The word garage , introduced to English in 1902, originates from the French word garer , meaning shelter. 
By 1908 the architect Charles Harrison Townsend was commenting in The Builder magazine that; “for the home of the car, we very largely use the French word ‘garage’, alternatively with what I think the more desirable English equivalent of ‘motor house’. 
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At Coach House, our buildings are more than just garages and sheds. By combining your imagination with our experience built from generations of Amish craftsmanship and the finest quality materials, we can build you a garage that fits all of your specifications at a budget you can live with. Explore some of the Coach House Garages located across Illinois, Indiana, the Quad Cities, and the St. Louis area. Click on the photos below to see more information.