October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 17th, 2018

October is the month of “pink,” the time when hospitals, healthcare organizations and people who care work to raise awareness of breast cancer. 

The Paone team supports those battling this disease, and encourages all women to follow the early detection guidelines offered by the Susan G. Koman organization and the National Breast Cancer Foundation

We also want to be sure that our homeowners and all those living in our region are aware of the many resources available close to home.  We are fortunate to have many of the nation’s best cancer prevention and treatment organizations right in our backyard.  Here’s a list of some of our local cancer centers, many of them national leaders.  There is so much hope for those already in treatment, and a broad spectrum of help available in preventing and treating breast cancer.  Our hope is that suffering can be prevented, lives can be saved and this deadly disease can one day be eradicated.

Plentiful Parks are a Whitemarsh Perk!

September 19th, 2018

Academic Excellence Matters

September 12th, 2018

Location is a huge factor when it comes to choosing where to buy a home – and one of the main concerns in evaluating a location is the school district.  Academic excellence matters to families who want the best possible education for their children.  That’s one of the reasons Sal Paone Builders chose Whitemarsh Township as the site of our new Maple Hill community of 17 estate homes Read More...

Living in Whitemarsh: Never a Dull Moment

September 5th, 2018

Some people like the quiet life.  Others enjoy having fun and experiencing new things all the time.  If the latter is you, living at Maple Hill in exciting Whitemarsh Township may be just your style.  Maple Hill is Sal Paone Builders’ exclusive new enclave of 17 estate homes, located in Lafayette Hill Read More...

Style That Sticks

August 28th, 2018

In the fickle worlds of style and design, fads come and go.  But when it comes to home décor, there are some design trends that have staying power.  Southern Living has identified four home style favorites that are destined to become a staple of homes for years to come.  Included are open plan designs that allow spaces and families to flow seamlessly throughout the home, and quartz countertops, the material that seems to have won the battle between once-trendy Formica, Corian and granite Read More...

Finished for Fall

August 21st, 2018

Fall is the perfect time for new beginnings.  Why not start the next chapter of your future in a gorgeous new Sal Paone home?  A beautiful and spacious Charleston model is under construction at Sal Paone’s Washington Manor community – and it’ll be ready for a new owner by the time the leaves begin to turn Read More...

The Laundry Low Down

August 14th, 2018

People have been doing the laundry for eternity.  But, somehow, we still have questions about the basics of washing, drying and staying wrinkle free.  For example, do you sometimes wonder if you need to wash your clothes after just one wearing?  What about all the different fabrics in your closet?  Should they all be washed on the same settings?  These and other burning issues are discussed – and the answers are made clear – in this helpful article from houzz Read More...

Only 10 Lots Remain at Washington Manor!

August 7th, 2018

The fabulous-home-buying window of opportunity is quickly closing at Washington Manor, Sal Paone Builder’s unique single-home community in Upper Dublin Township.  What’s so unique?  It’s this community’s combination of history, scenery and livability! The picturesque Washington Manor community is nestled on the grounds of the historic Emlen House, which served as George Washington’s headquarters prior to the Continental Army’s march to Valley Forge in 1777 Read More...

10 Ways to Save on Summer Utility Bills

July 31st, 2018

When the summer weather heats up, so can your utility bills.  But there are a few things you can do to keep your expenses down.  The easiest are to turn off lights, unplug computers or turn off the AC when you’re not home.  Or, you can go radical and hang the laundry outside instead of using the dryer!  For 10 ways to beat the bills, check out these tips from U Read More...

Summer Fun in Montgomery County

July 24th, 2018

School’s out for the summer.  That means parents are scrambling for ideas to keep tots and teens occupied.  If you live in Montgomery County that won’t be a problem.  Ride an old-time railroad, try a new cuisine, explore colonial history, visit zoo animals, see how chocolate is made, ride a bike trail or enjoy the many activities listed in the Montco Happenings Guide or the Valley Forge Kid-Friendly Guide Read More...