“You Wish It - We GRANITE’’

Serving East Tennessee Since 1962

(865) 453-8545

“You Wish It - We GRANITE’’

Serving East Tennessee Since 1962

(865) 453-8545

 

“You Wish It - We GRANITE’’

Serving East Tennessee Since 1962

               (865) 453-8545

 

WELCOME TO
EMCO-WILLIAMS KITCHEN AND BATH

For that special touch to your home or building project, Emco-Williams cultured marble showers and granite countertops can help you achieve the kitchen or bath of your dreams.
For fifty four years now Emco-Williams has consistently delivered a level of excellence that is unsurpassed in the custom cultured marble bath and granite counter top fabrication and installation business in Knoxville and East Tennessee area. We are a family owned and operated business with two locations in Knoxville and Sevierville Tennessee. Using state of the art equipment and dedicated employees we manufacturer and install quality cultured marble bath products and natural granite, marble, and quartz countertops for any room in your home or business. We offer countless choices of colors, shapes and finishes to please the most discriminating taste.

Custom Cultured Marble and Cultured Granite

Eco - friendly and Recycled Marble Products

Natural Granite, Quartz, and Marble

Why Emco-Williams

The Cultured Marble Industry started in the late 1950’s when a few entrepreneurs created a one-piece molded wall product for use in the bathroom.

Our Work

The following pictures are some examples of projects we have produced for our clients. With our manufacturing facility, the possibilities are endless.

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Commercial Applications

Because the location of our factory is in a tourist area, commercial work has always been a part of our business.

SOME OF OUR WORK

The following pictures are some examples of projects we have produced for our clients. With our state of the art manufacturing facility, the possibilities are endless.

The Cultured Marble Industry started in the late 1950’s when entrepreneurs created a one-piece molded  product for use in the bathroom. They would use the product for shower enclosures as well as vanity tops, etc. .

The product needed to be impervious to water, easy to work with, and look expensive but affordable. In the 1960’s the industry begins to take shape and EMCO-WILLIAMS, INC. comes into the picture.