If you only have one television, and this is by no means the norm or the average. Where you place it is a cause for some debate. In the past, i.e. the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties there was only one TV and a choice of 3 channels. As a high priced luxury item, the Television was a much sought after entertainment option, but few homes could afford more than one. You needed to have a good level of reception to receive those channels, just as you do today. At least now we have a TV aerial repair Cheltenham based company steveunettaerials.co.uk/our-services/aerial-services/tv-aerial-repair/tv-aerial-repair-cheltenham/ on hand to help us.
The placing of the television is essential for family unity and to reduce stress. The TV is usually found in the living room. This is usually the largest room in the house and acts as the communal hub to the home. It’s where we all meet to discuss the day, talk about what we’ve done and then spend several hours in front of the TV together.
Therefore the placement of the TV should be in the most accessible part of the room. If it is a stand based television, then the corner is probably best. You can position all of the chairs, such as the sofa and recliners, around it, so it’s the focal point. Most modern TVs can be attached to the wall. This is a real game-changer in terms of viewing for the family. It almost has the same effect as a cinema screen.