Modern garage door remotes come in many sizes and shapes with features to fit your needs. From 1 button to 3 or more, standard sized to compact and mini models, brand specific to universal models, the possiblities are nearly endless.
Here are just a few of the standard and optional featuers:
If you have lost or damaged your garage door opener remote control, locate the make and model of your garage door opener before buying a new one. Once you have that information, it’s time to go shopping.
As the largest garage door opener manufacturer, Chamberlain offers many models. 1, 2, 3 or 4-Button models, backlit models, keychain models, etc. See all Chamberlain Garage Door Opener Remotes.
Chamberlain manufactures Sears Craftsman garage door openers. If you need a new remote control for your Craftsman opener, you will likely purchase a compatible Chamberlain Liftmaster Security Plus model. See all Craftsman garage door opener remote models.
Genie is known for their Intellicode remote controls. If you need a replacement, choose from 1-Button to 3-Button models. Some models come with a visor clip and other with a docking station. See all Genie Garage Door Opener Remote models.
If you have a Liftmaster garage door opener, there are many garage door remotes from which to choose. From 1-Button to 4-Button models, basic to premium, backlit models, and even Mini 3-Button models that hand on your key ring. See all Liftmaster Remote Control models.
Stanley no longer makes garage door openers, but Linear makes a number of replacement remoted control models that work with Stanley’s dip-switch opener models. See all compatible Stanley Garage Door Opener Remote Control models.
Chamberlain’s Universal Clicker Garage Door Opener is probably the best known of all universal garage door openers. There are other models available from Genie, Skylink and others. See all Universal Remotes for Garage Doors.