Lodging Innovations Launches Cleat Mount

Lodging Innovations, LLC has introduced its first consumer product, the Cleat Mount, installation friendly TV wall mount. Designed for sheet rock walls with wood or metal studs, the Cleat Mount provides safe and reliable wall mounting for TV's up to 75 pounds and is UL* Listed.         
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Lodging Innovations, LLC has introduced its first consumer product, the Cleat Mount, installation friendly TV wall mount.

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Designed for sheet rock walls with wood or metal studs, the Cleat Mount provides safe and reliable wall mounting for TV's up to 75 pounds and is UL* Listed.

Cleat Mount consists of an angled aluminum wall cleat and two TV cleats that bolt into the upper VESA mounting holes of a TV. All mounting hardware and paper instructions are included for an installation friendly set-up. Leveling slots are included to make leveling adjustments an easy and simple step.

To keep the TV secured to the wall, the design includes Cleat-Lock featuring VELCRO brand fasteners pre-installed on both the Wall and TV cleats. This simple and secure fastening method was engineered to provide the ideal amount of grip to allow easy re-positioning, according to the company, while still holding the TV securely in place.

A rubber wall spacer provides for a 1-inch low profile space behind the TV and mitigates vibration from the TV to the wall. HDMI access to TV side inputs is a simple matter of pivoting the TV toward you and propping the TV for easy connectivity during initial installation or later when a component needs to be added or removed.

"Simplicity is becoming a lost concept in product development as many designers attempt to add more features, often at the expense of reliability," said Anthony Lozano, principal at Lodging Innovations. "The Cleat Mount keeps the process of wall mounting a Flat Screen TV simple and affordable for DIY consumers who want a solution they can trust without having to stress over installation."

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