Manchester, NH – Metro Walls, a New England wall and ceiling contractor, announced the acquisition of Aceto Acoustics, Inc., a Maine-based acoustical company, effective Oct. 2. The addition of Aceto Acoustics, Inc. allows Metro Walls to continue to expand its portfolio and footprint in Maine, while offering its full line of services to new and existing customers throughout the region.
“For over 50 years, Aceto Acoustics has prioritized relationships and delivering the highest level of service possible, and we are confident these values will be upheld as we transition into this next phase of Aceto,” said Christina Aceto, president of Aceto Acoustics. “We are delighted to welcome Metro Walls into the Aceto family as they share the same client-first mentality, offer a wealth of market knowledge and experience, and understand the importance of continuing our commitment to quality that Aceto Acoustics, Inc. has provided to customers and vendors throughout the years.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Aceto Acoustics to the Metro Walls team, and we are excited to expand our roots in Maine,” said president of Metro Walls, Bryan Hussey. “This relationship between Metro Walls and Aceto Acoustics will create new opportunities to deliver the highest-quality, full-service offerings to our valued customers. Aceto has an extremely valuable and respectable reputation in the industry, and we are committed to carrying on the legacy that the Aceto family has built over the last 50 years as we enter this next chapter.”
The Aceto Acoustics team will continue to operate under the existing name and the operations of the company will now be managed by general manager Jim Medaglia, who is an ACT professional with over ten years of experience in the industry. Christina Aceto will be assisting with the transaction transition until the end of the year. Operations will be headquartered out of Metro Walls’ existing Portland, Maine office at 37 Evergreen Drive.
Aceto Acoustics, Inc., originally RJ Aceto Company, was established in 1972 by Ralph Aceto, Sr offering acoustical services to customers throughout Maine with a commitment to exceptional craftsmanship and integrity. With that customer first mindset, Ralph Aceto, Jr soon took over the family-owned and operated business and continued to build Aceto Acoustics into what it is today.
Over the past two years, Christina Aceto, daughter of Ralph Aceto, Jr., has been serving as president of Aceto Acoustics and continued the success of previous generations which they say has been in large part due to their commitment to forming long lasting relationships with clients through their dedicated employee base, unwavering commitment to client needs, and extraordinary attention to detail.