Fixing a TV to a Plasterboard Wall

Many people ask the question “Can I put TV on a plasterboard wall?”  The answer is yes you can fix a TV to a plasterboard wall.  Hanging a TV on a plasterboard wall is possible even if the TV is very large and heavy.

Fixing a heavy TV to plasterboard wall is easy with GeeFixGeeFix are the best plasterboard fixings for TV brackets.  Popular DIY YouTuber Charlie DIYte after reviewing GeeFix said “A stronger plasterboard fixing than anything I’ve ever encountered before”.  Click here to see Charlie DIYte full review.

Plasterboard fixings are the ideal choice for fixing a large flat screen TV onto plasterboard. They are engineered to maximize the surface area of the load bearing back plate that’s inserted into the wall cavity.

GeeFix is a versatile plasterboard fixing with unrivalled strength. The fixings are suitable for all types of plasterboard, plywood, hardboard, chipboard, MDF and even sheet metal. GeeFix is the ideal fixing for mounting radiators, towel rails, ceiling fans as well as plasterboard fixings for a TV bracket,

How to fix a TV to a plasterboard wall?

Fixing a TV to plasterboard wall is easy. With GeeFix you can fix it once and fix it right.  Each packet contains 4 heavy duty hollow wall anchors.  Take a look at our video below to see how easy it is to fix a TV to a plasterboard wall.

If you prefer to see a step-by-step image gallery showing how to install plasterboard TV fixings, take a look below.

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Drill a 1” hole centered on your desired location

Drill a 1” hole centered on your desired location

Assemble your GeeFix wall anchor system as shown above by threading the supplied blue pullcord through the round wall plug, the curved back plate, and back through the wall plug.

Assemble your GeeFix wall anchor system as shown above by threading the supplied blue pullcord through the round wall plug, the curved back plate, and back through the wall plug.

While holding onto the pullcord, feed the curved back plate into the hole and center on the 1" hole

While holding onto the pullcord, feed the curved back plate into the hole and center on the 1″ hole

While keeping light tension on the pullcord slide the wall plug into the 1" hole to align with the holes on the back plate

While keeping light tension on the pullcord slide the wall plug into the 1″ hole to align with the holes on the back plate

While keeping firm tension on the pullcord, screw the large screw into the center hole until the GeeFix becomes firm, but do not overtighten. Keeping tension on the pullcord will keep the back plate in place during installation.

While keeping firm tension on the pullcord, screw the large screw into the center hole until the GeeFix becomes firm, but do not overtighten. Keeping tension on the pullcord will keep the back plate in place during installation.

Pull out the pullcord but do not discard. You can use the same pullcord on additional GeeFix installations.

Pull out the pullcord but do not discard. You can use the same pullcord on additional GeeFix installations.

Insert the 2 smaller screws on either side of the large screw and tighten until the GeeFix is firmly secured but do not overtighten.

Insert the 2 smaller screws on either side of the large screw and tighten until the GeeFix is firmly secured but do not overtighten.

Remove the center screw.

Remove the center screw

Now that your GeeFix system is installed, you can either use the center screw to fix your item, or use your own mounting hardware in its place.

Now that your GeeFix system is installed, you can either use the center screw to fix your item, or use your own mounting hardware in its place.

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