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Reasons why people use ceiling TV brackets

August 22, 2011
Posted in Ceiling TV Brackets — Written by Tina

The standard installation for LCD TVs may be to mount them flat on the wall, but there are also other ways to fit TVs using more flexible TV brackets.

Suspending TV brackets from the ceiling using ceiling TV brackets is more common in homes than you might think, and it can be a really useful option if you don’t have the wall space available for a standard installation.

You may have spotted ceiling TV brackets commonly used in commercial premises and public places, especially in transport hubs like airports, bus and train stations where a large number of people need to see the screen at once. For a similar reason, TVs are mounted on the ceiling in doctors and dentist waiting rooms, as well as in office receptions, libraries and even in sports bars.

This trend for ceiling mounting has now spread to homes, particularly where people have limited space available. Ceiling-mounted TVs are commonly found in spare bedrooms, kitchens and in smaller living rooms. The TV is kept up and out of the way, but it can be tilted down or rotated round so that everyone can see the screen.

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