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What to look for in a garage door opener
There are three types of garage door systems to consider. Your choice is between direct drive, belt drive or chain drive garage door systems. We've found that belt drive garage door systems are the most popular because they're quiet and reliable.
In our testing, we've found the Chamberlain B970 to be the best overall garage door opener because of its powerful 1/horsepower drive; quiet, belt-driven operation; smart-home compatibility; and lifetime warranty on the motor. [[https://prolabtrade.com/best-garage-door-opener-ratings ]]. That's not to say the others listed here are without merit. We particularly liked the Mighty Mule MM9545M for example.
No lifetime parts warranty
We chose the Chamberlain B970 as the best garage door opener because it's a great all-rounder. It has most of the features we look for in an opener, and then some, plus it's powerful enough to open even heavy garage doors.
Another feature we liked is that the lift system uses a belt to provide a quieter way to open your garage door, especially compared with more-common chain-driven systems. And with a motor rating of 1/horsepower (HP), the unit can easily lift residential garage doors without causing excess wear and tear.
Both the belt and the motor have a lifetime warranty, while the other parts get five years of warranty coverage. This isnít as good as Sommerís lifetime parts warranty, but itís still decent.
The phone app is hard to use
As part of the RYOBI family of products, it's compatible with the ONE+ battery system, so you can plug in a RYOBI ONE+ battery and the unit will still function in the case of a power cut. Be aware that you'll need to buy the battery separately though, as it's not included with the product.
In terms of its features, this opener would be up there with the Chamberlain B970 if it wasn't for the safety feature of a beeping noise when the door is closing, which annoys some people, and some negative users reviews..
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