How To Install Door Alarm Sensor

Last updated: December 13, 2022


Home security is a priority these days, with all the fear of burglars or intruders preying on vulnerable homes. One solution to protect your property from criminals would be installing door alarm sensors in every entry point of your house. That way, once an alarm goes off, they will run away and leave you alone! However, you might ask yourself, “how to install a door alarm sensor?” It’s quick and straightforward! In this article, we are going to talk about different kinds of door alarms, their benefits, and many tips for installation- because it turns out that there are no better experts than those who have already installed them before themselves.

How Do I Fit Them?

Are you tired of finding your doorbell wires dangling behind the wall? We have you covered. The doorbell mounting kits offer a simple solution with double-sided tape and tiny self-tapping screws that are normally supplied (more detailed advice below).

To properly position the Magnetic Switch, first decide on a location for it. Then place the double-sided tape under the switch and firmly attach it to your door or window frame (or wherever you would like). If there is any chance of dampness in that area, we recommend using screws instead, but most people won’t need them!

To fit the Magnet, follow the same procedure as for the switch. But make sure that you install it with two self-tapping screws to ensure a secure hold on your fridge door in the months ahead.

Important Information

When installing the mounting plate, always make sure that your switch is in working order before screwing it into place. You should also drill a tiny pilot hole for those screws when going into aluminum or PVC to prevent any issues later down the line with corrosion and possible leaking of water inside your wall.

I hope this article was helpful for you in understanding how to install a door alarm sensor. If you have any questions feel free to mention them in the comment section below. For reading more such articles visit Security Forward.

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