Capo Design Build is a licensed home renovation firm and full service construction company that is located in Nesconset, New York on Long Island. We are a one stop shop for Residential, Commercial, Interior, Exterior, and Landscaping renovations of all kinds. We offer a wide variety of services and complete projects on all of Long Island (Nassau & Suffolk Counties) and beyond if requested. We provide Services at all stages of the design, planning, and construction processes. This includes, Architectural Drawing / Drafting, General Contracting, and Full Service Building / Construction. Capo Design Build also specializes in a number of smaller remodeling projects for those that are only looking for a partial home renovation. We provide Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Additions, Decks & Porches, Roofing, Siding, Windows, and many other residential renovations. Our firm works with the best and most well regarded artisans, manufacturers and vendors in the area and have an incredible working relationship with all of our partnering companies. We have carved out a footprint in the Long Island landscape and have a long list of satisfied clients that are willing to testify to our level of excellence, in both building and design. A distinction that we strive to achieve, in every one of our projects. 

 

Owner Brian Capo has over 25 years of experience as a building and design professional. A talented and versatile individual, Brian is not only a skilled contractor and project manager, but is also a a gifted architectural plan drawer, as a graduate of NYIT's Architecture program. This gives him a unique advantage when drafting projects as he has a superior understanding of the building process, and is better able to maximize the design potential for a project, without exceeding a client's budget. This allows for increased fluidity as the project travels through the design, planning, and building processes on its way to completion.  

LOOKING TO RENOVATE YOUR HOME, OR JUST NEED SOME HELPFUL ADVICE ABOUT A CURRENT OR FUTURE BUILDING PROJECT?