The Inside Outside Guys ~ Garage Doors are Often the Face of Our Homes
From The Detroit News | By Ken Calverley and Chuck Breidenstein
DETROIT, June 1, 2023 ~ It’s the most cluttered space in American homes and 24% of us admit we would be embarrassed to leave the door open.
The “space” is the garage and the door we are talking about is the vehicular access door that can occupy up to one-third of the square footage of our front elevation.
Garage doors have been cited in history as long ago as 450 B.C. when Roman chariots were stored in gatehouses. As recently as 1902, Cornell Iron Works advertised their “Float Over Door,” which was a single-panel door that rose over and above a parked car in the garage.
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