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Tuesday, May 01, 2012
 Pinnacle Stone Products Featured on NBC10 2011 to 2012 Green Home Project Program

Parkesburg, PA – Pinnacle Stone Products (, producers of the finest 100% natural thin stone veneer that delivers the rich look of traditional stone masonry to any project, was recently featured on the exterior of two newly constructed carriage homes, as part of NBC10 Philadelphia’s Green Home Program, through local home builder Cornell Homes (

In 2011, Philadelphia news channel NBC10 teamed up with Greg Lingo, President and CEO of Cornell Homes, to focus on informing and educating consumers about green technology for their homes and created the “Green Home Program.” NBC10 documented Cornell Homes as they constructed and renovated three “green” homes throughout the Delaware Valley region. The processes and materials used to build and service these homes were all energy efficient and eco-friendly.

In 2012, Cornell Homes is switching their focus to new construction, by building thirteen “green” luxury carriage homes in Lower Merion Township in Haverford, PA, in a development called Haverford Court. Cornell Homes chose Pinnacle Stone Products’ Pinnacle Mica thin stone veneer product, which is 100% natural stone and environmentally friendly, for the foundation’s water table area on its first two complete carriage homes. Pinnacle Mica was the perfect stone selection to mirror the rich architectural history of the Haverford region, while providing green building practices. In fact, all of Pinnacle Stone’s 35+ thin stone veneer products are 100% natural, locally produced, and free of any harmful chemicals. Choosing Pinnacle thin stone veneer, can qualify you for L.E.E.D.S.® / Green Advantage Credits.
Pinnacle Stone Products is a strong supporter of green buildingPinnacle knows that today’s homeowners are becoming more aware of the impact the products they use are having on the environment. Therefore, Pinnacle is proud to deliver “The Peak of Quality in Natural Stone Products” to the environmentally conscious homeowners and contractors across the region at an affordable price.

About Pinnacle Stone Products
Established in 2007, Pinnacle Stone Products is a producer of 100% natural thin stone veneer. With over 35 top quality products cut directly from their quarries, and nearly an infinite number of blending combinations, they have the products to please even the finickiest of palettes. Thin stone veneer brings the warmth, beauty and earthiness of natural stone into your spaces via fireplaces, interior stone walls, exterior stone siding, chimneys, pillarsarchways and more.

About Cornell Homes
Cornell Homes is one of the premier home builders in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. With hundreds of years of combined homebuilding expertise, Cornell Homes’ team exists solely to satisfy their customers. Their homebuilding experience ranges from new, traditional residential neighborhoods to custom estate homes to personalized renovations of current residences. Cornell Homes offers choices for every stage of life and every style of living. No matter what housing location, style and scale you are looking for, the Cornell Homes Team will work tirelessly to ensure that you are completely delighted before they consider their work finished.

About NBC10’s Green Home Program
NBC10’s Green Home Program is a project that focuses on informing and educating consumers about the construction of three different environmentally friendly residential projects across the Delaware Valley. The process and materials used to build and service the homes will be energy efficient and eco-friendly, thus providing a real life example of how to build and live “green.” NBC10’s Green Homes will contribute to the Delaware Valley’s recent recognition as one of the leading markets in energy conservation and community sustainability. The program will be showcased over 2012 on the local Philadelphia channel.