Hanging a TV on a plasterboard wall

I was asked by a customer if I could hang a TV bracket for him and if I had a solution to running cables up the wall from the socket to the TV.

As the wall in question was in a drylined new-build property the solution was an easy one that left no cables on display once the TV and cabinet were in place.

Drylined walls have a cavity between the masonry wall and the plasterboard which makes chasing cables behind it very easy.

In this example you can see a brushed cable outlet at either end of the cable run. They are quite close together here but there is no reason why the TV couldn’t be installed a lot higher making this a very handy solution to hide away cables without damaging the walls or requiring any mess or patching up.