Robert J. DeLayo 
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Recent Projects

Below find some of the recent projects we have completed. We are currently scheduling new projects. Please contact us so we may add you to our schedule.

Custom bookcase installation

Custom bookcase installation

Custom Plate Rack installation

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Deck Replacement in Milton Historic District (Before)

Deck Replacement in Milton Historic District (Before)
The existing screened porch and deck of this historic home in Milton, CT is in the process of being removed and replaced with a new 12'x 30' pressure-treated deck.

Deck Replacement - Finished

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Roof repair in New Preston, CT

Roof repair in New Preston, CT
This project involves removal and replacement of a cedar roof on an historic home in New Preston, CT.

Stone Step Replacement in Cornwall, CT

Stone Step Replacement in Cornwall, CT
The homeowners want the existing bluestone-capped concrete step replaced with a slab of granite.

Stone Step Replacement (In Progress)

Stone Step Replacement (In Progress)

Wine Cellar renovation

Wood floor installation

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5-inch natural oak flooring installed in Torrington, CT.

Warren, CT Deck Re-Finish

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This project entailed the cleaning, sanding, repairing and refinishing of this pressure-treated deck in Warren, CT.

When considering whether or not to re-finish your deck, or replace it, consider the age and condition of the wood. It is important to periodically re-apply finish to the decking (every few years) to maintain it's beauty and prevent rot damage.