Wired Doorbell Push Buttons
Thank you for visiting our collection of wired doorbell push buttons. We realize the options you see below may be overwhelming, so we have created product filters to help you select the right button for your needs.
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If you have specific questions about our wireless door chime buttons or wired doorbell push buttons, please do not hesitate to give us a call or send an email. We would be happy to help.
More Wired Doorbell Button Information
Door chime buttons are an easy way to dress up your entry and make a stylish statement before guests walk into your home. Whatever your style, you can can find a push button to meet your needs and your budget! Install a wired button on a new home or easily and quickly replace your old button with a new one, for a fresh look.
Shop our wide selection of doorbell buttons and decorative plates. Whether you prefer a lighted, fancy or traditional look, we have what you are searching for!
Can I use a lighted button?
Lighted products will use LED or incandescent bulb to illuminate the
circular or rectangular shaped push in the middle of the face-plate or illuminate the outer rim of the button (a halo effect). It is important to know that you must use a doorbell transformer to power a lighted push button as the power draw of the light would quickly drain the batteries on a battery powered doorbell. Even if you have a wired doorbell, sometimes (rarely )they are powered by batteries versus a transformer. Before using a lighted push button, make sure you are using a wired transformer or else you are going to be replacing batteries every other day.
How are wired buttons mounted?
There are three mounting styles the products come in; a) flush mounted, b) recessed mounted, and c) surface mounted.
For additional information about the different mounting styles, visit the wired doorbell button page .
- Surface mount – these will mount directly against the wall using the pre-drilled holes in the push button case. Typically this is the easiest way to mount a push button, as you should not have to cut into the outer wall surface, other than the mounting screws
- Recessed mount – this is when the entire push button box will go “in the wall” and be level, or even, with the wall. This will require a mounting box slightly larger than the push button housing cut into the wall itself. If you are replacing an existing flush mounted button, measure the button you are replacing. If the new button is larger you will need to ensure you have enough room to cut a large “box” in the wall to install the button
- Flush – This is a combination of a surface mount and flush-mount. The frame of the push button sites on the wall and the electrical components of the button itself recess into the wall
- Concealed – mounting hardware is hidden at bottom of button.
Do you carry different styles?
Yes, we classify the style based on the different shapes which we outline below:
a) Decorative Wired Buttons -We have pineapple shaped, Gecko shaped, contemporary, rustic, and a wide range of shapes, colors, finishes, etc. in this category.
b) Rectangular Shaped Wired Push Buttons – Just as the name implies the products listed here tend to have a rectangular shape; c)Circular Shaped Wired Doorbell Push Buttons – There are many of the push buttons that are circular or round in shape and many of those will be decorative door chime buttons.
b) Circular button are exactly as the name implies…they are circular shaped. The circle doorbell buttons are mounted the same way, depending on mounting style, and function like the rectangular and decorative style button.
c) Rectangular shaped doorbell buttons – these are the most common shape for a wired button.