Requiring absolutely no anchors, it uses only tiny nails inserted into aircraft grade aluminum interlocking brackets, leaving only pinholes in walls.
Woodland Hills, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
Hangman Products developed the No Stud TV Hanger® specifically to address the needs of renters. The product turned out to be so groundbreaking, it has garnered multiple industry awards, captured a shocking UL rating of up to 80 pounds, will hang TVS up to a whopping 47”, and earned Hangman a registered trademark. All of this without damaging walls.
The innovation is in its mounting system. Requiring absolutely no anchors, it uses only tiny nails inserted into aircraft grade aluminum interlocking brackets. The nails secure directly into the drywall, no studs necessary. The tiny nails leave nothing but pinholes in the wall, making the installation nearly invisible upon removal. The hanger also includes foam pads that eliminate scuff marks from the hanger itself.
If that is not enough, the No Stud TV Hanger is so simple to install, the entire project can be completed in about the time it takes to unpack the TV from its box, and with only a hammer and a screwdriver.
http://hangmanproducts.com has created a specialty line of hangers for apartments, each of which is designed to leave no trace. These include hangers for pictures and mirrors, as well as posters. And for the minuscule damage that might occur, Hangman offers the Erase-a-hole kit, a one-stop product for wall repair.
About Hangman Products: Hangman Products creates hardware solutions for everyday needs. The multiple-patented Hangman Systems are carefully engineered to guarantee a safe and sturdy installation while promising to hang it level every time. Hangman’s products range from Hanging Pictures, Hanging Mirrors, Hanging Framed Art, TV/Stereo Mounts and Safety to Garage/Slat Wall and Organization. They are designed to meet the installation requirements for retailers, consumers and manufacturers. Hangman's ever-expanding line of products can handle even the most difficult projects.