, and even how to set up your smart TV. We will also neatly bundle cables out of the way to avoid tripping hazards and create a clean, finished aesthetic.
Call Dallas Installer Pro at 469-810-9393 for more information or to schedule an appointment.