About The Area
Located in Windham County, Sterling, CT spans 27.3 square miles. The town was incorporated in 1794 and is home to about 3,100 people. It is also where Charles Dow, founder of Dow Jones & Company, was born. The Dorrance Inn — or Samuel Dorrance House — is located in the historical town. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the inn was a stop on French Commander Rochambeau’s route to Yorktown, Virginia in 1781 and return trip in 1782.
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
We just wanted to let you know how pleased we are with the work you recently completed on our home. We were very impressed with the professional, go-that-extra-mile attitude … neatness and workmanship, and responding rapidly to any issue/concern we had. It is so refreshing to know that there are still people who take pride in what they do and strive for perfection. We will gladly recommend YOST Home Improvements to everyone.
– Anne & Fred C., Moosup, CT
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