It appears TV wall brackets have a head start in determining their practical use in the house. TV wall brackets became known and useful when TV flat panel televisions were introduced in the market place. Some people opted for the TV stands and cabinets since they were accustomed to it. However, televisions became bigger and lighter, and could not fit in the previous TV stands. New TV stands had to be manufactured and this took up more space in the room. People had difficulty moving around the television area without bumping the television set. Some TV stands became unstable because of the varying weight and size of the television models. An alternative had to be developed to address the lack of space in the room and the safety and security of the expensive television set.

TV brackets are accessories that are used to mount the television on the wall. Most, if not all homes have them installed as it gives a modern feel to the ambiance in a room. It resolves the issue of space since the television is relocated to the wall and does not take up any space in the room. It resolves the issue of safety and security since the television is attached to the wall and cannot fall from accidental bumps. The initial approach was simply to mount the TV screens on the wall similar to a painting. It resolved the issues of space and security but gave rise to other issues related to the comfort and viewing pleasure of the homeowners. The television set was fixed to the wall. It could not be moved easily to any other location in the room or the house for that matter. The screen could not be moved to face the audience squarely. The audience had to readjust their positions to enable facing the screen directly. Rather than look for an alternative to TV brackets, manufacturers took on the challenge of innovating and improving on them to address the concerns of the homeowners. The low profile or flush TV bracket is still considered a good accessory for people with small rooms since there is no need for any movement. People with small rooms were contented with the flush TV bracket and it was cheaper compared to other TV brackets. The space between the back of the television set and the brackets can be very small to make it appear that the television is set flush against the wall. You have to dismount the television set if you have to adjust or change the wires and cable.

Tilting TV brackets provide the flexibility of moving the television screen downwards or upwards. There is no sideways tilting. The number of tilt degrees varies depending on the model of the tilting TV brackets. Tilts could reach up to 90 degrees. The TV is set a distance away from the wall to allow for the tilting facility, and at the same time it allows easy access to the back of the television set. There is no need to dismount the television set to fix the wires and cable.

The cantilever TV bracket is a different style. There is a long arm which allows the TV to be mounted 4 to 6 inches away from the wall. This provides the TV brackets with more flexibility and allows the TV to be moved left to right. Some models have the tilt feature in addition to the sideways movement. It is considerably more expensive but the homeowner is assured that they can adjust the television until they achieve a good viewing position. Corner and ceiling TV brackets are other types of TV wall brackets. Each model has their advantage and benefits. The final TV wall bracket model will depend on your decision on where the television set will be located and the area where people will sit and watch the television programs. By installing a TV bracket, you can adjust the angle according to your needs so that you can enjoy a much better viewing experience. Rest assured there is a model that will meet your purpose and address your needs.

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