TV stands allow you to make visual and audio components stand out in the workplace. Having Not only do they enhance the appearance of the TVs, but stands keep the expensive equipment safe and secure. They are an essential part of protecting your investment.
Your workplace will determine the type of TV stand you purchase. If you run a children’s dentist office, for example, opt for a bright colored TV stand. If you're an architectural firm, choose corner TV stands with quality craftmanship. When buying TV stands:
1. Determine the mood and style you're hoping to achieve in your workplace.
2. Protect expensive equipment with TV stands made to withstand the weight.
3. Lift the television off the ground to add a “Wow” factor.
Consider your materials when choosing a TV stand
You can find TV stands that are made to fit any sort of television you have, from plasma TV stands to kid-friendly stands. You must first determine what type of TV you need to fit. Then, you'll need to decide what material you'd like the stand to be made of, such as wood or veneer.
Know your dimensions before you buy TV stands
If you have a 42 inch TV, get a TV stand that holds a 42 inch TV. You're putting your electronics in jeopardy if you put a large television on a stand made for a small one, as each self is made to hold a certain weight, such as 100 lbs. Check the maximum loading of the unit, along with the measurements before purchasing it.
Opt for a TV lift instead of TV stand to add functionality to the office
Television lifts support your TV while maintaining much-needed office space. You can purchase TV stands with lifts built in, as well as free standing lifts you can put inside the case you already own. Lifts are perfect for an office environment because they allow the TV to become a showpiece in your waiting room, board room, lunch room or reception area.
- Measure the TV area in your office before purchasing a TV stand. This way, you won't buy one that's too large or too small for the space.