Door Control, Inc Donates Services


Building on Hope seeks support for $300k nonprofit renovation

Effort will make over facility for young adults and adults with disabilities

Door Control, Inc located in Londonderry NH has donated its services to install automatic door operators for the Building on Hope project.

Door Control, Inc. specializes in the design, sale, installation and service of all brands of automatic door equipment from manufacturers  including Horton Automatics, Record and Boon Edam all of whom are among the top producers of automatic door equipment.


Door Control also provides service to all manufacturers of automatic door equipment 24 Hours a Day, 7 days a week with local technicians and a fleet of fully stocked vans.

About the Building on Hope Easter Seals Project:

Content excerpt aggregated from the NH Business review.

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Building on Hope, a community initiative of volunteers who collaborate with builders, architects, designers and suppliers to provide physical improvements to facilities associated with nonprofit service groups, is taking on its biggest project yet — a $300,000 renovation of Opportunity Networks’ facility in Amherst.

Opportunity Networks is a nonprofit serving young adults and adults with acquired and development disabilities who live in the Souhegan Valley and greater Nashua area.

To accomplish its goal, Building on Hope is seeking financial support from businesses and community members to complete the project over one week in May.

Every two years, Building on Hope takes on a new challenge – organizing volunteers, collecting resources and focusing attention on a specific “extreme makeover” to be completed over the course of a week with volunteer labor and donated goods.

In the past four years, Building on Hope has successfully completed over $500,000 in community-funded renovations for Easter Seals New Hampshire and Girls Inc.

A total of 12 rooms will be renovated. Rooms vary by purpose, from promoting healthy and independent living skills, employment and learning, to pursuit of interests, and general needs. Volunteers will have the chance to aid the creation of a movement room, a tech theater, creative center, administrative offices, function and conference rooms, kitchen and cafeteria, among others.

Renovation will allow for expanded hours to further support families, provide after school programming/high school transition services, multisensory learning, and communication technologies.

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