Overhead Door™ Brand to be on This Old House
Adding Curb Appeal to 139 year old House
Overhead Door™ Brand adds valuable curb appeal to a 139-year-old home featured on the 39th season of PBS’ Emmy award-winning This Old House.
Overhead Door Company of Boston™ installed Courtyard Collection® Model 166 with Stockbridge windows in black with black trim to a new garage addition on the second-generation family home in Newton, Massachusetts. Originally built in 1879, the home was recently inherited by spouses Liz and Joe, who are renovating in order to accommodate the couple’s two daughters and Joe’s parents.
“The Courtyard Collection blends perfectly with the home’s traditional, classic exterior while providing a strong and durable steel door that will endure as the house continues to age,” said Heather Meiner, Overhead Door Brand Manager. “With our help, the This Old House team was able to give three generations of a family a timeless door to last future generations.”
Host Kevin O’Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, master carpenter Norm Abram, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey and landscape contractor Roger Cook are joined by apprentices to renovate the Massachusetts home and other projects, shining a spotlight on the value of jobs in the building industry.
Overhead Door™ garage doors are a perfect pairing with popular home improvement and design television programs, as well as homes produced by national magazines, to illustrate to customers the impact a garage door can make on the curb appeal of a home.