Choose a Specific Doorbell Type

Whether you are looking for a replacement for your wired doorbell system,  want a new wireless doorbell system, or in need of a specialty chime with a flashing strobe light, you have come to the right place.  With over 1,000 products in stock daily, we are here to help you find the perfect solution. Our doorbell products are listed in separate doorbell & door chime categories.  For each category, we will list a brief description of each to help you find the right product you are looking for a little easier. As always, please feel free to reach out to our customer support team at 800-366-7235 or send us an email and we will be happy to help.

  • Wired Doorbells - Most homes in the USA have a wired doorbell system that consists of a wired doorbell, a doorbell transformer, and a wired doorbell push button.
  • Business Door Chimes - wireless door chimes will send a radio signal from the wireless push button to a receiver.  The wireless products in this category at are designed for long-range use.  This means the products will be better at penetrating thicker walls and transmitting over long distances.
  • Wireless Door Chimes - products listed in this category contain door chime products that work in a business or warehouse and a residential home.  In most residential homes you may not a range of 4,000 ft. like you would in a business location.  We have wireless chimes in this category that range from 150 ft. to 5,000 ft.
  • Doorbell Push Buttons - this category is divided into two sub-categories...wired doorbell buttons and wireless door chime buttons.  Wired doorbell push buttons work with a wired doorbell system while wireless buttons work with wireless product chimes.

General Information About Doorbells

What's the difference between a battery doorbell & plug-in door chimes?

When referencing wireless chime or wireless doorbells, the difference is in the receiver.  Both categories use a battery-operated push button, but the plug-in chime uses a receiver that plugs into a standard wall outlet.  Battery-operated systems use batteries to power the receiver.  In many cases, you can mix and match battery-powered and plug-in receivers when manufactured by the same company (check with us first!)

Do I need a wireless or wired chime?

The great question that's often asked.  Wired systems typically mean the push button is wired to the receiver.  Wireless systems use radio signals between the push button and the receiver.  For a more detailed explanation, see our informative article "Wired vs. Wireless Doorbell."

What are long-range chimes?

Most residential chimes have a range of up to 150 ft. from a transmitter (push button) to the receiver.  This is a line of sight, with no interference.  Larger homes and businesses with thick concrete walls require more power, which is where longer-range products are necessary.

How can I hear my existing wired system better?

Extend-a-chimes or extenders are great options.  A small transmitter wires into your existing chime transformer and when the button is pressed, this transmitter sends a wireless signal to a battery-powered or plug-in receiver.  This allows you to place new receivers throughout your home to allow you to hear the chime better.

Is it hard to wire a doorbell?

We recommend hiring an electrician to install a new system.  If you have an existing system and have identified which part is broken, it's not too difficult to replace that part.  However, because you are dealing with electricity, we recommend a licensed electrician. The first step is to identify the problem, i.e.., what part is not working correctly.  If you determine the push button is broken, see our article about replacing it here.  If the wired chime itself is broken, take a look at this reference article here.

I have a loud shop and need a wireless product.  What do you recommend?

Because this is a commercial application, we recommend a long-range system.  The ERA-UTDCR which has a 4,000 ft. range (with an option for a flashing strobe light) is the perfect choice for this application.  You may also want to read about the ERA-UTDCR by Safeguard Supply.