OVERVIEW OF A TYPICAL TV INSTALL PROCESS
A phone conversation with one of our amazing Account Representatives describing the specifics of the project. Usually we can give you an accurate estimate as long as you know what it is your looking to do up front. Once estimate is approved and in most cases a deposit is received we then move on to scheduling the Installation.
If necessary, a preliminary site visit can be arranged. This typically is done for custom solutions and or clients that want advise and different options. We call it educating our clients.
Initial Prep Setup
A professional installer arrives at the scheduled time and performs any preliminary work, Including unpacking televisions and mounting hardware.
A mount to hold the television is installed. Typically these are wall-mount or ceiling-mount frames that are either fixed, swivel-mount or featuring a flexible arm. A load test is always conducted with every mount. Below is a mounting bracket guide to better help you select a mounting bracket right for you.
The television is then secured to the mounting hardware.
Audio/Video cables are then run from the television to the signal source. Our technicians will conceal these cables in the ceiling or wall or, otherwise, neatly arrange them depending on your needs.
At the conclusion of your install, you will be asked to sign a completion form that helps us ensure a quality installation and your complete satisfaction. You will also receive a phone call after your installation to make sure your TV installation was as pleasant as you hoped. Ellissontvmounting.com wants to make sure you are 100% satisfied. We are highly rated for having great customer service.
We offer a lifetime installation warranty on craftsmanship. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
We can provide supplies such as cables, mounts, and brackets at reasonable cost. Advance notice is appreciated. We carry a wide selection of cables, including: HDMI, coaxial, composite, RCA, VGA, and plenum-rated cables for fire safety.
We have installed televisions in many commercial and educational environments, such as: churches, classrooms, schools, lecture halls, conference centers, night clubs, bars and restaurants, casinos, hotels, retail stores and showrooms, banks and financial institutions. Knowing the features and advantages of the different types of television mounts will help when choosing which type of mount to purchase.
We have provided a chart below to assist you with selecting the right mount for your project.