There is at least one garage door manufacturer that provides (somewhat) direct support for HomeKit, and that is Chamberlain's myQ series of "smart" garage door openers. However, even the myQ series does not have HomeKit support out of the box, you have to also purchase their myQ HomeBridge. When researching, I found mostly poor reviews of the product's HomeKit reliability. Honestly, I don't know if the poor reviews are because the product doesn't work well, or if there are other problems in the reviewers' homes. But, I can tell you when looking for HomeKit garage door solutions, I found virtually no poor reviews (and only high praise) for the iSmartGate HomeKit garage door controllers. This device adds HomeKit control to any supported garage door opener. So, if you already have a garage door opener, you can purchase an iSmartGate controller and make it controllable via HomeKit. If you are shopping for a new garage door opener, you don't have to limit yourself to openers that support HomeKit, pick the garage door opener that is best for you based on its other (main) features and buy an iSmartGate controller to add HomeKit access. The other advantage of going with iSmartGate is the feeling that they put more effort into the software development and maintenance because it is only one of two products that they make, whereas it is a bit of an afterthought for most garage door opener manufacturers.
The Meross is a relatively newcomer and has also seen only positive reviews, so you may also want to consider the Meross. The Meross is less expensive than the iSmartGate and includes a wired sensor so you don't have to replace batteries every 3-6 months. iSmartGate has a "Lite" and a "Pro" model. The Lite works with one garage door and has a wireless (battery) sensor. The Pro can operate two doors, but also includes a wired (no battery) sensor.