The wifi signal in my garage is weak. How can I make it stronger so that my wifi garage door opener will work?

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Have never needed one but this should do the trick.  They have cheaper extenders but this one I trust the name, customer satisfaction and easy (EASY!) setup.  Here is the Amazon listing:

Securifi Almond - (3 Minute Setup) Touchscreen Wireless Router / Range Extender

by Securifi     

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    You may also want to centralize your modem and router away from other electronics, mirrors...etc.

    Hope it works.  Let me know.

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    The range of your network wifi signal is affected by factors such as: 
    • Transmitter strength
    • Obstructions including walls or other building materials (the more walls the signal has to pass through to reach your garage, the weaker it will become) 
    • Interference from appliances such as microwave ovens and other electronics

    Some actions you can take to improve signal strength are: 
    • Try moving your router closer to the garage
    • Elevate the router as high as possible within the home
    • Move the router as far away as possible for metal objects
    • Place the router out in the open (avoid hiding it away in cabinets)

    If moving your router is not practical option consider one of the following: