Emergency Garage Door Opener

Earlier today, a homeowner was curious about how she might open her garage door in the event of a power outage. She doesn’t always bring her house keys with her, so if she can’t open the garage, she can’t get into her home. The good news is there are garage door openers that have backup batteries built into them.

Here’s how it works:

When your power goes out, the backup battery automatically kicks in to open your door for you. The average backup battery can open your door for 12-20 cycles until it runs out of charge. Once the power comes back on, your backup battery will automatically begin charging again.

Pretty cool, huh?

If you want to get a quote on a garage door opener with a backup battery, just reply to this email!

Don’t let a power outage catch you unprepared. It’s also worth noting that regular maintenance of your garage door opener and backup battery can ensure they function properly when you need them most. Check the battery status periodically and make sure it’s fully charged. This simple step can save you from the inconvenience of being locked out during an unexpected power outage.