Locally-Recognized for Exceptional Results
Awards & Recognitions
Every year Qualified Remodeling Magazine ranks the top 500 remodeling companies in the country; our most recent rankings are listed below:
Eastern Regional Nari Coty Awards
The Eastern Massachusetts Chapter conducts annual awards program to recognize the best achievements in remodeling projects by our members over the past year. Reviews are performed by an impartial judging panel for the Contractor of the Year Award-winning projects.
|2013||Residential Addition Over $200K||Gold Award|
|2013||Residential Addition Under $200K||Silver Award|
|2012||Residential Addition Under $200K||Gold Award|
|2012||Residential Addition Under $200K||Silver Award|
|2012||Anniversary Award||Silver Award|
|2011||Residential Interior||Silver Award|
|2009||Whole House Renovation||Gold Award|
Certified Contractor Network Awards & Recognitions
|2018||Company of the year||Capizzi Home Improvement|
|2017||Best Boss||Tom Capizzi, Jr.|
|2018||Most Improved Salesperson||Doug Cleary|
|2018||Salesperson of the Year||Aaron Roderick|
|2017||Production Manager of the Year||Gary Gustafson|
|2017||Special Recognition||Jack Strumski|
|2015||Production Manager of the Year||Jack Strumski|
|2015||Salesperson of the Year||Aaron Roderick|
|2015||Most Improved Salesperson of the Year||Tony Pola|
|2014||Rookie Salesperson of the Year||Doug Cleary|
|2013||Best Boss||Tom Capizzi, Jr.|
|2012||Salesperson of the Year||Roland Leary|
|2011||Best CCN Member Speaker||Tom Capizzi, Jr.|
|2011||Office Manager of the Year||Maggie Kelley|
|2010||Best Boss||Tom Capizzi, Jr.|
|2009||Office Manager of the Year||Maggie Kelley|
|2009||Most Improved Salesperson||Aaron Roderick|
|2008||Best Boss||Tom Capizzi, Jr.|
|2007||Production Manager of the Year||Gary Gustafson|
|2007||Salesperson of the Year||Tony Pola|
|2006||Company of the Year Capizzi Home Improvement|
|2006||Rookie Office Manager of the Year||Maggie Kelley|
|2006||Best Boss||Tom Capizzi, Jr.|
|2005||Rookie Office Manager of the Year||Jack Strumski|
Other Recent Awards & Recognitions
- 2014 Professional Remodeler Market Leaders – Boston – Capizzi Home Improvement
- 2012 MVP Remodeler’s Advantage -Thomas Capizzi, Jr.
Some Of Our Other Recognitions & Achievements
- 1995 V.S.I.A. – National Award for the Restoration of the Historic First Congregational Church of Harwich and the First Congregational Church of Chatham from CertainTeed® Corporation
- 1993 The Big 50 Hall of Fame – West Falmouth Methodist Church and the Briarwood Resort Complex from Remodeling Magazine
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts – Home Improvement Contractor Registration – Registration # 100740
- Construction Supervisor License # 7454
- NAHB – Certified Aging in Place Designation – Click Here for More Information
- NAHB – Certified Green Building Professional Designation – Click Here for More Information
- Roofing Products International, Inc. [RPI] Certified Rubber Roofing Contractor
- CertainTeed® ShingleMaster Company: Certified Roofing Workforce (Can Offer the SureStart Plus 3-Star and 4-Star Coverage Warranty Extensions)
- CertainTeed® Certified Vinyl Siding Contractor
WE ARE “LEAD SAFE” CERTIFIED BY THE EPA. Capizzi Home Improvement has been certified by the EPA under the new Lead Safe guidelines. You can be assured that we will follow the guidelines and requirements for the safe removal, handling and disposal of any lead-based materials.
The Lead Challenge
If your home was built before 1978 it may contain lead-based paint. Any renovation work, either interior or exterior, could disturb the lead-based paint, which has been proven to be harmful to children. To help resolve this problem, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued new regulations for contractors who work in homes built before 1978. The EPA has issued a mandate that all contractors receive proper training on how to safely work in homes that may have lead-based paint in them. If you have been thinking about doing a home renovation it is important for you to make sure that your contractor is certified by the EPA to work in an environment with lead-based paint. The contractor must take a course and pass an exam to be certified, or be supervised by someone who is certified in order to do the work. Under the new “Renovation, Repair & Painting” (RRP) regulation, workers will be required to undergo an 8-hour training process about how to safely work with and dispose of lead paints. In addition, contractors who perform renovation, repairs, and painting jobs in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities must, before beginning work, provide the homeowner with a copy of EPA’s lead hazard information pamphlet, “Renovate Right: Important Lead Hazard Information for Families, Child Care Providers, and Schools.” NAHB – CERTIFIED AGING IN PLACE DESIGNATION (BETSY LAUGHTON, REMODELING DESIGNER)
What is Aging in Place?
Aging in place means remaining in one’s home safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income or ability level. It means the pleasure of living in a familiar environment throughout one’s maturing years and the ability to enjoy the familiar daily rituals and special events that enrich all of our lives. It is the reassurance of being able to call your house a “home” for a lifetime. How Long Do You Plan to Live in Your Current Home? If you are like the majority of Americans over the age of 45, you want to continue living in a familiar environment throughout your maturing years. According to the AARP, older homeowners overwhelmingly prefer to age-in-place. How Should You Modify Your Home to Make it More Comfortable? To age-in-place, you will probably need to modify your house as you get older to increase maneuverability. These modifications range from installing bath and shower grab bars and adjusting countertop heights to creating multi-functional first floor master suites. Who Can You Rely on to Modify Your Home? A Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) has been trained in:
- The unique needs of the older adult population
- Aging-in-place home modifications
- Typical remodeling projects
- Solutions to common barriers
When considering modifying your home, ask yourself:
- Do I want to add a bathroom and possibly a bedroom to the main level?
- How can I make my kitchen more functional?
- Am I worried about preventing falls?
- How much money can I budget for this project?
- Will I need to get a home equity loan?
- Will other members of my family benefit from these modifications?
- Will remodeling increase the energy efficiency of my home?
- Where can I find a professional I can consult with about my needs?
(Source Credit: NAHB. Make Your House a Home. Hire a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist.) Professional Organizations
- BBB – Better Business Bureau
- BBB Care – A mediation and Arbitration Policy
- NAHB – National Association of Home Builders
- HBHCC – Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod
- HACC – Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce
- BPW – Business and Professional Women
- CSBA – Cotuit/ Santuit Business Association
- CSCA – Cotuit/ Santuit Civic Association
- CCN – Certified Contractors Network
- NCBC – National Commercial Builders Council
- NRCA – National Roofing Contractors Association
- NARI – National Association of the Remodeling Industry
- BNI – Business Networks International
- NESEA – Northeast Sustainable Energy Association
- CIRENEW – Cape & Islands Renewable Energy Collaborative
- Cape and Island Self Reliance Corporation
- Cape Light Compact
- Energy Star