TV Mounting with Optional Audio or Sound-Bar Installation from Mitchell Technologies (54% Off)

San Antonio

Value Discount You Save
$85 54% $46
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In a Nutshell

Modern, flat-screen televisions are mounted on the wall by professionals that can also install sound bars for better audio

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid only within 60 miles of zip code 78130. Appointment required, 48 hour advance notice required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per household. Valid only for option purchased. Parts and materials not included, but may be purchased for additional fee. Home theatre installation available for additional fee. Additional $75/hour labor charge for time over. Extra fee for outside 60 mile radius-Call merchant with any questions or concerns ahead of time. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $39 for mounting for a TV of up to 80 inches, valid for up to an hour of work ($85 value)
  • $79 for mounting for a TV of up to 80 inches plus audio or sound-bar installation, valid for up to two hours of work ($170 value)

Mounting a Flat-Screen TV: Getting the Best of Gravity

Getting a TV that weighs as much as a 7-year-old to stay up on a wall isn’t necessarily easy. Take a look at some factors a professional installer considers.

The right stuff: There are plenty of wall mounts on the market, and the right one for you depends on several factors. How much does your TV weigh? Do you want the TV to remain stationary or to swivel? What’s your wall made of? An installer will use these questions to help you decide, then place the mount at or just above eye level when viewers are seated or hanging from the chandelier, depending on where you like to watch. If your room’s aesthetics demand it, a swivel mount gives you some wiggle room to place the TV higher on the wall, then tilt it down toward the viewer.

Getting the power: If you don’t have a power outlet near the space where your TV will be mounted, your installer may be able to help by running electricity to a new outlet created directly behind the TV, where a cord won’t be visible.

Nothing crooked here: TV mounts are drilled into the wall, so it’s important they’re as level as possible the first time around. An experienced installer knows how to use a level and a stud finder to make the set both straight and secure.

Hiding the seams: If you plan to connect components such as a cable box or a gaming system, hiding the wires can be tricky. Installers can suggest many solutions, which might include running wires inside the wall, setting up a remote-control relay to components located away from the TV, using a specially designed cable concealer, or planting a row of tall grass along the baseboards.

Customer Reviews

Professional and responsible company, absolutely know their job, highly recommended
Ezequiel Q. · January 22, 2015

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