In Calabretta v. Guidi Homes, Inc., the Superior Court quashed a home-builder’s appeal that challenged the trial court’s order denying (in part) the home builder’s motion for summary judgment. The home builder claimed that the suit was barred by the statute of repose, which typically protects home builders from suits more than 12 years after construction is completed. The Superior Court held that the trial court’s order did not satisfy the “collateral order doctrine” and Pa.R.A.P. 313 and quashed the appeal.