What is trunking

This is a plastic channel that is attached to the wall from the TV to the skirting board. It houses the cables so they cant be seen.

What is cable embedding?

The wall is channelled out from behind the TV to either where the Virgin/Sky/DVD player is located or a safe distance from the electrical point. The cables are then placed in this channel and plastered over. Once dry, some light sanding may be required before repainting/papering by the customer.


What bracket should I have?

Close fit fixed non tilt bracket:

  • TV is fixed to the wall with no movement
  • TV size: All flat screens
  • Pros: Inexpensive, suitable to smaller TV's on plasterboard walls.
  • Cons: No movement, viewing is from head on

Tilt bracket: 

  • TV can be tilted up to 20 degrees from the top away from the wall.
  • TV size: All flat screens
  • Pros: Increased viewing angle
  • Cons: Tilt is only from the top of the TV

Semi full motion bracket:

  • TV can be fitted to the wall and pulled out when needed to the position required.
  • TV size: up to 50"
  • Pros: Ideal for corner installation as the TV can be out the way when not in use but pulled out for viewing
  • Cons: TV cannot be moved up or down to adjust height, wont sit flush to the wall

Full motion bracket:

  • Similar to the semi full motion bracket but with the addition of being able to move the TV up to 18" up or down for optimal viewing position.
  • TV size: up to 50"
  • Pros: Full movement of TV within a set range
  • Cons: Expensive, wont fit flush to the wall.