Unity Homes has recently unveiled a prefab home, which is sustainable yet still made to last for at least as long as traditionally constructed homes. The home has a number of certifications, including LEED v4 Platinum, while it is also net-zero energy and can be constructed on site in three days or less. It is also fitted with the largest number of Cradle to Cradle (C2C) certified building products used in a residential project to date. […]
A couple months ago I mentioned the launch of Unity Homes, a new brand of prefab homes by Bensonwood, and this is the first Unity home.Â It’s located in Brattleboro, Vermont and the on-site assembly took just three days — with a weather-tight shell in two days.Â The Xyla plan has factory-built wall and roof panels that are wrapped and shipped vertically.Â The walls are guided in place with a crane and anchored, and then the roof panels are set.Â After that the crew works on taping seams, installing trim, and finishing the siding.Â It’s quite the process!
Today New Hampshire-based Bensonwood, an innovator in home building, announced the launch of a new brand of prefab homes called Unity Homes. With Unity Homes, the company expects to raise the bar for home construction without raising the price tag, too. There will be four diverse home collections — renderings of which are shown in this article — each with several configurations and two-four bedroom options, and all of the homes will use at least 50% (and up to 75%) less energy than a typical home on the market.