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Tour the Modular Home Factory that built the 1st Modular Passive Home in the country

When: May 6th & 7th
Where: 143 Twistback Road, Claremont, NH

You may have learned about Preferred Building Systems at the Efficiency Vermont’s Better Buildings by Design Conference.  They are an award winning modular building facility that actually builds energy efficient homes.  You can learn more about how and what they do to make their buildings so much more efficient than many other modular home builders.  The cost of living in a Passiv designed home means  reducing your dependence on so much fossil fuel to heat your home and will help you to keep more of your hard earned money in your pocket.

Plant tours and presentations:

  • May 6th: 1 pm
  • May 7th: 10 am

The tour is open to individuals interested in learning about energy efficient modular and systems built home construction.

The plant tour will be an opportunity to explore your interest in the modular  process of homebuilding, including a mock up of the passiv house wall section and photos.

The event will include a tour of their production area to meet the folks behind the award winning Energy Star® compliant homes, built right here in New England!

During the presentation and tour you will be able to observe for yourself the advanced building science that makes these homes the most energy efficient systems built homes on the market.

Feel free to come alone or with your family, friends and colleagues for just the tour or you can bring your house plans and sit down for a one on one consultation with their staff to get your project off the drawing board.   Discover their commitment to quality, value and professional performance in every aspect of their operation!

Please RSVP Elizabeth Fischer efischer@preferredbuildings.com 603-727-8449

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For more information about Preferred Building Systems visit www.preferredbuildings.com.

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