About Us

Unity Homes was launched in 2012 as a spinoff of Bensonwood, the company that Tedd Benson founded in 1973. For decades, Bensonwood has built impeccably crafted homes to the highest standards. Unity’s mission is to make this level of quality and performance available to more people at a lower cost. Because Unity is built upon Bensonwood’s extensive experience, knowledge and innovation, we consider it to be a “forty year start-up.”Since 2012, we’ve built nearly 100 homes in the Northeast and beyond. We look forward to introducing you to Unity’s “Better Way to Build.”

WHY WE CREATED UNITY

Unity combines state-of-the-art technology and machinery to build homes that are healthy, comfortable and durable. Our homes are so energy efficient that achieving net-zero operation – producing as much energy as they consume—is typically straightforward. Since 2012, we’ve built nearly 100 homes in the Northeast and beyond. We look forward to introducing you to Unity’s “Better Way to Build.”

Unity Mission

Unity’s mission is to improve the lives of our clients, our partners and our team members by building homes that are high performance, low energy and minimal impact. By doing this using innovative off-site construction methods, we provide the housing industry with a new paradigm for home building—a Better Way to Build.

Unity Team

Unity founder Tedd Benson has said that of all the things he’s built, he’s most proud of the companies Unity and Bensonwood. Unity’s team members share a passion for building high quality homes, and they are committed to doing so in ways that serve our clients well.

Unity History

When Unity was founded in 2012 as a spinoff of Bensonwood, it benefited from Bensonwood’s 40 year history of using off-site construction methods to build homes that are healthy, comfortable, durable and beautiful. Since then, Unity has been creating its own history. We list many of the highlights in our timeline.

Map of Unity Homes

While most Unity Homes are built in New England, we’ve traveled as far west as Ohio and as far south as North Carolina to put up our homes. Explore the map to see where we’ve built, and read this blog post to learn more about why we build where we do.