Perrakis Painting 11 Powder Horn Hill Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Perrakis Painting is available for residential exterior and interior painting projects. Additional services include…More restorations, stripping and wood staining. This contractor offers its services to clients in Wilton and the surrounding communities.
JC Signs 15 Buckingham Ridge Rd, Wilton, CT06897 JC Signs is a sign and advertising image manufacturer contracted by local business interests to design and manufacture…More appealing, high quality wood-worked signage.
Classic Sign Company 23 Gaylord Dr, Wilton, CT06897 Classic Sign Company is a commercial art firm that designs and crafts unique, high quality wood-worked signs for…More business or personal interests. The business has been operational since 1984 and its Web site contains examples of past work, material and pricing information.
Ed Sementinis Town & Country Door and Operator 390 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Ed Sementinis sells garage doors, from the true swinging models to those in a custom carriage style of wood. The…More business also sells electric operators. The company's site, listed above, displays the available varieties.
Triloma Spa & Hair Design 444 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 This stunning salon offers spa, hair and makeup services. Located in a large, barn-like space, the salon's decor blends…More rustic elements, like exposed wood beams, with sleek design, like glass shelving, brushed steel light fixtures and modern leather chairs.
Yankee Doodle Stove and Fireplace Center 920 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Yankee Doodle Stove and Fireplace Center sells wood and gas powered stoves. All of the stoves are newly made, but…More are designed to look old-fashioned. Heating the house with a stove can also be a more cost effective and environmentally friendly heating method.
The Wilton Conservation Land Trust first took possession of Gregg Preserve in 1979 and subsequently expanded its…More holdings to about 75 acres up until 1985.</p>
<p>The preserve's name derives from Dr. John Gregg, a noted Wilton resident who had the property donated in his name by Janet Gregg Howell. The property has a number of wooden bridges, a winding brook and a large wooded swamp. Visitors can hike, horseback ride, cross country ski and bird watch, perhaps occasionally catching a glimpse of one of many owls roosting in the tall trees that cover much of the gently rolling terrain.</p>