Your brand new W.B. home is designed to keep the planet and your pocket happy. Outdated appliances and inefficient construction can leave you hanging out to dry when it comes to your monthly utility bills. Discover the green benefits of buying with W.B. below: W.B. Caulk and Seal During the bare-bones construction of your…
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The spring real estate market tends to be the busiest time of the year. If you’re listing your home this spring, you’ll likely enjoy the attention of buyers looking to move over the summer – but you’re also going to have more competition. Here are some ways to prepare for the spring market: Spring Real…
W. B. Homes’ Carillon Hill is sited across from Sellersville Elementary School on South Main Street, the historic Bethlehem Pike that connected Philadelphia to what in the early 18th century was far western Pennsylvania. The town that sprouted along the pike at a busy crossroad was originally called Sellers Tavern, after its most notable feature, a large inn. The area grew slowly until the 1860s, when the North Pennsylvania Railroad was built parallel to Bethlehem Pike. The railroad stimulated the growth of textile and other light industries, which brought waves of new residents to Sellersville (by now without the Tavern) and its immediate neighbor, the town of Perkasie.
William J. Bonenberger, founder and president of W.B. Homes, Inc. of North Wales, PA, was unanimously elected chairman of the board of trustees of Williamson College of the Trades in Media, PA at their September meeting. Bonenberger, who joined the board in 2003 and served as vice chairman since 2005, had been serving as the acting board chairman after the passing of longtime board chairman Wayne C. Watson on July 10.
At W.B. Homes, we know kitchens and we are happy to share a few of our favorites to inspire you in creating your perfect kitchen. Trends are showing the kitchens are “white” hot and feature hidden appliances and a mix of finishes to make quick, casual dining a snap.
Justin Strahorn’s entire family ran the annual Bacon Bolt at John S. Clemens Park in Hatfield (Montgomery County), Pennsylvania. More importantly, the Strahorn girls represented W.B. Homes by proudly wearing W.B. Homes hats. The sisters say they love to wear anything W.B. Homes related. We’re just happy to support the communities where we live and work.