Your garage door remote provides you with a convenient way of opening and closing your door without having the need to get out of your vehicle. However, unexpected things can happen. Perhaps you broke your garage door remote? Or maybe you have the tendency to forget things, and have lost this nifty piece of device? In some unfortunate circumstances, someone may even steal your remote. If any of these things happen to you, it’s reassuring to know that you can always get a replacement.
Of course, you will want to know how to program the garage remotes Perth residents usually buy. In this post, we are going to teach you the steps. We will also share some basic information about this device, allowing you to make to get the most out of your garage remote product.
How Garage Door Remotes Work
When you look at an older garage door remote control, you will notice small code switches that allow you to switch the device on or off. It is worth noting that this set of switches is still available in some garage door openers. On the other hand, you will find that newer garage remotes in Perth utilise a rolling code technology. Whenever you press the device, it creates a new code. Consequently, the remote uses a radio frequency to prompt the opener to go up or down.
Here at Professional Garage Door Services, we can help you choose a replacement remote. We always recommend choosing one that matches the manufacturer and model of the garage door opener. This way, you can ensure that the code switch and the radio frequency of the remote matches the specifications of the opener.
You can also choose universal garage door openers, but first, you’ll need to check if the device supports your opener’s radio frequency. Moreover, you need to ensure that the replacement is suitable for single or multiple code openers. If you are not certain about what type of code system your garage opener has, it is always best to check the operation manual. Otherwise, you can ask for us to check the device.