History

Gaston & Wyatt was founded in 1979 with the goal of creating millwork that honored the timeless beauty and craftsmanship of the country’s most iconic homes. The firm soon established a national reputation and achieved such success that we were selected to do significant work on important homes and buildings around the country, including historic gems like Charlottesville’s own UNESCO World Heritage site, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Such prestigious commissions continue to this day in our own region as well as in New York, Palm Beach, Boston, and San Francisco in partnership with many of the country’s leading architects and builders.

Gaston & Wyatt continued its remarkable growth as a forward-thinking company and by the late 1990s expanded into the sale of Marvin and other high-quality windows, doors, and hardware. These architectural product offerings uniquely position Gaston & Wyatt as a turnkey solution for any project.

Our award-winning firm continues to grow under a seasoned leadership team who direct operations from a 65,000 square foot facility. As we forge new customer relationships and nurture existing ones, we remain true to the distinct qualities that made Gaston & Wyatt what it is today.