The Guardian pushbutton wall mount keyless lockbox can be easily attached to the face of the door or wall using the mounting holes within the lockbox. It is commonly installed using sheet metal or wood screws. Wall anchors and screws may be used to mount on a concrete or brick surface. This allows you to hide the wall mounted lock box where its hanging counterpart cannot be placed.
The pushbutton lock box has a unique feature from its competitors that the code to open it can be a varying number of digits. Where as most lockbox or padlock combinations have a specific number of digits, such as padlocks that have three digits or the ShurLok that has four, this lockbox can have a varying amount of digits in its code.