New Home Questions

Depending on time of year due to weather conditions, a new PHC home can be completed in 4-7 months.
No. PHC recommends that our customers choose the model and style of home first, and then choose your model specific lot. The sales team will guide you in choosing that perfect lot that fits your wants and needs. We feel that walking the lots after you know your model works best.
The gourmet kitchen option consists of changing your standard Cabinets from 36” Cabinets to 42” Cabinets w/Crown Molding, Electric Range to an Electric Smooth Surface Cooktop and separate Double Ovens, additionally Upgrades Standard Appliances to Premium Appliances which includes Stainless Steel as an available finish.
There are incentives which do change on a regular basis. Please check with a PHC Sales Representative with current incentives. Incentives are subject to change expire without notice.
The lots are at minimum 8,000 square feet or 1/5 of an acre but most lots back up common area for use and enjoyment and there is over 100 acres of open space which is the basic premise Bailey Station was designed around.
To change the existing structure of this option would need to re-engineered and the extra cost would have to be determined after the lot was chosen to calculate impervious coverage changes.
Your extended warranty is paid by PHC and begins after the first year of the builder warranty and covers mainly structural elements. Please refer to the RWC Manual for specifics.
No. The roof trusses are not designed standard to accommodate attic storage.
There is a standard staircase where the stairs are made of pine and are designed to be completely carpeted. The open Oak Staircase is a staircase where the treads are made of solid oak, with rounded finished edges, the risers are painted white and a carpet runner is installed for appearance and safety.
A change order made after start of construction will cost $250.00 if approved by PHC. No exceptions. This fee cannot be waived.

In Construction there is a saying, “anything can be built, just how much and how long”. Any change to a PHC standard layout is considered a custom option where costs will be associated to make these changes. PHC does not normally encourage changes as our standard floor plans were carefully chosen as open and ease of flow. Additionally there are engineering and building practices which make custom options more costly and need to be pasted on to the customer. In order to maintain affordability PHC will try to accommodate your needs within our standard option list.

All standard house plans include an electric range, circulating microwave, 1/3 horse power garbage disposal and dishwasher.
No. Appliances are ordered and delivered and warranted by PHC.
Yes. We use GE appliances so you would send us a model # and we will price these items out for you to approve and be applied to a change order.
No, all roofing colors remain consistent throughout the community.
Approximately 30 years.
R-13 BATT Insulation in Exterior Walls, R-30 Insulation Certain Areas, R-38 Blown Insulation in attic. Entire House is air sealed prior to insulation with windows and doors receiving a special non expansive foam. Additionally each house comes with a HERS rating showing our customers how much more efficient their home is from the standard building code.

Community Questions

Yes, Bailey Station is connected to Public Sewer and Public Water. The following Utilities are installed: PECO Electric, PECO Natural Gas, PaAmerican Water, Verizon Fios, Comcast.
PHC is proud to announce the streets have been dedicated to Caln Township for Snow Plowing. Another PHC successfully established community moving forward.
Bailey Station consists of 4 communities; The Mews, The Reserve, The Crossing and Northgate.