It amazes me how after 25 years in the industry, 17 now as an owner, I still have passion and energy to do the very best for my clients. I think its the sincere "thank you" we get from clients or even better, the eye popping amazement we get to witness at the end result of the project.
I strive to push the limits on materials options and methods of application to give our clients the very best looking systems that not only perform well but can stand the test of time and hold up against New England weather.
Obtaining the rank of Eagle Scout in my youth set the tone and pace of my business prowess as an adult. Acheiving the rank required an incredible amount of invested time, the ability to manage multiple campaigns at once and it all centered around learning new skills. With Connecticut Gutter, my staff and I continue to push and explore new things, whether it be more skillful installation techniques, sourcing and shipping in better material, and the list goes on.
To best support my clients, I have gone the extra mile by obtaining my HAAG Engineering "Roof Inspector" and "Wind Damage Inspector" certifications. We also took a huge step in being the first gutter company in CT to create an AIA (American Institute of Architects) accredited course for continuing education credits for the architect, on the subject of "Rain Gutter Systems and Installation for New England Weather". My staff and I enjoy putting on these courses around the State of Connecticut and Westchester County. I tout myself a rain gutter expert and have been written up in numerous trade magazines, earning a reputation for above-standard results.
I live with my family and our children in Riverside, CT. I enjoy outdoor activities, the beach and taking in as much rugby as my schedule allows.
The new owners of this beautiful home were concerned about the failing cedar roof and moved quickly the hire... Watch Video »
This new build in Norwalk, CT completely called for the ever-popular textured black heavy-gauge rain gutter system replete with Englert's Microguard, our chosen leaf rejection system.
The previous gutters were clogging quickly and failing often, spilling water all around the house facade. The client correctly selected our gutter system to both protect and improve the look of their home.
This customers gutters were filled to the brim with leaves and other debri from the winter and all the recent rain (like most homes in CT). CT Gutter was hired to clean them out and they finally have free flowing gutters.