Featured Zum Projects

A Zum in Sharon, CT

The builder of this Zum-style home in northwest Connecticut also happens to be the owner. Mason Lord of Hudson Valley Preservation has decades of experience restoring and renovating historic buildings. When it came time for Mason to build his own home, he chose to work with Unity. Because Unity prefabricated and assembled the high-performance shell of his home, Mason didn’t have to do the “heavy lifting.” He also knew that Unity’s careful attention to material selection, detailing and building science would result in a home that’s healthy, comfortable and very energy efficient.

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A Zum in Waterbury, VT

For twenty-five years, Cindy and Bob Maynard ran adventure travel companies that brought groups of clients on walking, hiking and biking trips all over the world. Ten years ago they decided to dial back on their traveling, and settle more fully into life in northern Vermont. 

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A Zum in Hanover, NH

Jill’s “romance” with Hanover began in the late 1950’s at a Dartmouth Glee Club concert. That young man standing front row center whom she’d never met—the one with the beautiful baritone who sang two solos—that undergraduate eventually became her husband.

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A Zum in Barnard, VT

Thanks to Pat’s long career in the diplomatic corps, she and her husband Darryl have lived in many different countries and experienced a wide variety of housing types. In Norway, they became enchanted with hytter, the small cabins in the woods that every Norwegian family seemed to own. While renting these cabins for weekend getaways, Pat and Darryl found that they liked living remotely in the woods and decided to pursue this lifestyle in the U.S. for their retirement.

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A Zum in Pelham, MA

After 25 years in their old farmhouse, Tony and Anne were ready for a change. They knew they wanted a home that was smaller and warmer, but they weren’t sure how to begin. Then they found Unity.

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A Zum in Walpole, NH

We like to say that we build each Unity Home twice: first virtually, and then actually. In the case of Unity’s Zūm-style show home, we “built” it four times: once virtually, once in our shop, once in Washington, D.C., and finally in Walpole.

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