TV Wall Mount Installation


We provide TV Wall Mount Installation Service in Toronto. We will safely wall mount your TV and hide wires properly which meets or exceeds building codes. We have over 10 years of experience working in both residential & commercial buildings. WALL MOUNT SOLUTION takes pride in quality work and doing things the right way without cutting any corners. We truly value your Trust! We will inform you everything you need to know and make suggestions that are in your best interest.

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TV Wall Mount Installation



When you see bunch of positive reviews online of any company - You probably assume they must be doing everything right. Right? Well... Not necessarily in this industry.

You'll be surprised to know how many unethical TV installation companies there are in Toronto GTA who are doing things against building code by either misguiding you or not telling you the whole truths. And the SCARIEST PART is that some of these dishonest companies have acquired lots of positive (5 star reviews) on popular review sites like Google, HomeStars & other review websites. So someone like you could easily become a victim of this unethical practice by choosing a company simply based on the number of reviews they have. How did this happen? - Unfortunately, that's because most of those customers are unaware of what these rogue companies have done to their home.

If you're looking for a TV installation company, chances are, you probably want them to hide cables as well. But when it comes to hiding cables, unethical companies will tell you that they can hide all the cables in the wall INCLUDING Power Cords. - Well, that's actually against the building code, so professional installers should never suggest that. But many rogue companies won't tell you this. The reason why we know this is because those customers who call around to get a quote from every company in Toronto and by the time they reach us, they tell us that they've been told by other companies that "power cords can be hidden in the wall and everyone does it, so it's Okay". If you've been told that, they are LYING to you.


So, why do so many of these dishonest companies (even companies with so many 5 star ratings) misguide customers with wrong information? - Sadly, we can guess why: Hiding power cord for your wall mounted TV compliant to building code requires having a power outlet installed behind the TV. So that TV power cord is plugged into a power outlet hidden behind the TV, NOT hidden in the wall. That means, there will be cost increase for the customer in most cases. Which means possibility of losing potential customer who's shopping around for the lowest price. So we're guessing that's why they're misinforming you just to get your business unethically.

Only Low-Voltage Cables such as HDMI, Ethernet & Coax cables that are made of fire-retardant materials such as FT4/CMR (Riser) or FT6/CMP (Plenum) are allowed to be hidden in the wall.

Any Power Cords such as; TV Power Cord, Soundbar Power Cord, Power cords from cable box, blu-ray player, game consoles are considered as fire hazards & that's why they're not allowed to be hidden in the wall by the building code. And you will never find an in-wall fire-rated power cords in the market because they don't exist.

If you don't want to spend extra money hiding wires in the wall which requires having a power outlet dedicated for the TV then you might want to consider hiding cables with wire raceway which still makes the TV installation look very neat and it will be budget friendly.





  • Securely Wall Mount any flat / curved screen TV (up to 55" & up to 50lbs Max) against standard drywall using TV wall mount bracket supplied by the customer.
  • Connect AV Cables to the back of the TV (if necessary)
  • Hiding Cables is NOT included. No Wire Management / Concealment.
  • Upon request, we can bundle cables straight down from the TV using cable ties
  • Phone or Email support for any questions regarding the service we've provided.
  • 1 Year Warranty against any workmanship & parts we provide.
  • Invoice emailed to you on the spot at the job site (for credit card payments). For payments made by company cheque, Invoice will be emailed within 24~48 hours.


  • Installation in Commercial Building, Condo, Loft & Apartment +$30
  • Installation on Plaster Wall in Older House / Building +$40
  • Installation on Custom walls - marble, granite, stone, tiled, etc.. will be extra
  • Installation of Articulating (Swiveling) TV wall mount bracket +$20 ~ $50
  • Extra charges apply to TVs larger than 55" (or heavier than 50lbs) +$20 ~ $100
  • Tilting or Fixed TV Wall Mount Bracket for most TVs +$55
  • Articulating / Full-motion TV wall Mount Bracket for most TVs +$75 ~ $120




  • Everything included in the BASIC TV WALL MOUNTING SERVICE + Following
  • Wire Concealment / Cable Management. Either In-Wall vertically down within the same stud bay (in between 2 studs) or On-Wall with Wire Raceway (cable track).
  • Connect up to 4 Components to your TV. Such as Cable box, Blu-ray player, Apple TV, Android box & etc... (Excludes Home Theater / Audio System)
  • For On-Wall Wire Management, Wire raceway is included (up to 3ft~4ft)
  • For In-Wall Wire Concealment, cable pass-through wall plates are included
  • Please note: Power Cord(s) CANNOT be hidden in the wall. See options below
  • Test each component to ensure all are functioning as expected


  • We provide & Install Bridge-Style Power Kit +$120 ~ $160 (if necessary)
  • Additional Wire raceway +$15/each strip if necessary
  • Wire Concealment / Management over fireplace will be extra
  • Sound Bar Installation +$50 ~ $100
  • Sound Bar Brackets +$20 & up
  • Home Theater System Installation / Wiring / Configuration will be extra
  • Component Wall Shelf & Installation can be added for extra charge


Drywall & Metal Studs vs Concrete Wall in Commercial Building, Condo, Loft & Most Apartments

Drywall & Metal Studs

  • There’s cavity in walls with Drywall & Metal studs to fish / hide cables in the wall
  • Can conceal / manage wires on-wall with Wire Raceway (Cable Cover)
  • Can mount TV with Tilting or Fixed / Slim bracket
  • Cannot mount Heavy TV using Articulating bracket against drywall & metal studs
  • Can install new cable jack or power outlet. *Conditional

How to tell if the wall is Drywall & Metal studs

If you don’t have a stud finder handy, you can try these following techniques to determine the type of wall. When you knock on drywall & metal studs, you can usually hear deeper pitch sound & little bit of echo if there’s no insulation inside the wall (most condo interior walls don’t have insulation). Or, if you happen to have a strong magnet, you can put the magnet against the wall and slide it horizontally across the wall and you’ll feel that the magnet will try to attach itself to the wall wherever there’s metal studs which should be every 16 inches. Another method is to remove wall plate of existing *low-voltage jacks such as cable jack, phone jack, ethernet jack, etc… and look inside to see if the wall is hollow. (CAUTION: Do NOT open power outlet wall plate)

Concrete Wall

  • There’s NO cavity in concrete walls to be able to fish / hide cables in the wall
  • Can conceal / manage wires on-wall with Wire Raceway (Cable Cover)
  • Can mount TV with Tilting or Fixed / Slim bracket
  • Can mount TV with Articulating bracket against concrete wall (no weight limit)
  • Cannot install new cable jack or power outlet in concrete wall

How to tell if the wall is Concrete

In most condos, lofts & apartment buildings, concrete walls are usually covered with drywall glued right against the concrete slab. When you knock on a concrete wall, you will hear higher pitch sound than drywall with metal studs. Also, when you’re knocking on a concrete wall, it will feel much more solid than a wall that’s built with drywall & metal studs. That’s because the drywall that’s glued to the concrete slab will not flex as much as the drywall that’s attached to the metal studs. Another way to tell if the wall is concrete is by comparing the thickness of the walls throughout your unit. Usually, walls with drywall & metal studs are much thinner when compared to concrete walls which also serve as part of the structural support for the building.

Interior vs Exterior Plaster Walls in Older Houses & Older Buildings

Interior Plaster Wall

(Usually Plaster, Lathe & Wooden Studs)

  • There’s cavity in the interior wall to conceal / fish wires through the wall
  • Can conceal / manage wires on-wall with Wire Raceway (Cable Cover)
  • Can mount TV on Tilting or Fixed / Slim bracket
  • Can mount TV against interior wall with Articulating bracket.
  • Can install new cable jack or power outlet. *Conditional

What’s an Interior Wall?

Illustration of Interior Wall in a house
Illustration of Interior Wall in a house

An Interior Wall is a wall that’s separating room to room inside of the house.

Exterior Plaster Wall

(Usually Plaster, Lathe & ‘Soft Bricks’)

  • There’s NO cavity in the exterior wall to fish wires through the wall (Most cases)
  • Can conceal / manage wires on-wall with Wire Raceway (Cable Cover)
  • Can mount TV on Tilting or Fixed / Slim bracket
  • Articulating bracket should not be used against exterior plaster wall.
  • Likely cannot install new cable jack or power outlet without damaging the wall

What’s an Exterior Wall?

Illustration of Exterior Wall in a house
Illustration of Exterior Wall in a house

An Exterior Wall is a wall that’s separating inside & outside of the house.


Hiding Cables in the Wall

Requires Power Outlet Behind the TV

*ONLY Low-Voltage cables (such as HDMI) can be hidden in the wall. The only way to hide the Power Cord for your wall mounted TV is to have it plugged into a power outlet behind the TV. Therefore, this method requires an electrical outlet or Bridge-Style Power Kit behind the TV. *This option is Applicable only for walls with cavity such as drywall. NOT suitable for concrete wall, brick wall and most exterior plaster walls.

Hiding cables with Wire Raceway (Cable Track)

Budget Friendly

Both Low-Voltage AV cables & Power Cord(s) can be enclosed in the wire raceway to neatly hide cables and the wire raceway can stick flat against (non-textured) wall with pre-attached strong adhesive. This avoids the extra cost for a new power outlet, hence a budget friendly option to neatly manage the wires if you don't already have a dedicated power outlet for the TV installed up high on the wall. FYI: Wire raceways that we use are paintable. 


The ONLY way you can hide the power cord out of sight is to plug it into a power outlet behind the TV.

FYI: Power Cord is NOT considered as Low-Voltage cable and therefore, it CANNOT be Hidden / Concealed in the Wall by the Building Code.


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We supply & install Bridge-Style Power Kit. This option is recommended for most cases. We have several types available. We can advise the best option for your setup. This option is also more cost-effective compared to installing a new electrical outlet.

Illustration of Bridge-Style Power Kit


  • If you plan to use a component stand / furniture below the TV where the it can hide the inlet & other cables coming out of the wall below the TV.
  • If you don't have an existing electrical outlet dedicated for the TV (behind where the TV will be mounted)
  • If you want to use a high-quality Surge Protector / Power Conditioner / UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) for your TV along with your components.
Bridge Style Power Kit Example


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Get a new electrical outlet installed by a licensed electrician behind where the TV will be mounted. The cost could vary significantly depending on where the nearest usable power source is located.

Illustration of an Electrical Outlet Behind the TV to hide power cord


  • If you have a Smart TV and ONLY intend to use Smart TV Apps & Wifi Internet with NO components connected to your TV.
  • If you plan to keep your components out of sight elsewhere, so there's only TV hanging on the wall with nothing else around it.
  • If you want to install a component wall shelf below or above your TV & have nothing sitting on the floor below the TV.
Example of Electrical Outlet behind the TV



Our Toronto GTA Service Coverage Area Map


We service most of Toronto (GTA) area - Toronto, North York, Etobicoke, Brampton, Mississauga, Richmond Hill, Markham, Scarborough, Vaughan, Woodbridge, Kleinburg, Stouffville, Uxbridge, New Market, Agincourt, Bramalea, East York, Pickering, Ajax, King City, Bolton, Nobleton, Aurora.

Occasionally we do make exceptions to travel outside of our service coverage area to a reasonable distance. If you're interested in our services but located outside of our service area, please let us know the job details and we can discuss pricing & availability.

Hours of Operation:
Monday ~ Saturday: 9am to 8pm
Sunday: 10am to 6pm
(Excluding Holidays)

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