An Alachua County native, Tommy Williams grew up on a farm in Archer before receiving his agricultural degree from the University of Georgia. Farming sparked his passion for land development and homebuilding. In 1978, he built his family home in Archer. There, he and his wife Anne raised their three children.
“I’ve always heard farmers were the first environmentalists,” Williams said. “We always take steps to take care of our natural surroundings.
Their son, Wesley, manages the family’s farm in Chiefland. Their oldest daughter, Emilee is a stay-at-home mom. Ginney, a Santa Fe College construction graduate, is following in her father’s footsteps as part of the Tommy Williams Homes team. She hopes to take her father’s green imprint on the community to a higher level with Zero Energy Homes – and beyond.
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“We love the energy efficiency, the layout and quality of materials in our Tommy Williams home. It is warm, inviting, beautiful, wonderful!”
“Thank you so much for a pleasant home buying experience. Your sales team did an amazing job hearing our concerns and praises throughout the process. Jen and I are very happy with our home and we look forward to living in Gainesville for many years to come. Thanks for a wonderful house.”
“Mr. Williams: I just wanted to let you know that everyone has done a wonderful job with the construction of our home – it turned out quite nice and we will enjoy it for some time to come.”
“The Tommy Williams sales team and construction crew went well beyond their duties to have our home delivered on time and exceeded our expectations of how smoothly the process could proceed.”