About The Area
Scotland, CT is a rural town situated in Windhamd County, Connecticut. The historical town dates back to 1700 when Isacc Magoon bought 1,950 acres and named the area for his ancestral home. Located in Scotland is the D’Elia Antique Tool Museum, which features Andrew D’Elia’s collection of antique woodworking hand planes.
Yost employees were always respectful, courteous and very hard working. The workers were always very accommodating to please us, and we appreciate all their hard work and how very pleasant and respectful they were to us.
– Beverly & Albert N., Old Lyme, CT
Having experienced some other contractors on other projects, it was a pleasure to relax and know that the work was being done correctly and to my satisfaction. I will not hesitate to call you again for my next project.
– Joseph M., Gales Ferry, CT
We wanted to express our sincere thanks for the job that was performed on our new windows. From estimation to job completion your team was fantastic … We can’t say enough how excellent your services and products are.
– Marsha and Steven G., Mystic, CT
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