Actually many brands of garage opener has keypad. You can find it at sears or home depots.Robyjo said:LOL--good link Worm.
BTW, a co-worker of mine clued me into a keypad you can put outside your garage that you just program and you can then open the garage from the outside w/o a remote--good idea, eh? I think it's a sears product...
Have you read the posts? If there is a lock, someone would have to point it out to him. Then he would ask YOU where the key was. If he was lucky, it would be IN the garage hanging on a nail. More likely, he'd explain how he had some extra keys when he bought the house so he simply threw them away.
Nope, the best bet is to tell him to call in a crane to lift the garage up so he can get the car out.
I am sorry, really shouldn't rag on the poor guy but golly, ........
Wouldn't it be a gas if we later learn that this is a car port with a door on the front?