We are a Family Owned and Operated business for more than 30 years.
Kerrock Countertops was founded by Bill Lisac in 1972 with a vision to do business right. On his passing in 2017, his sons George and Marko continued the family business. They continue the tradition started by their father to use the best materials and build with quality the first time.
Family Values + Customer Relationships
Owners, George and Marko, began their careers working alongside their father as young boys. George and Marko grew up in a family rooted in a construction and manufacturing background, learning much about the trades. They began their careers at Kerrock in 1998 and 1999. Their careers working in the construction and countertop trade, have been invaluable in the importance it played in helping shape their perspective and their experience in the industry. In 2019, after 25 years in Union City, the two decided to move their business to Campbell.
George Lisac and Marko Lisac
George and Marko began their careers out of high school working in the countertop fabrication and installation industry. They are both true experts in the countertop industry, commercial, and residential projects. George and Marko are also licensed contractors and certified wielders in 2G, 3G & 4G, and now also building their business to include structural steel, excavation, and artistry, and decorative metal projects.
On their own time:
George loves to spend time with his family and cooking family meals with his wife Michelle, a well-recognized interior designer and his young son who is an all-star basketball player, during his off season he races quads and is lover of animals.
Marko is married to his sweetheart Jeanette, who is an up and coming Non-GMO, all natural and free range chicken farmer. She commits to raising chickens consciously and sustainably. Marko is also, somewhat, of a farmer with a passion working with tractors and excavators.
George and Marko have a strong sibling relationship. They both enjoy working their pear and apple orchard in the Santa Cruz Mountains. They love to barbeque and eat homemade prosciutto and bacon. “It makes us very happy to eat our cured meats, especially when complemented with home grown Jalapenos, tomatoes, wine and good friends.”