Jun 15, 2020 5:53 pm
We've recently taken possession of our new build and are currently living through the maintenance period. We are looking at installing some wireless cameras (to supplement the existing camera blind spots), but the house is largely comprised of exsulite EPS. Now I realise you can't really attach anything heavy to the exsulite, but would something like an Arlo camera be OK to attach? Or would even that be too much?
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Re: Attaching a security camera to exsulite wall2
Jun 15, 2020 7:26 pm
That will be no problem. You can get wall mates for poly board from your local hardware and they have different load bearings.
here is a site you can get them from
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