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Tips for using TV brackets in the kitchen

August 24, 2011
Posted in Cantilever TV Brackets, Ceiling TV Brackets — Written by Perry

Have you ever wanted to watch the news or catch up with your favourite TV programmes whilst you cook? Would you like to watch sports matches or other events on TV with your friends and family around the dinner table? If your answer to either of these questions is yes, you might want to consider installing TV brackets in your kitchen.

The first thing to consider is the size of TV screen you will need. There is often limited space in the kitchen and you can save the huge widescreen TVs for the living room, so a 10 inch or above screen should do the trick.

Next, you need to choose the right kind of TV bracket for the kitchen. It needs to be able to support the size and weight of the TV you want to mount, and it also needs to be compatible with the model.

Many people use either cantilever or ceiling TV brackets in the kitchen, as they are adjustable and don’t require as much wall space. With these brackets, you can tilt, turn and adjust the screen as you need to, whether you are cooking in one part of the kitchen, washing up in another or sat around the dining table. These brackets also keep the TV up and out of the way of splashes and spillages, as well as any other accidental damage.

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