Gone are the days of having to open the garage door by hand and grip wet or cold to him having to leave your car in the rain to open the door. All types of garage doors, no matter the size, style or weight, can now be equipped with electronic door opener. These can opener types of starters provide security for the garage, home or commercial building where the door is installed. - The electronic door openers garage, now come in many different styles and designs. They are quick and easy to install and can be installed by a professional in one hour, or could even do it yourself. - When buying a garage door opener, you must decide what type of drive system you require, belt, chain or direct drive. Besides the engine size, power and speed to open the door. - It is necessary to compare the safety rating of garage doors and guarantees available. Safety is a major decision that has to do. - All electronic openers garage doors are equipped with a beam system that can sense when a person approaches the door and the door open to return. - Other features that are mandatory in the garage doors are automatic lights, the emergency release cable, adjusting the strength and timed an inverse function. Garage doors must be secure and weatherproof. - Some new models of garage doors are being designed as existing doors and can be noisy. Regular maintenance and lubrication of the doors can reduce noise. - Electronic openers garage doors come with a remote control to operate the door. It suggests that when done well is installed with a code of mobile radio signals so that thieves can not access the distance. - Electronic openers garage doors can also come with an electronic light wall and an operator. Multiple remote controls are also available for households with multiple cars or access doors to the garage. Hi Jack: Well I can tell you if you are in the Latin countries, so until you can send to repair the engine but if you are in countries like the USA probably have to buy the engine, the accessories you can buy at stores like Home Depot or Lowes or large hardware stores. . . .