If you are looking to purchase a pine TV unit, you may be surprised or even overwhelmed by the selection available. It may make you want to just give up at the first hurdle. However, the best way to find the best tv unit from the plethora out there is to understand better what you need from one first.

In the following article, you will find some questions you should ask to help you find the tv unit that is best for you.

What Size Is The Biggest Part Of Your A/V System?

This is the first and in many ways the most important thing you have to ask. There is no point really investing a lovely new pine tv unit or cabinet, only to find that your amazing surround sound system does not fit inside it properly. Measure your equipment, starting with the largest and be sure to measure the height, width and also the depth. You should also include additional space for cables when you measure the depth, as they are going to be there in the back of the unit. With the correct dimensions, you will be better able to finetune your search and dismiss any that are too small.

What Are You Going To Use It For?

Another important thing to factor is what you are actually going to store in your tv unit. If you have a number of different pieces of a/v equipment, you may want open shelves or a unit with drop-down style doors to enable you to access the equipment with your remote control. On the other hand, if you only have a Sky or TiVo box, you may only require a single shelf and then a collection of drawers and doors for storing other smaller items

How Do You Want To Access Devices And Equipment?

Following on nicely from the above is this question. Obviously, if you need to access your devices and equipment using remote controls, it is wiser to put them on open shelves or even compartments with slide open or drop down doors, as mentioned above. Avoid placing items you are going to use in drawers, as you won’t be able to feed the wires out from the back.

Would You Rather It Was Wall-Mounted Or Floor-Standing?

While this is more of a matter of personal choice and aesthetics, it is still important to work out if you want a wall mounted unit or one that stands on the floor. The weight of the equipment you are going to store and place on the unit and the actual stability of the wall are things you need to think about when you are looking to invest in a wall-mounted cabinet or unit. As a general rule of thumb, you should only really mount tv units onto walls made from brick.

Are There Young Children In Your House?

If you don’t have any children, this will not be applicable to you and you may even wonder why it is even relevant. However, if you have children, this is one of the most crucial aspects to consider from a health and safety point of view. For instance, it would be inadvisable to have a wall-mounted unit in a house with young children, as they could climb up onto them or cause damages to the fixings. We would not recommend that you purchase darker coloured units because they are more likely to show up fingerprints and other dirty marks.
There are many other considerations you need to make when buying tv units, such as the style, material, and colour. From NestAtNumber20 there are a number of pine tv cabinets and units. For more information, contact the team today.