FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS
Question: Is it hard to install a tv bracket I have never installed one and I am unsure what to do.
Answer: Below are some great instructional videos. You are required to drill four holes for most standard size tv brackets and for heavier and older televisions over 40kg we recommend you use six holes in the wall. The next question is are you confident using a drill or have you used a drill before. If you have never used a drill then we recommend using the local paper or google to find a local tv installer man. We should have a "FIND AN INSTALLER" feature on the website in the next few weeks so I do apologise if it is not on the site currently.
Question: I am not sure if the size of the holes on the back of the television will suit the tv bracket I am looking to purchase.
Answer: These days both television and tv bracket manufacturers follow a standard VESA mounting bracket pattern. This means within reason most brackets rated for certain size televisions will fit. If you are unsure feel free to come into our store or give us a call to ensure the tv bracket mount you are looking to purchase with fit your TV.
Question: I have a curved TV do I need to purchase a special TV bracket ?
Answer: Yes some televisions need special spacers to suit the curved TV. We have a number of television brackets to suit such requirements. Give us a call or come into one of the shops Australia-wide
Question: I am concerned as my television weighs 50kg and the bracket says it can hold a maximum of 50kg what is your opinion if the bracket will be okay
Answer: Some of our brackets have a 50kg rating for weight. I personally weigh over 100kg and I have hung on 50kg brackets without fault for short periods of time. It is not recommended at all to overload the brackets but due to their high quality and strength they can take a few extra kilograms within reason
If you are struggling to understand what's involved with mounting a tv bracket, please have a look at the following videos we have picked out.