This Coronet with three brass bells looks like it always been in this classic North Carolina Home. The homeowner painted the unfinished cover to match her trim.
In Santa Claus, Indiana! This ElectraChime Empire with three brass bells rings in every holiday while Kris Kringle keeps watch in an adjacent room. That the house is on Candy Cane Lane lends one more sweet note.
Santa Claus has the world's only post office to bear the name of Santa Claus and thus receives thousands of letters to Santa from all over the world each year. A group of volunteers known as Santa's Elves ensures each child receives a reply from Santa Claus; this tradition has been in existence since at least 1914.
Thanks so much for making a great doorbell. We love it. We've designed our home as a modern interpretation of a Cape Cod with real materials, and the new doorbell complements our style with a richness of real chimes; not those cheap processed sounds from the electronic boxes. And such a prompt delivery. Showed up quickly and installed very easily.
We were glad we found you on the web. Keep up the good work.
Keith and Katherine — Plymouth, Massachusetts
ElectraChime can supply shorter—or longer— length bells to fit your individual space requirements.
Standard ElectraChime lengths at approximately 39 inches from the top of the cover to the bottom of the longest bell are ideally sized for most existing recesses. Occasionally, a shorter niche is encountered.
This Columbus, Ohio home has a niche approximately 38 inches tall. We were able to provide an ElectraChime Ribbon doorbell with the bells reduced in size to an overall height of 36 inches to perfectly fit the niche. An ElectraChime can be as short as 24 inches although the shorter the bells, the higher the pitch.
If you need a custom sized ElectraChime to fit a space limited by features in your house, such as a thermostat, light switch or molding, we're here to help Contact ElectraChime.
I hope Bing Crosby doesn't mind if I co-opt his song.
ElectraChime Metro in Walnut with three silver (nickel-plated brass) bells. Manassas, Virginia.