Robert !! Happy New Year
Here is a picture of our beautiful new door chime. We love it !!
Packed perfectly. No issues. Very easy for my husband to install...just like you told me it would be.
Thank you so much for the excellent service and a beautiful addition to our home. I would highly recommend your chimes to anyone who wants a quality product.
Thanks again for your great service.
Lorene and Bob M.
Manchester, New Hampshire
I love the sound and it's beautiful . I bought this for my kids, they are both musicians and I thought they would appreciate real chimes, instead of the digital world they live in.... also, you don't see these any more.
Greig from Campbell, California writes:
One of my favorite items in my project house is the traditional doorbell chime. It sounds great.
It certainly makes me want to climb the stairs to see the rest of the house!
ElectraChime Coronet cover painted to match trim color.
"My wife gave me an Empire Compass rose doorbell for my birthday, and the first thing I did in our new house after closing on it was to install it. It looks fabulous, and we could not be more pleased! Thanks so much!"
I'd say Kyle and Nicole's relationship rings true.
I wonder if the two Friends are about to ring the doorbell and take their places in the dual Barcalounger in the room beyond the ElectraChime Metro Walnut door chime with three nickel plated tubular bells.
They would be are sure to admire the starburst wallpaper in this oh-so-tastefully renovated Mid-Century home in suburban Saint Louis.
Edna Hibel's prolific work has been featured on playing cards, as dolls and as reproductions for her fans. In response to criticism of a line of Royal Doulton plates featuring her work, Ms Hibel told the Boston Globe:
“I’m flattered by the good company I’ll be keeping on the plate rails and china closets of the world.”
ElectraChime is flattered to share a wall with Edna Hibel.
The answer isn't entirely existential when it comes to doorbells. Still, there is no single answer. ElectraChimes are meant to be seen, and heard. As a rule of thumb, we recommend the top of the chime be hung just above eye level at about six and one half feet on a standard eight foot wall.
Here are two installations close to the the ceiling.
In the first example, a Coronet with a custom walnut cover and nickel-plated bells rests comfortably in a newly constructed home in Connecticut. The homeowner could have built the chime niche anywhere they wanted, yet chose a location near the ceiling.
The Texas installation at right is a Coronet with three brass bells at the former location of a more modest doorbell. This negated the need for the homeowner to move the wires and patch the wallpaper.
As a practical matter, playful children and pets are less likely to play with the tubular bells when they are mounted just out of reach.