Apr 06, 2020 11:59 pm
New to DIY, bought my first home about 3 months ago and doing a lot of the renovations myself, I'm seeing light at the end of the tunnel now as far as finishing up and finally buying some furniture for the place. Its been a great experience.
Tonight however I ran into an issue I hadn't thought about at all, and that is mounting the tv to a wall with a pocket door.
I'm currently trying to figure out if I'll need to remove the door itself before the flooring guys come to install the laminate flooring as well as when I paint it.
But my problem is if its a smart idea to mount a tv to this wall?
I'm certain it will be a larger tv (70 inch +) as the couch will be a good 14 feet away on the other wall. (Where i took the picture)
I havent found any info regarding this at all on youtube or in general, thought I'd ask here if anyone has experienced this.
Attached picture, any information would be greatly appreciated!
Re: Mounting Tv on pocket door wall2
Apr 07, 2020 12:32 am
Not sure whereabouts you plan to install on that wall but the cavity will only extend through to the middle of the paint samples on the wall, so there should be plenty of opportunity to pick up studs next to that.
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Re: Mounting Tv on pocket door wall4
Apr 08, 2020 11:54 am
are you sure that's a solid wall to mount your TV? if its not, there gonna be many problems after..
there's a TV holder which can move your TV on the shelf or you can just ask the TV seller to order a spical holder.. if you want to mount TV on that wall, that may help
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