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Modular Home Designers Derry NH

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Boardwalk North
24 Orchard View Dr
Londonderry, NH
Services
Custom Builder, Designer / Architect, Remodeler
Membership Organizations
Certified New Hampshire Builder, Home Builders & Remodelers Association of New Hampshire, NAHB Certified Graduate Remodeler, National Association of Home Builders, National Remodelors Council

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A+ Energy Services Inc
(603) 329-5953
315 Kent Farm Rd
Hampstead, NH

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A Thru Z Home Improvement & Emergency Services
(603) 566-9892
Po Box #267
Pelham, NH

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Advanced Boston Chimneys & Fireplace Solutions
(978) 388-0200
58 Macey St.
Amesbury, MA

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Value Homes of New England Corp.
(603) 598-7537
Manchester, NH
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

Architectural Builders Of Hampstead Inc.
(603) 329-9693
339 West Rd
Hampstead, NH

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Abc Flooring Specialists
(603) 621-9774
850 East Industrial Park Drive
Manchester, NH

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WE Cork
8006662675
16 Kingston Rd.
Exeter, NH

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SRT Construction & Equipment LLC
(603) 626-8833
Manchester, NH
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

Prolin Development Corp.
(603) 396-9560
Manchester, NH
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

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The New Shape of Modular Housing



The New Shape of Modular Housing
Mon 09/17/07 09:44:08 am
by Scott Best

A technologically advanced society has developed so many new ways of utilizing the information that pours from our brains.  People seem to forget sometimes that all the information compiled in all the databases in the entire world were once the humble thoughts of someone’s mind.  Design ideas and changes of recent years have come about not solely by computer intervention, but by human thought processes. 

Granted computers have aided in many types of design work, as is true with the designs that comprise the newest and best ideas that are emerging in the Modular Home industry.  But computers lack the ability to feel like humans do.  They lack the ability to match color and shape to a particular mood or element.  Some would argue that these kinds of things are only a stones throw away from becoming something that computers will soon be capable of.  And if that is true, I feel it will be a sad day for mankind, loosing who we are, what makes us unique, what keeps us driven, to computers.  But at the moment computers can’t do those kinds of things effectively.  Computers can do a lot, but they will never be able to mimic the eye in relation to the heart and soul of person.

Like with many kinds of design that takes  place in our modern world, modular homes have begun to incorporate the best the world has to offer not only in construction ideas and knowledge, but also in environmental control, ecological awareness, advanced electronics and computerized functionality, things that make home construction a personal affair.

More and more modular home building facilities are offering a larger and larger array of options that can be incorporated into a modular home design.  Things like centralized advanced lighting controls, state of the art zone climate control, integrated protections systems that monitor the home for such things as water, fire and carbon monoxide dangers.  And let’s not forget to add the unwanted entry monitoring systems as well. 

It is common place to have new modular home designs that make the most of systems and subsystems that will enable advanced home networking capabilities.  They are also looking into the future in the designs that they produce so that those ideas still on the drawing boards can be easily retrofitted to the existing home design.

Such things as extra galley ways for conduits for housing even greater technological advances and connectivity of the future.  Easy modular replacement of windows and doors for upgraded features or damage replacement, and centrally located spaces for managing many of the advanced features built into the Modular Home design as well as those to yet to come.

Sure, computer aided design has made all these things possible for incorporation into new modular home designs, but the human mind is...

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