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Professional TV Wall Mounting & Installations in Perth

Give your TV the Hollywood look with a high class install from Pro TV Perth. Pro TV is trusted by 700 households every year to safely and expertly mount their TVs – it’s all we do, and we know how to do it right!

Professional TV mounting involves more than just screwing a bracket to the wall…

We will ensure the right position and height, check cabling and connections, and generally make sure that your TV is installed safely and correctly so all you need to do is sit back and enjoy your TV stress-free!

How much does it cost to get my TV wall-mounted?

Save your money for the popcorn. Expert TV installation at an honest price.

Calculate the cost of your TV installation

  1. Select cost for labour and bracket from the tables here ($199 or $249)
  2. Add cost of cable options, if needed for your wall/install ($99 to $199)
  3. Consider premium brackets, Sanus brackets and Soundbars.

TVs, 37”-75”

$ 199 Inc. Fitting & Flat/Tilt Bracket
  • $99 - Internal single brick wall (surface cables),
  • or +$129 - Internal single brick wall with conduits (new build),
  • or +$199 - Cavity wall (external)

XL TVs, 77”-86”

$ 249 Inc. Fitting & Flat/Tilt Bracket
  • $99 - Internal single brick wall (surface cables),
  • or +$129 - Internal single brick wall with conduits (new build),
  • or +$199 - Cavity wall (external)

Why do I need a professional to wall mount my TV?

We’ve been fitting TVs since 92’ – long before they were flat! – so we’ve seen it all…

We will make sure that:

Every year, Pro TV completes dozens of refits, due to a DIY job gone wrong; an incorrect or poor quality bracket was used or the TV was installed in the wrong place or height. 

Most DIY jobs do not deal with the cables properly, leaving you with a very poor-looking, incomplete job – it’s best to get the professionals in!

See Pro TV in action and work out which cable options you will need

Watch James mount a 65” TV to a brick cavity wall and talk you through the process…
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What can I say that hasnt already been said. James is the consummate professional and the exemplar for exceptional service.
Jason Linford
Jason Linford
08:52 03 Dec 20
James from Pro TV recently replaced the cabling at my home for my TV antenna and did a great job. He was very friendly and professional to deal with and arrived on time. I would recommend him for your antenna repairs.
David Trimble
David Trimble
00:29 24 Nov 20
James from Pro TV Perth wall mounted my not so small 85 inch TV for me. Looks absolutely fantastic and his guidance on where to put it was spot on. Brilliant service. Highly recommended.
Stuart Campbell
Stuart Campbell
06:00 13 Nov 20
John Dunlop
John Dunlop
04:00 08 Nov 20
ProTV provide a professional, fast, value-for money and friendly service. Have used James for several years and wouldn’t trust anyone else with my TV or antenna installations. Five star service always.
Sharon Blockley
Sharon Blockley
01:54 07 Nov 20
James was prompt and professional, knew his stuff and provided a high quality service, very happy with the result.
07:02 05 Nov 20

TV Bracket Guide

Not sure which TV bracket you need?

Pro TV only uses brackets from leading professional brands such as Digitek, Secura and the premium high-end brackets from Sanus. Whatever angle or position your TV requires, we’ll supply the right bracket for the job – fitted perfectly to look great and stay safely in place.

We install hundreds of TV’s every year, trouble free, in a single visit! 

These brackets generally can’t be adjusted and will fit very close to the wall, often very difficult to fit on the larger TVs. If the TV is using any rear-facing connections, or if you have any outlets behind the TV, then they are best avoided as there often won’t be enough space behind the TV.
After fitting thousands of TVs, we have found the flat/tilt brackets to be the best for regular large TV installs. They sit in a flat position and have the tilt option, are easier to adjust when installed, and will also leave some hand-access around the TV which is very useful for cables/outlets and your TV won’t feel trapped against the wall.
Regular tilt brackets can still sit in a flat position, but they do stick off the wall more as they allow more tilt, typically around 15 degrees. However, this can equate to around 6cm or more when left in the flat position, and these are only used for large TVs which are mounted in higher positions
These brackets come in a variety of sizes and, with single/double/triple arm combinations available, they allow for greater flexibility for angling the TV. Useful for TVs in corner positions, or if a particular viewing angle is needed, and can provide very handy access for recessed TVs.

The ultimate home theatre cinema experience

A professional TV wall mount installation that will transform your entertainment area into the hub of your home.

FAQs about Wall-mounted TV's

It will come down to the TV size and bracket type, either a flat/tilt type or cantilever. If it’s a large TV, cable options usually apply to complete the job, they typically range from $99.00-$199.00. Additional information is on the cable options page.

In addition to the labour and bracket for TV wall mounts, most TVs will require some sort of cabling to be completed, this often includes HDMI cables, Optical, TV, DATA and in some cases power leads.

Most standard large TVs require that all cables are 3 metres. Some installations maybe plus or minus the odd cable and it’s ok to mix and match cables depending on your individual installation.

We have these to hand and can supply them if needed for your  TV installation. All HDMI leads are the latest 4K versions.

If you are looking for a quote for commercial TV installation or domestic installation for multiple TVs, please get in touch so we can tailor a quote to your requirements.

Yes we do, they have proved to be very popular in recent years so we can fit these for you, these are best fitted during the TV installation, in most cases it maybe just additional labour if needed and occasionally a power lead so it will not cost much more.

We also have a range of premium Sanus universal soundbar brackets which can come in very useful on some installations.

If in doubt just ask, I am always happy to help.

You can only hide cables if there is a gap in the wall to do so, most
large TV installations are either going on an internal wall (single
brick wall) or the outside double brick cavity wall.

If you have a double brick cavity wall, then yes the cables can be

If you have conduits in place “typically new builds” then yes that’s
fine, conduits are often chased in the wall during the build which
allows cables to be not be visible on an internal wall.

If its an single brick internal wall then the cables are often housed in
a cosmetic AV trunking below the TV.

Apartments are the same rule, if there is gap then no problem.

If your own bracket is up to the Pro TV high standards, then yes.
Buying your own bracket or cables will often work out more
expensive but typically you can deduct $50.00 from the initial labour
and bracket cost.

Please note many people pay too much for brackets, or may buy
poor bracket, so it’s best avoided. The main exception would be “no
gap” wall mounts for some QLED or Picture Frame TVs.

It’s not possible to quote on these installations as I won’t know what you’ve got until I arrive at the house.

TVs are bigger and lighter than ever before, the vast majority can be lifted into place by 1 man, however it’s wise to ensure there is someone at the house during installation that may be able to assist with the final lift, especially important with TVs in the 65” range and above and for any TVs that are delicate to pick up, OLED TVs for example as they are wafer thin and need to be handled with care.
Some appartments and offices especially in the CBD locations may require additional labour due to building access and parking restrictions, or even parking charges may apply. If your property or location is like this then it’s wise to allow some extra labour if needed and notify me when making an enquiry.

The optical audio lead will retrieve the digital audio signal from the TV and they are essential for wall mounted TVs (these cables are often overlooked!). You may want to add a soundbar or an amplifier later if you don’t already have one.

Also known as HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface), HD leads deliver picture and sound via one cable. The latest version is V2.0 and will handle the latest 4K standards (higher bandwidth/ frame rates) also a whole raft of digital audio formats including ARC (audio return channel) which are useful for soundbar installs/ connections. We also carry slimline HDMI leads (for any tight-fitting conduits) and standard 5m HDMI cables.
Gyprock walls are common in apartments and offices, its ok and safe to mount large TVs. Flat type brackets are best as this allows for the weight to be spread out evenly, it’s not advisable to try and mount a cantilever bracket on Gyprock as they can be front heavy unless the proper wooden studs and timber supports have already been fitted.
No. But make sure you book in advance as its a popular day for TV installations!
Many people assume that one large TV can be simply be changed for another, but it’s often not the case. It’s always wise to budget on full new installation costs when changing over large TVs, in some cases, the bracket may need changing or it may need to be moved to suit the new TV screen height, you may also need the latest 4K HDMI leads, other cables may not reach or could be missing to suit what the new TV requires. Any labour or cables not used can then be deducted from the new install costs.
The “One Connect” TVs are mostly on the Picture Frame and some high-end QLED TVs. These TVs have a separate AV/HDMI box with the “One Connect” cable to the TV. This is a good idea from Samsung but they can be tricky to install on certain wall types due to the cable itself. The connector is best described like an oversized HDMI connector so it often won’t fit in the conduits for example. If you have one of these TVs then make it known when making enquiries about installations.
James was easy to deal with, efficient and well priced. Would highly recommend and will definitely use again.
Meredith Anne
Meredith Anne
06:54 04 Dec 20
James from Pro TV recently replaced the cabling at my home for my TV antenna and did a great job. He was very friendly and professional to deal with and arrived on time. I would recommend him for your antenna repairs.
Dave Trimble
Dave Trimble
00:30 24 Nov 20
Thanks James for coming to instal my TV a few weeks back, even if it took me a year to confirm a date! Thanks for being so patient and for your friendly service and helpful advice. Happy to recommend 💯
Sheree Jefferies
Sheree Jefferies
13:10 11 Nov 20
Very helpful over the phone. Fixed the problem efficiently and provided helpful advice.
Michelle Mundy
Michelle Mundy
10:31 10 Nov 20
ProTV provide a professional, fast, value-for money and friendly service. Have used James for several years and wouldn’t trust anyone else with my TV or antenna installations. Five star service always.
Christian Blockley
Christian Blockley
01:56 07 Nov 20
Prompt in all aspects and mounted our tv’s perfectly.
Vanessa Aubry
Vanessa Aubry
06:20 24 Oct 20

Why get a TV professionally mounted?

TV mounting installation solutions are available from $150 and include a wall bracket. 

We offer a large range of TV brackets to suit all installations from flat, tilt or corner/swivel (cantilever) types for most screen sizes, including curved screens. So, if you need a little 32″ TV fitted in the bedroom or the latest 85″ TV and Dolby Atmos soundbar fitted in your cinema room, get in touch!

What are:

Brushed AV outlet plates provide a tidy finish to any TV wall mount as they allow for multiple cables to be passed through the plate.

Longer HDMI leads are available for your TV Wall Mount – just ask!

Optical audio leads are essential for TV wall mounting, and these are often overlooked. The optical audio lead retrieves digital audio from the TV; if you’re watching FTA (Free-To-Air), Foxtel, a Blu-Ray disc or even gaming, this lead supplies the audio for a soundbar or an AV amp. If you don’t have a soundbar or an AV amp now, you may choose to add one later and you won’t have to remove and refit the TV just to put the cable in. Keep it simple and stay ahead of the digital audio game, with Pro TV installation.

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