B&D Roller Door Remote Information


What B&D Garage Door Remote Do I Need?

Having an extra garage door opener remote is fantastic, however, choosing the right one can be confusing. B&D Doors have been in business since 1956, with a wide range of remote control to choose from. Thankfully, getting the right one is very easy. B&D have easy to find model numbers on their garage door openers. Examples include Control-A-Door 4 (CAD4), SDO-6, RDO1v2, etc. When you find the model number, search it on our site. Your remote will pop up!

If you have a black and white remote, it’s an older Billion Code CAD remote. See our PTX-4 as a possible solution.

If you have a red and black or red and grey remote, it might be a Tri-Tran remote. See our TB5v2 or TB6 remotes.

If you have a red or black remote with silver metal trim, it’s the newer TB6 B&D roller door remote.

How to Program a B&D Garage Door Remote

Wholesale Garage’s technical team create remote control coding guides on our website. Our guides are reworded from the manufacturers technical manuals, to make them easy to read and understand.

It takes less than 15 seconds to program a garage remote into a door opener. To find out more, just visit our help page here!

Buying Online With Wholesale Garage

Wholesale Garage are Australian garage door dealers who specialize in B&D garage door remotes for B&D Doors. We stock genuine products with genuine warranties. We offer free postage on all products, as well as express post for when you need something fast, selectable at the checkout.

If you have any questions on what b and d remote you need, feel free to contact us for more information. All Wholesale Garage staff are trained garage door technicians to best support you and your purchase.