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    Building a modular accessible home

    pretending I ever could find and finance some land, I?ve been thinkingthis might work well for me (better than trying to renovate). I searched andfound this thread from 2003 that references a company in Massachusetts.
    /forum/showthread.php?34994-Anyone-ever-custom-build-a-home&highlight=Modular+home

    Does anyone know anything new on this front? Specifically ? anything toshare on modulars, a builder who will work with me in New Jersey to build anaccessible, green, modular home? A web search brings up a lot of stuff, but I thoughtI?d check here first.


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    I always thought these were cool. We have a shopping center near downtown Vegas (Freemont Street) made up of these.

    http://www.digitaltrends.com/home/fi...ntainer-homes/
    ^^(A)^^

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      Originally posted by darty View Post
      I always thought these were cool. We have a shopping center near downtown Vegas (Freemont Street) made up of these.

      http://www.digitaltrends.com/home/fi...ntainer-homes/
      I love seeing the designs of these. If I had not ended up stuck in a chair I would be living in one of these or a modified old school bus off of the grid now.A large fancy house has never interested me. That's why I built a small log cabin. I like the non essential material life that these people live.

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