Best way to glue a Ring Doorbell
I need to install the Ring doorbell but i have to install it on marble so i dont want to drill through it. What would be the best glue i can get at home depot lets say to glue it together?
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Its a very good actually, im hoping i wont have to change it any time soon thou...Exp315 wrote: ↑ You might not want it to be too permanent.
Presumably you are going to use it with a battery. The batteries only last a couple of years in continuous use.
The technology is changing rapidly, and the company Ring already abandoned their first product (Doorbot). Most likely the current Ring doorbell will be unsupported outdated technology within 5 years. Useless once Ring's servers no longer support it.
The mounting plates are bit flaky - people have had lots of issues with intermittent contact, usually made better by removing and re-installing mounting plate. Won't be able to do that if you've glued it on permanently.
Apr 9th, 2018 12:18 pm
The issue with using silicone is that it's a little too easy to remove - someone can steal your Ring doorbell by casually ripping it off the wall without damaging it. The normal practice is to screw it into the wall with anchors, which are then covered over by the doorbell itself locked in place with high-security special screws. A thief would have to damage the mounting plate to rip it off the wall, rendering it useless. Ring will replace a stolen doorbell one time if you have a police report, but still it would be a major hassle.