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full motion tv wall mount

We work with all types of 
wall mounting brackets


This service includes: 

  • Unpacking your TV
  • Securing the wall mount to the wall
  • Lifting the TV and securing it on the wall mount
  • Connecting cables & verifying that everything is working
  • Providing a consult on how to operate your new TV

If you already have a wall mounting bracket, we can work with that. Or we can provide one at a competitive price.

The two most common types of wall mounts are tilting and full-motion, which our installers carry with them. We work with other types of brackets as well, including ceiling, in-wall recessed, pull-downs, etc. 


There's a hardly a more logical place for a TV than above a fireplace, right? 

Which is why we get to do a lot of fireplace TV installation projects.

However, if that's the project you're thinking about, there a few things to keep in mind​

  • On some fireplaces (usually, the older ones) you can't use full-motion wall mounts. It all depends on the construction of the fireplace
  • Similarly, there can be issues with hiding the cables. (However, we may have a few tricks up our sleeves to address this)
  • It's a less than ideal place for the electronic components of the TV as they don't like the sharp temperature swings and especially they don't like heat. If the spot where you're going to hang the TV gets hotter than 110F then you maybe your TV should me mounted elsewhere 
tv above fireplace

A gorgeous fireplace goes nicely
with a gorgeous TV

tv wire concealment

Look, ma, no wires!


Many of our customers are looking for a way to hide the cables sticking out of their TV, inside the wall. We've completed hundreds of such projects and from the vantage point of our multi-year experience, here's what we have to say:

  • Hiding the cables may or may not be possible or economical depending on what's behind the wall where the TV is installed
  • Power cables present a whole different challenge. These cannot be put inside the wall. The only way to "hide" the power cable and still be compliant with the building code, is to build a power receptacle on the wall right behind the TV
  • Hiding the cables and dropping them vertically down is a relatively easy project. If you need the cables to run sideways, that will require more work
  • The cables behind the TV need to be properly organized and managed using cable ties to prevent them from getting in between the moving parts of the wall mount and getting damaged or cut 
  • Where there is no access to the inside of the wall (e.g., concrete walls or certain types of fireplaces), we use cable conduits that are secured on top of the wall, which provide the aesthetically pleasing and tidy look


There are scientific studies that show that we judge the quality of the video, in big part, by the quality of the sound that accompanies that video. So the easiest, fastest, most economical way to upgrade the picture quality is to install a good sound system. 

Modern home theatre system provide a truly immersive experience. It like going to a movie theatre (but without that tall big guy that decides to sit in front, or that little kid sitting behind you, making noises while the movie is playing and kicking the back of your chart all the time.)

​Now that most new systems are wireless, it's become easier to install them. However, wires of no wires, a home theatre system needs to be properly calibrated.  Each room's layout is different and the sound can bounce off walls, the floor, the ceiling, the furniture, etc in so many different ways. 

Home Theatre Installation

A gorgeous fireplace goes nicely
with a gorgeous TV

commercial tv installation

There is hardly a business nowadays 
that doesn't use digital displays


​Commercial TV installation work is, in fact, our primary business. After all, it's hard to think about a type of business these days that doesn't rely on a heavy use of digital displays in their operations. 

Restaurants and bars use TVs in their dining area to showcase special promos and stream sports content. They also use digital menu boards and kitchen monitors in the back of the house.

​Hotels equip their rooms and lobbies with TVs to entertain and inform their guests to make their stay more pleasant.

Car dealerships use digital displays to help their customer know how soon their car will be ready, inform visitor about special deals​ and used vehicle inventory available on their lot. Managers use digital displays to see, compare, and improve the performance of their sales representatives.

Training centres, office boardrooms, building lobbies, elevators, and even places of worship, all of them embrace the use of digital display technology, modern AV solutions, and digital content.

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