Your main doorbell doesn’t work anymore, or it’s outdated. No problem.
Here’s how to easily install a modern wireless doorbell.
Models of wireless doorbells have improved dramatically over the years.
Some models come with optical LED signals and lights to warn the hearing-impaired. Wireless technology also allows you to carry a portable chime with you, wherever you need it to go.
There are also some models with cameras and external displays to see who’s at the door before opening.
When buying your wireless dumbbell, check its range, especially if you intend to install it between the gate of your garden and the inside of your home.Some have an average range (less than 100 feet), while others can go up to 1/10th of a mile.
In some systems, you can connect two bells. For example, one for upstairs and one for the ground floor.
You can also find chimes and additional connecting doorbells.
Remove the old doorbell
Remove the knob and the cable from the old bell.
Determine the location of the new bell next to the entrance, up to about four feet in height and at a place where the resonance is heard in every room.
Install the doorbell
Open the bell and insert the batteries.
Select the melody chime and volume.
Once you have found the perfect place to install it, drill holes in the wall at the locations corresponding to those bindings the doorbell.
Insert the adapted plugs and screw everything tightly.
Place the button against your wall, according to the marks you previously noted.
Drill at the location of the screws.
Depending on how sophisticated the doorbell is, you may need to configure additional options (light, LCD, screen, camera, etc.).