Their dedication to doing good work paid off during their first decade as steady growth enabled them to transition from strictly installation labor to full-service commercial window sales and installation. By the early 1990s, when general contractors were looking for subs that do curtain wall and storefront work, R&R bought a Connecticut company that did the work. They took on its employees and learned the business, successfully expanding their service offerings to satisfy market demand. During the 2000s R&R expanded again by adding architectural panels to their product line.
As they celebrate their 40th anniversary, R&R is a full-service façade contractor serving New England and parts of upstate New York. They employ about 100 people, about half of whom work in the office, and half in the shop and field, and they are based out of an impressive 30,000 square-foot facility in Easthampton.