Jennifer Hartman TV Stand September 17th, 2018 - 01:33:59
With the TV set on the wall, then a series of series of units, so, as you can see, the fireplace around has gone. The fire was capped off when the building work was being done on the conservatory. I got the plumber to where to cap that off the wallpapers been stripped off as don't need to get rid of some of this flaky paintwork I'll, show you what it looks like behind. This is just propped up foot I mean they do need to stick it on.
Has one of my next projects for one-minutes tasks, even fireplace actually came out to fairly easily? Actually, all this other stone surround work which was like stuck on with adhesive and a couple of screws that we didn't realize so we end up pulling it off and pulling it out with the plaster, but not to work. So that's gonna be covered up, but I got an extra bit of plaster bottom one when they were doing their concern.
Conservative work, as well as all the timber which I'll be using so that saved a bit of money, so I've traced around that cut it out the of the plasterboard on the wall and cut a few holes out. We saw the one down there for the cables to go up and then they're going to pop out here just to feed the TV, so the little bit of wall that you'll still be able to see between the units in the floating wall. Well, let not of the cable, showing it also got a little hole in a shelf there for the plugs to plug sockets and extensions to go.
And then this a little bit that was cut out is where the TV bracket is going to be because these things they're hollow flue blocks. I don't really fancy attaching the TV mount onto those because it's probably not a bit too strong with a mid hollow, so we're much to get one of these. These, like bendy, cantilever, articulating arms. Usually, these things they're meant to go like that, and then you can extend your TV out and point it in all different directions.
But what I'm going to do is use this like to where mount it over here on the nice strong breeze blocks and then have the TV centered on there, then I can still pull it out and get to you know the connections and everything in the cables, so I've got a few worms what they called anchor bolts to fix that into this into this area and, like so just caught the Buster wall out to allow that to fit flush, this bit of plasterboard. It needs to be stuck in here, something like that I'll leave it propped up for now. If we don't fall out dog, so we're so yeah once I've stuck that on there skimmed around the edge.