MORRISTOWN, NJ – Built in 1870, the Market Street Firehouse in Morristown, N.J. today serves as a location for antique fire trucks and historical items. During its 150th anniversary year, the brick structure received an exterior upgrade including new Haas garage doors in dark green, matching trim work in dark green and a red entry door.
“The design of the garage door was chosen by a fire department member who is well versed in historical structures,” says Robert Flanagan, chief of Morristown Fire Bureau in N.J. “The team at Durable Doors helped us find the carriage house style garage door in the American Tradition™ Series from Haas Door.
“We wanted windows in the garage doors to showcase the antique equipment in the fire house, so we requested a custom design of two different panels of tempered glass. The exterior of the building has always been red brick with dark green trim, so we are exceptionally pleased with the Hunter Green on the garage doors. We were even able to get the same Sherwin-Williams® paint color used on the garage doors for the window trim!”
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A Piece of History
Located at 15 Market Street, the structure houses two companies, the Washington Engine Co. and the Independent Hose Co. No longer in use, volunteers continue to restore the Market Street Firehouse and the…