Farmington’s Commerical Metal & Wood Doors
Howard Commercial Door has long been serving the city of Farmington with their commercial door needs and repairs. With a plethora of loyal customers and numerous jobs to backup our work, we can be trusted to handle any commercial door repair or project you may have.
In 1824, the city of Farmington was first inhabited by Arthur Power, a Quaker from Farmington, New York. Arthur and his family started to tame the land he purchased and before long, modern day Farmington became known as Quakertown. The first post office was established in Quakertown in 1826 and was given the name Farmington. This post office can still be found in Farmington’s historical district.
During the civil war, Farmington also served as a station for the Underground Railroad helping black slaves obtain freedom in the North. Up until the middle of the 20th century, Farmington was a town or farmers and quite minute in comparison to the rest of Detroit Metro.
After the second World War, the building boom forged its way into the community of Farmington, transforming it from a rural farmland to popular suburban city. In 1960 Farmington annexed 500 acres and extended it’s western border. Today downtown Farmington provides pleasant greenery, excellent meals, thriving locally owned businesses, and a popular civic theater that illuminates Grand River every night. All of these businesses host thousands of guests annually placing wear and tear on their doors. Whether your business is from the 1850’s or built within the past decade, Howard Commercial Door can provide numerous solutions that fit your commercial door needs. If your commercial door simply wont close or you are installing an entirely new door we are confident in our ability to get the job done right the first time.