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If you've recently purchased a new flat panel LCD or plasma TV, you may be considering mounting it to the wall. Many people are doing this, but there are some questions that need to be answered first.
What were you looking to spend? Do you know about the different types of wall mounts? What size screen does your TV have and which type is it? (plasmas are significantly heavier than LCD's)
You may also be curious if mounting a TV is a do-it-yourself project or if you need a professional. I am here to wade through the information and give you some answers and to point out some things you might not have considered. The goal is to make you an informed purchaser so you will be happy and protect your investment. Join me, won't you?
In the event you are looking for a flat screen wall mount we are only a mouseclick away. We also have plenty of information on your television wall mounts.
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