Now that you have the perfect mezuzah, you probably want to know how to hang a mezuzah on your doorpost. Follow these steps for easy results:
Before you hang your mezuzah, I recommend wrapping the parchment in a delicate plastic bag to protect it from humidity.
the parchment into the case in a manner that will allow the word “Shaddi” (“ùãé”) to appear on the outside. See that the “ù” is on the top of the mezuzah case.
First recite the following blessing: “Blessed are you, our God, Creator of time and space, Who enriches our lives with holiness, commanding us to fix the mezuzah”.
If you prefer, the Hebrew version goes like this: “Baruch attah adonay, Eloheynu Melekh Haolam, asher kiddeshanu be-mitzvotav, ve-tzivanu likbu’ha mezuzah”.
The mezuzah case is placed on the right doorpost at a height two thirds above the floor. You should set it at an angle that allows the top of the case to point into the room.
Great, now you know how to hang a mezuzah! If you are affixing more then one mezuzah at the same time, you need to say the blessing only once. The blessing is only recited once (usually on the front door) for all the mezuzot in the house. Now hush…after reciting the blessing, no words are spoken until all mezozot are hung throughout the house.