Garage door openers are ubiquitous and the production is unbelievably viral. For the garage door opener user you might want to select opener that consider the best garage door opener. Below are the selections of best garage door openers from various manufacturers.
Chamberlain is one of the manufacturers that dominate the garage door opener market. There is no wonder because it proves by two best garage door openers that Chamberlain has. They are Chamberlain Power Drive PD752D and Chamberlain Whisper Drive WD822KD. The Chamberlain Power Drive is a Chain-Driven opener that uses ¾ horsepower motor; a more power chain-driven opener compared to others chain-driven openers. The chain-driven opener users mostly complain about how noise the motor operates, however, it is claimed that the complaints are less for Power Drive. Chamberlain’s next best garage door opener is the whisper Drive WD822KD. This is the belt-driven opener of all. The motor runs very quiet and considered as the quietest running motor ever though lifts up a double garage doors.
The next best garage door openers are still from the reputable manufacturer, Sommer a German manufacturer. Sommer Synorys Garage Door Opener runs without belt or chain but a mobile motor that will crawl along a stationary chain. You can predict that the motor will run with almost no noise and extremely without sound or silent. The Sommer provides two kinds of motors; one uses a 1 horsepower and the other uses ¾ horsepower. Both of them are tough enough to lift up the reinforced and insulated garage door that has weight up to 550 pounds. However, since the motor crawls you might find the movement rather slower rather than the other opener.
Marantec is also has the best belt-driven garage door opener, it is Synergy 380 1.1 HP DC Motor Belt Drive Garage Door Opener. The opener uses 2-piece belt rail system and a 1.1 horsepower motor, strong enough to lift up heavy carriage house or wind loaded garage doors. You will love how fast the opener lifts the door with its travel speed that reaches up to 7 inches per second.