Starting operation in 1969 making houseboats, Aqua Glass expanded within a year to manufacturing fiberglass bathtubs for mobile homes.
In 1972, the company moved to its present location in Adamsville, Tennessee. Within two years Aqua Glass further expanded its business to include bath products for the residential market and production of acrylic plumbing fixtures.
Added to the Aqua Glass Corporation in 1980, Tombigbee Transport Corporation operates a fleet of more than 400 air-ride vans and boasts one of the shortest, most consistent delivery times in the industry.
In 1984, Aqua Glass became a subsidiary of Masco Corporation. Masco, manufacturers of building, home improvement and home furnishings products, has enjoyed an almost unprecedented growth record of more than thirty consecutive years.
Aqua Glass began distributing its products on the west coast in 1990, and by 1992 announced plans for a new 200,000 square foot manufacturing/distribution facility in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The center serves a 13 western state area.
Soon following, Aqua Glass opened a third plant in McEwen, Tennessee. The 100,000 square foot plant, located in the north-central part of the state, opened in mid-1994 to meet increasing demand and plan for future growth.
Today, Aqua Glass has nearly one million square feet of facilities in Adamsville, Tennessee and is one of the largest manufacturers of acrylic and gelcoat fiberglass products in the U.S.A.