Protect an Outdoor TV with a Cover and Custom TV Enclosure

The above outdoor TV enclosure is for a 75" high bright commercial display made custom for a "pop up" storefront that was moved to various cities including Chicago, Las Vegas, and Dallas. We built an outdoor TV enclosure that was custom powder coated and four cooling fans were installed to keep the high heat generated by the display moving through the enclosure. TV Armor can custom make outdoor TV enclosures to your unique requirements in an attractive box that blends into your requirements. Even expensive outdoor TVs need protection against theft and vandalism with our custom outdoor TV enclosures. Enjoying television outdoors is a current trend found in many businesses, including hotels, resorts, restaurants, nightclubs, airports, and theme parks. While your guests appreciate being able to watch the news, weather, sports, or other programming, you need to ensure your flat panel televisions are properly protected against accidental damage and the elements. Two key products you require to ensure your TVs are kept secure, safe, and guarded against damage are custom built outdoor TV enclosures and outdoor TV covers. Benefits of Custom Built TV Enclosures for Outdoor TVs Placing your flat panel televisions inside a custom built outdoor TV enclosures helps keep the TVs secure. Since they are sealed inside the enclosure, it helps reduce the likelihood of someone attempting to steal your televisions. Next, the custom-built outdoor TV shield protects the TV screen from accidental damage. For example, you have a custom enclosure on a TV in your bar. One of your customers is watching a football game on the TV, and their team is not doing well. They get upset and toss a handful of peanuts or a beer glass at the screen. You do not have to worry about the screen being damaged by customer’s actions, because your TV is safe and secure within the flat screen TV enclosure. Another benefit of using custom outdoor TV enclosures is preventing people and children from touching the screen. With many touchscreen devices on the market today, it is only natural for someone to walk up to the display and touch it to see if it is a touchscreen. Rather than fingerprints, oils from the fingers, and smudges getting onto the TV screen, they are left on the enclosure’s clear panel. Removing these is simple and easy if you use Brillianize Acrylic Cleaner. Any time your outdoor televisions are not in use, you can increase protection from the elements by putting an outdoor TV cover over the custom built TV enclosure. The TV outdoor cover helps reduce dust and dirt deposits on the enclosures. Further, outdoor television covers shield the enclosure from light rain and moisture. Keep in mind, custom outdoor TV enclosures and covers are not completely waterproof, but water resistant. In the event of heavy rains, water could get under the cover and onto the outdoor TV enclosure. Our outdoor TV covers can be used without an enclosure when there is some protection from overhangs etc. What Features Should I Include on an Outdoor TV Enclosures? You will want to upgrade the standard features on a custom built outdoor TV enclosure cabinets when you use them in outdoor locations, to include TV protection options, such as:
  • Rain Resistance
  • Sealed for Outdoor Use
  • Filters for Harsh Environments
  • Security Screws
  • Cooling Fans
  • Anti-Ligature Sloped Tops
The custom built water resistant outdoor TV enclosure for outdoors can be configured for wall mounting or ceiling mounting, depending on where you want to install your flat panel TVs outdoors. For more information about custom outdoor TV covers, outdoor TV enclosures, or ordering assistance, contact us at TV Armor today by calling 800-890-0073. Manufacturer’s Disclaimer: The manufacturer of custom built TV enclosures and outdoor TV covers is not responsible for damages caused to indoor televisions used in outdoor locations. The television owner assumes all responsibility for the proper use, care, and operation of indoor TVs operated in outdoor locations.
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