How Much Does It Cost to Mount a TV?

Paul Pogue
Written by Paul Pogue
Updated July 2, 2020
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Mounting a TV typically costs about $250

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You’ve set up your living area to become a perfect binge-watching haven and mapped out the perfect spot on the wall to mount a flat-screen TV—now it’s time to get the TV up on the wall. The cost to mount a TV on the wall is typically $150 to $375, but you could pay much less (or more) depending on the size of your TV and if you install the mount yourself. Mounting a TV includes several other components, from selecting the correct mount to bear the weight of your particular television to the cost of hiding unsightly cords.

How Much Does It Cost to Mount a TV by Size?

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One of the biggest factors in the final cost to mount a TV is the size and weight of the TV. Smaller TVs require smaller mounts and are often easier to install, while heavier 4K TVs will require a larger and more expensive mount.

25 Inches or Less

The cost to mount a TV that is 25 inches or smaller is about $10 for a fixed bracket to $100 for an articulating mount. Small TVs are the easiest to mount, and their accompanying brackets are the least expensive.

25 to 45 Inches

TV mounts for televisions between 25 inches and 45 inches will cost about $20 to $300. Installing the TV mount on more complex setups on masonry walls or with difficult wiring in the wall will reach the higher end of the cost range.

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