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Bell Push

High quality bell pushes add real style to you front door. Bell Pushes are a term used for the face plate of a door bell. They come in various designs and colours and can be easily fitted to front doors. A new door bell is not necessary as you can just hook these up with the two wires from your existing door bell and then fix the bell push down onto the surface of the frame. Bell push designs can vary greatly but we have tried to reflect a range that meets most types of front door designs. Georgian, regency, period or contemporary designs are shown on this page.

Quick Tips & Links

Bell pushes are typically found on timber doors and sunk into the frame.

What is a bell push?

A bell push is another name for the front face of the door bell. It is the face plate including the button. This allows customers the opportunity to change the look of the bell push easily.

How are the bell pushes fitted?

These door bells are a straight replacement for your existing bell push so it should just be a case of re-wiring up the contacts at the back of the bell push and screwing into the door frame. The actual sounding bell alarm is a separate item and not included with the bell push. The replacement of an old bell push will require a 16mm hole for the contacts and wiring.

What is included in the pack?

The bell push with the integral contacts and the screws are provided.

What type of doors are these bell pushes suitable for?

Bell pushes are typically found on wooden doors.

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