About G.L. Capasso, Inc.:
Recognized throughout the Northeast for our unique approach to masonry restoration, leak detection system and pointing, G.L. Capasso, Inc. has been specializing in building envelope maintenance and rehabilitation for over 30 years.
Our team approach to each project is centered on developing a continuing client relationship while providing state of the art technical solutions to meet our customers' needs. Our strengths are our ability to adapt to a changing industry and our diversified speciality services, which create our ultimate competitive advantage.
Our commitment to Quality, Integrity and Value spans three generations and over 30 years of service. our philosophy at G.L. Capasso, Inc. is to treat our clients fairly and with respect. We are committed to building strong and enduring customer relationships.
At G.L. Capasso, Inc., our mission regarding the design and execution of restoration projects is to address the cause of a problem rather than fixing the effect of it. By providing expert service, highly trained crews, and accurate cost estimates, our consistent goal with each client is to bring their project to completion on time and within budget.
G.L. Capasso, Inc. is a full-service restoration contractor specializing in the architectural and structural repair of facades. We have developed a sound, cost efficient method of exterior building inspections, analysis and repair. Our list of masonry services includes:
Restoring the Past:
Throughout the years, G.L. Capasso, Inc., has had the privilege to work on some of the most high profile structures in New England. Our strict adherence to the highest standards of quality and excellence has created a legacy for G.L. Capasso, Inc. From Amherst College's landmark Stearns Steeple, Greenwich's renowned Whitehead Estate Mansion, and New Haven's Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument on East Rock, to Hartford's Memorial Arch and Asylum Hill Congregational Church, as well as Shelton's Historic Plumb Memorial Library, our company has restored thousands of building exteriors to their former glory and protected them against further deterioration.
For a sampling of historic projects completed using the Secretary of the Interior's Standard for Rehabilitation, with references for each project CLICK HERE>>