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August 02, 2021

I remodeled my house

I lived in three free-standing houses with attached garages in the U.S., and all three had the same design feature: the door from garage opened into laundry, which then connected to the rest of the house, typically into kitchen area.

But why? Isn't garage supposed to be dirty while laundry is supposed to be clean?

There must be a very good reason why Americans build their houses that way. But although I am curious about that reason, at this time it's no longer important, because I moved the door from position G1 to position G2 in the picture.

This allows to disrobe in the mud room upon arrival by automobile. Also, it permits causal access to garage without intruding into the laundry area. It's way more convenient, no matter how you look at it.

Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at 07:29 AM | No Comments | Add Comment
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