As the first capital of Tennessee (1796 to 1812), Knoxville is proud of its heritage and committed to preserving it. 225 years old, Knoxville is a haven for history buffs and music and art lovers. Museums include the East Tennessee History Center, McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture and the Knoxville Museum of Art. The Sunsphere Tower, built for the World’s Fair in 1982, is a well-known symbol of Knoxville. At 341 feet high, its observation deck offers a 360 degree view of Knoxville and surrounding areas. Its fifth floor restaurant, Primo Restaurant Italiano, mixes Old World Italian cuisine with a modern flair.
Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains, nearby Maryville is one of the Top 10 Cities to Have it All, according to A&E Television, and Your Money magazine called Maryville “one of tomorrow’s hottest retirement destinations.” For both young families and retiring Baby Boomers, this area is an affordable place to live with all the amenities your heart could desire. And with only 18 miles between the cities, Maryville and Knoxville share proximity to tourist attractions like the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, Dollywood, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and the cultural allure of Knoxville’s 15 theaters and professional stage companies such as The Bijou Theater, the largest theater in Knoxville.
Market Square is one of Knoxville’s most popular places to shop, work, play and live. Since 1860, it has been home to outdoor concerts and movies, Shakespeare on the Square and fabulous restaurants offering everything from Southern-style cuisine to steak and sushi. For getting back to nature, Ijams Nature Center offers 300 acres of hiking, biking and exploring on the Boardwalk trail, and Zoo Knoxville has everything from anteaters to zebras and a petting zoo to enchant your entire family.
With Knoxville’s pleasantly mild temperatures for most of the year, residents have many opportunities to take advantage of their outdoor living spaces. Concrete Craft serving Knoxville can provide your home or business with custom resurfaced concrete overlays at half the cost of other materials. Proud franchise owners, Chuck and Vanessa Yates, can transform your patios and pool decks with beautiful stamped, stained and resurfaced decorative concrete designs so that you can enjoy and maintain your spaces more comfortably.
Concrete Craft can also add beauty, value and curb appeal to your home. Improving the look and sustainability of your driveways, walkways, and front porches has never been easier – or less messy – using our concrete overlay system. For homeowners who desire a handcrafted “artisan” look, Chuck and Vanessa can use our proprietary hand-cut and custom-colored approach to fabricating the concrete to resemble natural stone, including flagstone and cobblestone.
Concrete Craft serving Knoxville also provides expert precision and custom designs that can upgrade your interior floors, including kitchen floors, laundry room floors and basements! Be sure to ask about our stamped concrete designs that resemble real hardwood floors! Our vertical concrete resurfacing applications can completely change the exterior façade of your home, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, shower and accent walls by installing faux stone siding over the existing surface – all without the need of costly demolition.
Concrete Craft of Knoxville serves the surrounding towns of Clinton, Friendsville, Greenback, Heiskell, Lenoir, Lone Mountain, Loudon, Louisville, Oak Ridge, Philadelphia, Powell and Maryville.
Make your home a showplace with custom decorative concrete! Chuck and Vanessa are ready to beautify your outdoor concrete surfaces as well as the interior floors and vertical surfaces of your home or business.